Today, it was time to create a new video for my YouTube-Channel, so this post will be leading you through the steps, I went through, to find a good keyword to target on.
I decided to do a video about slither.io and looked through my hard drives.
I noticed, that I still had a lot of slither.io recordings on my computer, where just some funny things happened, so that was pretty much it. I knew, that I wanted to do a video about funny things in slither.io, so I went over to YouTube and opened the TubeBuddy Tag Explorer, that we have talked about in our YouTube-Guide. Then I just inserted some keywords, I started with "funny things in slither.io":
It almost doesn't have any competition, but it also has a low search volume, so I decided, that my video could combine "funny things in slither.io" and something else. I knew, that many people made "funny moments" videos about other games, so I looked for the keyword "slither.io funny moments":
And... Wow! It has a very high search volume, but only low competition - that is an awesome keyword, right now. Of course, TubeBuddy can't really display the competition, so it is some higher, but it is still quite a good keyword!
So my video will now be a mix of "funny things slither.io" and "slither.io funny moments", so I can get some clicks from "funny things slither.io", which will make the video rank for "slither.io funny moments". If you also want to do some more research on your keywords, we have an article in our YouTube-Guide about it.