A VidIQ tutorial walking you through step by step how to use this YouTube tool to get more views and optimise your videos to rank.
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2:32 Keyword research to validate demand
5:03 VidIQ search results information
7:33 VIDIQ score
10:30 VIDIQ keyword search
12:47 What are keywords?
14:08 Uploading your YouTube video with VidIQ
15:07 VidIQ checklist (best practices)
15:59 VidIQ tags
18:10 Suggested tags with VidIQ
19:10 Organise tags
21:19 Post upload VidIQ optimisation
21: 51 Keywords everywhere
24:18 YouTube search keywords you can use
25:15 VidIQ tags ranking
26:57 Q and A
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VIDIQ Tutorial – Video Transcript
Hello, and welcome to the live stream, whether you are joining live with me now thanks for being here or if you’re catching us on the replay. In this video today, I’m going to be walking you through VidIQ.
VidIQ, the Chrome extension, the YouTube keyword research tool, the amazing tool that is VidIQ, because I get a lot of questions on, okay, I’ve got VidIQ, but I don’t really know how to use it. I’m going to walk you through my workflow.
How I use it to find keywords, to validate data, optimise my videos all on YouTube. We’re going to walk you through the workflow so you can see what I do and apply what works for you and, you know, share some little YouTube SEO tips and tricks and things that I’ve learned over the years.
I’m really excited to bring this to you today. For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Sara Nguyen, and I help you build your business using video on social media with ease. Now, whether you are live with us now or if you’re catching us on the replay, please leave a question in the chat or in the comments below, and I’ll get to them at the end of the live stream or after the live stream.
And yeah, let’s get right into it. Super excited, everything that I mentioned, as usual, all the timestamps will be in the description. Ask away. Really excited. First of all, happy Easter. This is happening over the Easter long weekend. Happy Easter if you celebrate it.
If you don’t, you know, hope that you have, you’re having a nice day regardless. Super excited to be here. Now let’s get into VidIQ. I think there’s like this big misconception with YouTube that, you know, you release videos on YouTube and they magically succeed, and some people are luckier than others.
And I think that this is a little bit misconstrued because if you want VidIQ to work for you, if you want YouTube to work for you, it’s better that you use tools like VidIQ in order to give your video the best chance of succeeding.
I’m going to break this down into three sections and how I work through using VidIQ in order to upload and optimise and research my videos. Now this is my process. This isn’t the only way to do it. There are many ways to skin a cat, which is a little bit violent analogy if you ask me, but there are many ways to do it.
So just, you know, use what works for you. And it’s gonna be great. It’s going to be great. The first thing that I do before I even turn on the camera to record a video is if you’ve been on the channel before you know that I’m a big fan of doing keyword research before you actually go live before you actually upload, or before you actually even record a video.
And the purpose of this is to validate that the video that you are going to release, or the video that you are going to produce on a live stream, there’s actually demand for the video across YouTube, because it helps you use the data that already exists to see if there’s actually search volume.
And so this is important because it takes you, it stops you from guessing and it allows you to make smarter decisions using the data that we have. Let’s go over to my computer now, and I’m going to walk you through the process that I take to actually do this.
This is actually a VidIQ. There’s a couple ways of doing this. Within YouTube itself, the first thing that you would do, so let’s just say, I want to do a video on VidIQ versus Tubebuddy, and that’s actually coming in the next week or so, so make sure that you checked out that one that’s coming later as well.
I want to do a review video on VidIQ versus tubebuddy, because I’ve been thinking about it for a while. And I think it’s going to be a good video, but thinking and feeling things are not enough for YouTube.
You need to validate that people are actually searching for this video and that it’s a good keyword for you to go after. A good keyword, how? A good keyword in the sense that it’s not too competitive.
And we’ll get back to that in a minute. And that there’s actually people searching for it. It’s not too competitive in terms of how many videos are competing for it and the ability for your channel to actually be shown in the search as well.
And I want to talk a little bit about that because people get very hung up on this because in my experience, every keyword is saturated. Every keyword has so much competition. Everyone’s constantly releasing videos on every single keyword possibly on YouTube.
Everything needs to be used with a grain of salt, right? But this is where VidIQ makes it really good for you to validate. The first thing I’ve done is I’ve gone to YouTube search and I’ve just looked up VidIQ versus tubebuddy.
And I’ve got my VidIQ Chrome extension. And as you can see on the right-hand side here, I’ve got a lot of information. Let’s just go, let’s just break it down one by one. First of all, within the YouTube search results, VidIQ shows me for all of the videos within YouTube that are coming up for this keyword, VidIQ versus tubebuddy, I can see the keywords that they’re actually using.
