Have you ever just wanted to watch the best videos on YouTube but get frustrated having to scroll through tons of videos you aren’t interested in? It’s not uncommon due to the fact that YouTube is taking in approximately 35 hours of video per minute. A big reason for this influx of video is due to cellphones and the ease of uploading straight onto YouTube. This makes for a massive pile of videos for you to rummage through to find those really good ones.
YouTube has the answer and it’s YouTube Trends!
What you can find on YouTube Trends:
New algorithmically-generated feeds that highlight trending videos and topics.
A twice-daily collection of videos called “4 at 4” drawn from those feeds and from top video curation sites around the web.
A blog with more in-depth and contextual explorations of videos, trends, and cultural phenomenon as seen through the lens of YouTube, using YouTube’s own internal data.
And a brand new dashboard that allows you to quickly explore what’s popular in different cities in the United States and in countries around the world, as well as within specific demographic sets.
This should make it easier for you to get through the afternoon enjoying quality videos instead of searching and waiting.