Boosting views with playlists
ne of the struggles that creators deal with quite often, is organization. When you upload a video to YouTube, it just gets thrown in a pile with all your other videos. Viewers can sort by upload date or popularity, but your videos aren’t organized in any other way—unless you do it yourself. Playlists make your content easier for viewers to navigate, especially if you release videos on different topics, or videos in series.
Playlists are also good for SEO! When viewers search on YouTube, the results include not only individual videos but playlists too—so playlists boost your chances of ranking higher in YouTube’s search results.
Creating a playlist
Title each playlist to describe the videos that it contains. Then decide whether you want the playlist to be public, unlisted, or private. An unlisted playlist is accessible only if a viewer has the exact URL or if the playlist is embedded on a webpage. A private playlist is accessible only to you, the account owner.
Adding videos to a playlist
Displaying your playlists
First, go to your channel page: http://www.youtube.com/[username], where [username] is your channel name.
At the bottom of your channel page, add a new section.
This will let you choose which content you want added, and how it should be displayed.
Once you’ve added a few Playlists, they should appear on your YouTube channel, right below the upper section.
YouTube Gaming advantage
With this in mind, gamers should be sending viewers to their gaming.youtube.com page, rather than the standard channel.