And I wouldn’t go ahead and straight out copy the keywords that my competitors or other people are using because everyone does keyword research differently. Pardon me, I’ll just grab some water.
Everyone does keyword research differently, but what you can see here is like, this person J Choi is using these keywords specific to her video. I can see that Social Nope is using these ones. I can see that Channel Makers don’t even have any, and I can see that all these people are using all of these different keywords, right?
That gives you a bit of an indication of what are people using for their tags within YouTube for one. That’s the information that you can get there. That just gives you a bit of an idea. Now, the second thing that you get to see here is they’ve got this block here and you can see some information.
It tells you for this search term, you, What’s the video with the highest number of views. Apparently there’s a video with 178,000 views. The average views per video is about 18,000 views per video for this search term. They’ve got a lot of subscribers for the channels.
I would always take this with a grain of salt because as you can see, there’s, you know, channels here that are around the 14,000 mark, the 20,000 mark, but there’s also channels that are, you know, 400,000 and bigger, bigger channels.
Take that with a grain of salt in terms of the number of average subscribers per channel that they give you here.
Then it tells you how many videos have been released for this keyword in the last seven days. And apparently, none. I can see here that’s five months, three weeks, four weeks. It’s not incredibly competitive.
When we get to keywords such as, you know, the latest iPhone or the latest, whatever flagship the mobile device there is, you will see that this becomes very, very competitive, right? You will see that there’ll be like a hundred videos released within the last seven days or even more.
This tells you, you know, are there lots of people constantly releasing? And not so that makes it kind of a good keyword. And then it just gives you a bit more information on the top creator. And you know, the number of times the keyword kind of appears.
Now the next block that you see here with information that you can use is they give you, as in VidIQ gives you, a score on how good is this keyword for you to go after. And it’s relative to YouTube, right?
They tell us that there is a decent amount of volume so it gets 66 out of a hundred for search volume in terms of people actually searching for it within YouTube. And in terms of the competition it’s low. In VidIQ score, it’s an 80 out of a hundred, which is pretty good.
If VidIQ recommend that you go for keywords that are at least 50 out of a hundred to give you the best chance of ranking for it and succeeding with that keyword on YouTube. That gives you a bit of an insight into, you know, how competitive is it?
Is it a good one to go after? And then they give you top creators for the search term. It’s really varied. We’ve got massive channels that are like 700 and 900,000 subscribers, as well as little channels such as, you know, this one that’s 9,000 subscribers.
It’s very varied, right? It becomes harder to compete with keyword where the top channels are all like 10 million subscribers, but I wouldn’t make that to tell you too much. I would look at this little score here to see how competitive it is, volume and competition.
That’s what you kind of want to look at in a perfect world. And this is a really good keyword, but I know it’s not always the case for keywords that you may want to go after, but in a perfect world, you want something with good volume in the greens and competition in the greens as well.
You don’t always get that, I’m aware, but this helps you get that score. Then they’ve got other things within VidIQ. We’re still at the point where we’re validating, is this a good keyword to go after?
They’ve got alternative keywords that you can look to pursue and, you know, we’ll go into more of them in a minute.
And there’s just some other information on the trending videos for this term. You can see live here, what’s actually being released.
What’s doing really well to help inform you on what the best, you know, if this is the best keyword for you to go after if you want to go after it. The first thing that I would do is to look at all of the volumes, you know, is there a lot of traffic?
Is there a lot of competition? And then the second thing that I would do, so after I’ve kind of searched for the keyword, looked at all of the information that VidIQ has given me here within search, when you go within VidIQ itself, so we’re going to go here, they’ve actually got a, let’s just shuffle you over a little bit, keyword research tool.
And this gives you very much like the Google keyword planner, search volume and competition. Before we were just looking at it like one by one with like this search within YouTube, but now I can go within VidIQ itself and I can search for VidIQ versus tubebuddy.
And then it can tell me here, okay, this is the search volume within YouTube. That is the search volume per month. That’s a lot of search volume. And people always ask me, what’s the search volume that you should go after? And I really think that it depends, right?
The search volume I think you should go for is at least a thousand searches per month. That was what I typically recommend people to go for. And it’s relatively, the competition is relatively low.
That being that said that they give you for the keyword that you’re looking for, and then they give you the other beautiful thing here is related keywords. And this becomes really handy for two reasons.
