The other day I attended a 2 hour online webinar of Sunny Lenarduzzi whose a Youtuber who grew her channel from nearly 0 to 45k subscribers in a year. She revealed a lot of her secrets, like putting keywords in your Thumbnail file and Video File, but one that stood out was how she could get a lot of people to search for her videos on Google, which raised her SEO, as Youtube is owned by Google. She did this in social medias like Instagram where there really isn't a link to send your viewers to your video except on your bio. So there she would upload just a 15 second teaser of her video which then fades out, and then she tells people to search "Sunny Lenarduzzi VIDEO NAME" on google. She would do something similar on Snapchat. 1-2 snaps promoting her video and then tell the viewers to get ready to screen shot the next snap, which would then be an image that showed instructions to search for her video on Google. On Facebook, she would upload the same 15 second teaser video and then just link to her video directly. But I wonder is if instead I directed people to a link to Google as if they searched for my video. What I mean by this is, first go google your video, and then use that url. It would require an extra click for each person, but it might be worth it.