3. High Quality Videos
The most useful YouTube ranking signal is user engagement. No matter how much you try to optimize your video for search engines, if it is a poor quality video, then it will not rank. YouTube judges your video usually based on how YouTube users interact with it.
And how does YouTube know this?
There is a range of metrics that YouTube uses to determine if your video is of high quality or of low quality. For example, it considers video retention, comments, people who subscribe after watching, how many people share your videos across social media sites, how many people favourite your video, and how people use the thumbs up and thumbs down feature.
You can agree that these things will reveal a lot about the quality of your video. Therefore, produce high quality videos that will attract users to your videos, and your users will thank you in kind.