YouTube recently made some improvements to make "video suggestions" (that appear to the right of the viewing console and within the viewing console after the video is completed) more personal, based on the viewer's viewing habits, announced Bing Chen of YouTube.
"This will help target your content to the audiences that you're trying to reach without having to reach through miscellaneous content," said Chen.
"To find out what sorts of suggested/related videos are driving to your video so that you may improve your tags and content, visit YouTube Insights, then click on Discovery. You will see a section called "YouTube Related Video." Clicking this link will show you the traffic driven to your video from Related Videos," explains Chen.
In other YouTube releated news, as the Halloween weekend is here! -- YouTube community has shared some last-minute Halloween costume tips and tricks.
Nicki Minaj is the fourth fastest rising costume search this year and a subject of several YouTube video tutorials. Check out this playlist of videos that show how to channel your inner pop star, including Nicki, Katy Perry/Russell Brand (at the same time!), Ke$ha, Lady Gaga and her alter-ego Jo Calderone.
For, DIY Halloween ideas include: a 30-second ninja made from just a t-shirt, a "cute" nerd, a fierce 5-minute street fighter, a spooky 'head on a platter,' and a few ideas you can pick up at your local thrift shop.
Checkout these makeup tutorials for an easy Angry Bird look, an Oscar-worthy Black Swan, male and female vampires, and a scary rotting zombie.
Finally, if your goal is to stand out from the crowds of Kate Middletons and Jersey Shore cast members, then try dressing as a YouTube star from this year. Some ideas include: the adorable 8-year old Nicki Minaj singer and her cousin, Rebecca Black, the stars of 'Webcam for Seniors,' the Ojai Valley Taxidermist, or the Old Spice Guy and the New Old Spice Guy.
YouTubers have also shared lots of ideas for pumpkin decorating, and delicious recipes this year: