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As of 2018, there are more than 23 million YouTube channels out there. This number is based on data provided by Social Blade. However, people all around the world are signing up for YouTube accounts, developing a YouTube channel, and uploading their videos every second of every day.
You have probably heard that the YouTube search engine is the 2nd largest search engine in the world. Besides, YouTube is owned by Google; therefore, it makes sense. So no one really questions whether that is actually true or not... right? But...do you really think the YouTube search engine is the 2nd largest search engine in the world? Are you sure?
When it comes to understanding views on YouTube, it’s important to get what a view really means. YouTube counts a view depending on whether the viewer initiated the watching of a video or not. In the past the view count would increase whenever the video was loaded. Furthermore, it depends on how long the viewer was watching the video and whether the video is real or not (tipping point is 301 views when verifying the video). YouTube has had to be deliberate about how they count views. So all of these factors how YouTube counts a view may sound simple on the surface, but in reality, figuring out just what counts as a view on YouTube can be tough. Well, let’s have a look!