Social Blade is a free Chrome extension to view YouTube video and channel stats. It will display a ton of useful parameters that can be quite useful for YouTube content curators for analyzing Youtube videos and channel performance. For YouTube videos, you can see its rank based on number of subscriber and number of views. It also shows the estimated earning from a YouTube video per month, increase percentage of subscribers and views in last 30 days, daily view average, and total number of views on video today.
How to use this Chrome extension to view YouTube videos and channel stats:
Social Blade is quite a handy Chrome extension for YouTube content curators to view YouTube video stats. From it, you can view the rank of a video based on number of subscribers and video views, number and percentage of views on the video in last 30 days, daily view average of that video, total number of views on a day, etc. As you can see, these are some important stats that can be used to analyze the performance of a YouTube video or channel. As I mentioned , you can also view YouTube channel stats through it but it doesn’t display the YouTube channel stats right within YouTube interface. For that, it takes you to its website from where you can get a detailed report of a YouTube channel (any) like number of channel subscribers day by day, percentage of increase in total number of views and subscriber, etc. It also draws detailed graph of YouTube channel stats like daily subscribers, total views, and lots of other stats. So, if you are looking for a platform from where you can get all the stats of your YouTube videos or channel then I will recommend you to check out SocialBlade and its Chrome extension to view YouTube video stats right within YouTube.
Let’s see the steps to set up this Chrome extension to view YouTube videos and channels stats:
Step 1: Download this free YouTube Channel stats viewer Chrome extension from the link provided at the end of this article. After that, open YouTube and play a video. It will then automatically display its interface right next to the YouTube video player and will prompt you to login with your SocialBlade account. After you have successfully logged on to your SocialBlade account, it will then show stats of that YouTube video, as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 2: As I mentioned, you can also use it to view YouTube videos channel stats like total number of views on that YouTube channel, total number of views day wise, total number of subscribers, and estimated earnings. To view YouTube channel stats, click on the “VIEW MORE ON SOCIALBLADE” button below the YouTube video stats. It will then take you to SocialBlade and from there you can extract stats of that YouTube channel.
That’s all, now you can view YouTube video stats right from within YouTube interface.
Social Blade is a free Chrome extension to view YouTube videos and channel stats. You can use it to view Youtube video stats right within YouTube interface but for viewing detailed Channel stats it will take you to its website. Check it out from the link below.