The Washington post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/05/AR20100706070700.html) reported on Tuesday that youtube is now ranking high in Google’s search engine results.
Youtube is ranked as the third most popular search term on the internet for “content,” the Post noted.
That’s in contrast to the other search terms in the top three, which are YouTube, Google News and Reddit.
“YouTube is the number one destination for people to see videos of interesting, compelling content, and it’s also the number two most visited video site,” the report said.
“With all that content, there’s a lot of interest and excitement around the YouTube brand and we’re happy to see that the number of views and traffic that we get from users, as well as engagement from other channels, is helping us to continue growing our revenue.”
Google’s search results, meanwhile, have been shifting more to video since it announced in October that it would be changing the way videos were displayed.
The company said it would begin displaying video videos on the search results page and in the results of other search results.
The video-streaming giant has already added video content to the top results, but many users aren’t aware of that.
The change is likely a way for YouTube to show users video content from its own ad network and to improve user engagement with its content.
According to the report, YouTube now ranks as the seventh most popular video site in the world, with a global audience of 8.3 billion people.
That makes it the most visited and most popular website on the web, according to Alexa.
Google News, meanwhile is still ranked number two, but that’s not what you’d expect to see in a website ranking for “top results” in the “top five” categories.
YouTube is now ranked in the fourth position.
The new rankings come as the Washington Post continues to rank YouTube as the most-viewed website on its website, ahead of Facebook, which ranks third.
Facebook has been adding video content in the past few weeks.
Facebook has added video from the company’s ad network to its search results and in other search queries.