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YouTube Tests New Recommendation Systems To Get Visitors To Watch More Clips

Google (NSDQ: GOOG) continues to strike deals to up the amount of professional and long-form content on YouTube, but it’s simultaneously pursuing a more straightforward strategy in order to get more money from the site: It’s trying to get YouTube visitors to watch more of the content that’s already there. It doesn’t seem exactly like a big problem, considering that YouTube visitors watched an average of 67.8 videos last month, far more than any other big video property, according to comScore. But in a WSJ article, YouTube director of product management for advertising Shishir Mehrotra says,

2 Responses to “YouTube Tests New Recommendation Systems To Get Visitors To Watch More Clips”

  1. RE: YouTube Tests New Recommendation Systems .

    Stop sticking your crap into my face, I know what I want to watch! I’ll NEVER click on your ‘recommendation’ crap. You’re NOT growing revenue from me Mehrotra .
    Enough crap is enough. I don’t even sign in anymore.