Why are my YouTube analytics wrong?
Why There’s a Difference In YouTube Subscriber Counts Here’s what they said: “The number of subscribers that you see in YouTube analytics is delayed by approximately 48 hours. Before we post the stats in analytics, we want to make sure they’re 100% accurate, so we perform additional verification and spam reviews.
Does YouTube Analytics count your own views?
Why does YouTube count my own views? YouTube’s algorithm sees you just as it sees any other user, so your view will be counted.
Why does my YouTube video show less views?
YouTube videos can lose views from YouTube Audits. For videos that begin garnering views, YouTube conducts audits to weed out dubious accounts. Auditing is a continuous process, and YouTubers should expect fluctuation of views over time.
Why are my YouTube views different from Google Analytics?
Just like Google Analytics, sampling gives you relatively accurate data, but specific numbers tend to take a hit. It’s entirely possible that the discrepancy in view counts comes from data sampling before that data is eventually verified. This third possibility is mostly relevant to new videos or videos that have an ongoing, evergreen audience.
Why do YouTube videos have different view counts?
YouTube has to vet the view to make sure it’s legit before they add it. This is a result of ad adjustment in the system from how it used to work. In the past, any video under 300 views just counted views whenever someone watched it. Since a huge majority of videos on YouTube never get over 300 views, it didn’t matter.
Why are there so many fake views on YouTube?
Since a huge majority of videos on YouTube never get over 300 views, it didn’t matter. Those videos were rarely monetized and even when they were, they only earned a few cents at a time. It was no loss for YouTube to just let fake views fester.
Where do I find analytics on my YouTube channel?
Sign in to YouTube Studio. From the left menu, select Content. Point to your video and select Analytics. You can also view your latest video performance from the channel dashboard.