If you’re a YouTube user who uploads your own videos, I’m pretty sure you’ve used Insight to find out more about your audience – after all, who doesn’t want to know more about the people that check out their videos? Well, if you’re obsessed with stats, we’ve got some good news for you. YouTube has decided to replace Insight with Analytics. You get the same data you’re used to seeing and much more. In addition, the data is presented in a way that is designed to be more useful and interactive.
If you’re keen on making more money, engaging with more audiences, building a bigger audience and making better videos – Analytics can give you the information you need. For those of you who never used Insight in the first place, I guess it doesn’t matter then. But if you’re in the slightest bit interested in finding out more about your video’s stats, head over to the YouTube Analytics page to find out more.
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