YouTube Translating Guide
Nowdays you have all sorts of different translator tools such as ili (Crazy Example) and Google translate that make talking to other people much easier. YouTube has introduced a translating system which lets you change descriptions and titles of your videos into foreign languages. At times like these its good to be billingual or trillingual and translate the video into both your first and second language – this doesn’t only help your existing subscriber base but it also helps out your videos to be found out more in search results when people are searching in foreign languages.
- The Translating doesn’t stop at videos themselves you are also able to change “Channel description aka About Tab” into different languages, which is also very useful when it comes to search results. YouTube did a good job hiding this feature pretty well and it took me while to found such feature existed.
- I heavily suggest getting Tubebuddy as well because it offers a feature that lets you translate tags in other languages and top of this there is other feature that shows you how much of your subscriber base speaks english and other languages (Helps a lot choosing which languages you should translate to) However some of the features might be behind the Pro Version that isn’t free unless you are a Kensho Partner.
Translating your videos and channel info to other languages will have good impact on search results and overall will boosts channel views, especially if you are making tutorials, guides or how to videos. Make sure to check out other videos at Kensho Channel and our website if you are interested learning more about becoming succesful in YouTube.