5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About YouTube Videos

Mar 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Internet TV, Video

You probably know that YouTube is, by far, the top video destination on the Web.

Here are some things about YouTube, though, that you probably don’t know:

5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About YouTube Videos

  1. People now watch a lot of YouTube videos. The average US Internet user watches over three hours of YouTube videos per month.
  2. Music is the most popular category of YouTube videos – with 31% of all analyzed videos, followed by Entertainment (15%) and People & Blogs (11%).
  3. Most people don’t pay attention to YouTube video ratings. There is no clear correlation between the rating of the video on YouTube and how often it is viewed. Videos with a rating more than 4 out of 5 usually have fewer views than those with medium rating score between 2 to 3.
  4. The average length of a YouTube video is 4 minutes and 12 seconds.
  5. 20-to-35 year old bloggers are most active in embedding and linking to videos within their posts with 57% of total videos coming from this demographic group.

These stats come via Sysomos, which recently analyzed 2.5 million YouTube videos, along with the sites that embedded or linked to the videos.

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One Response to “5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About YouTube Videos”

  1. lyra brook says:

    i want to know why there is a gap time in every video i.e why we cannot view it continously

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