YouTube rolls out 'Show Unique Users' - Analytics platform feature

YouTube rolled out a new analytics feature that allows content owners to see how many unique visitors are watching their videos. Until now, it was not possible to tell if the hits were coming from a wide audience or just a few devout fans who repeatedly watched the same clips. To access the feature, visit the YouTube Insights page for […]

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YouTube rolled out a new analytics feature that allows content owners to see how many unique visitors are watching their videos. Until now, it was not possible to tell if the hits were coming from a wide audience or just a few devout fans who repeatedly watched the same clips. To access the feature, visit the YouTube Insights page for the video in question and click ‘Show Unique Users’ under the ‘Views’ tab. A yellow line depicting unique views will appear alongside the standard green line showing absolute views, allowing you to easily gauge how many repeat hits you have.

Source:→ TechCrunch

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