Trending helps viewers see what’s happening on YouTube and in the world. Some trends are predictable, like a new song from a popular artist or a new movie trailer. Others are surprising, like a viral video. Trending aims to surface videos that a wide range of viewers will appreciate.
Trending is not personalized. Trending displays the same list of trending videos in each country to all users, except for India. In India, Trending displays the same list of trending videos for each of the 9 most common languages.
The list of trending videos is updated roughly every 15 minutes.
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It’s easier to attract your next customer if they know who you are. Introduce your business with video advertising on YouTube.
Where the world chooses to watch
Unlike other sites, YouTube is all about video. So you know people are really watching. And you get to choose just who sees your video ad.
When people are searching or watching
Reach people when they’re on the YouTube homepage or searching for specific topics. Or show your video ad before a video your customers are watching – like a TV commercial.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TYPES OF YOUTUBE ADS
- On a computer, sign in to YouTube.
- Go to a video whose channel you want to subscribe to.
- Under the video player, click Subscribe .
Once you subscribe to a channel, you’ll see a list of recommended channels on your screen. These are based on related channels that you are not already subscribed to. You can always view a channel’s content before subscribing.
To unsubscribe from a channel, follow the same instructions for subscribing to a channel. Instead of tapping Subscribe, tap Subscribed. A notification confirming that you have unsubscribed from the channel will appear at the bottom of your screen.
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