First of all, you can either, you know, you can either look to create other videos from the suggested keywords that they’ve got here, or you can replace the keyword that you want to go after, because you may find a keyword that has more traffic.
For example, VidIQ versus Tubebuddy has 145,000 searches per month. Whereas Tubebuddy versus VidIQ has 119,000. Basically the, you know, the video would be the same, but how you title it putting Tubebuddy first or VidIQ first apparently gets more traffic if you put VidIQ first.
This helps to inform the title of the actual video that you’ll put, right? This gives you that data to say, okay, if I’m going to do this video, I’ve now got data telling me that there’s more traffic going towards VidIQ versus Tubebuddy.
That makes it really good in terms of the data that you get there. This also becomes very useful later when we go to upload the video as well because these also become tags that you can add to your video.
Keep that in mind that we’re not going to get rid of this yet, but this is all tools, this is all things that we’re going to use later as well. We’ve got a lot of data to tell us that all of this is a really good keyword and these are alternatives to use as well. That’s the first step that you would do in terms of looking at keywords.
Now, I’m just going to jump to the questions because I’ve seen a question from Ray from Activate LA. In terms of keywords, this is a good one to clarify. Keywords are the words that users are searching for within YouTube, within Google, so what are people typing in order to get to a video.
Whether it’s a Canva tutorial or whether it’s a VidIQ tutorial or whether it’s, you know, in terms of the latest news, so Los Angeles news, so what words are they actually searching for? VidIQ gives you the information in terms of the traffic in relation to what people are searching for so that you can create the videos based around that keyword, right?
And we want to do this because it increases the chances of your videos showing up for search for that keyword so when people are searching for it, your video shows up. That’s what we want, because if it shows up, then it increases the chances that they will click on it and that they will watch it.
This is a really important part of YouTube. Normally people upload a video and then look for the keywords, but I always recommend validate first with keywords before you actually go in and start creating the actual video. That’s the first part.
Now, now that we’ve gone into keyword research first, the second thing that we are going to go into is uploading your YouTube video. Now that we know, okay, this is a great video for the keyword VidIQ versus Tubebuddy, and I’ve created the video.
What do we do in terms of uploading the video to make sure that we’ve got this keyword optimised as much as possible within the video itself? Let’s go back over to my computer now. Okay.
Now that we’re back over to the video, what you can see here with VidIQ again is they’ve got more information here for you to use, right? They have things such as the best time to publish on your channel.
This is also information or data that’s available within YouTube studio, but they’ve got it here for you so you can kind of see, all right, if I’m going to release this video VidIQ based on their algorithm recommends that I release it between this certain this time.
And if I scroll here, continue to scroll these are the other things that become really useful, right? They give you a score and they give you a checklist. We’re going to go through the checklist first.
They tell you pretty much, these are the best practice things that you should do with your video. And you get a tick or a cross, whether you’ve done it or not. Right? They recommend that you add at least one YouTube card, at least one in-screen, they recommend that you add captions, they recommend that you add it to a playlist, make a public, monetise it, share it on Facebook, reply to a comment.
If you do all of these stuff, you’ll get the checklist items, all green. And that this is the minimum that you want to do in terms of optimising the actual video. Now, the second thing that you want to do, we go back to the VidIQ SEO score here. This is all related to your keyword, right?
If we have a look here, tags, let’s talk about tags. Tags is an interesting one. It’s quite controversial when it comes to tags, because people don’t understand the importance of tags. Back in the day, like, in the early 2000s, I feel so old saying that, in the early 2000s tags were probably heavily weighted in terms of helping your content, whether it’s videos, blog, posts, whatever it was show up in search, but because people were gaining the system and adding, you know, tags, even though their content wasn’t related to that, Google/YouTube deprioritised the importance of tags.
Now they’re less important in terms of ranking your content, but they’re still important because they still tell the YouTube algorithm, what your video is about. And they still give your video a chance of showing up for the keywords that you put within your tags.
It’s important that you add tags that are related to your video, and that are kind of connected to things that people would search for if they were to look for your video, and they don’t know you. You want to add tag that are as relevant as possible.
In this tag section here, I see a lot of mess from people. I see the most random things in. For example, just because you mentioned buzz light year and wonder woman as a joke in your video, it doesn’t mean that you need to put it in as a tag. In terms of being relevant, it needs to be relevant in terms of, okay, this is a VidIQ versus Tubebuddy video.
What are other keywords that people are searching for that this video could surface for? Now, remember we did the keyword research within VidIQ here, and all of these alternatives came up. What I would do is I would plug these keywords, the ones with traffic that are relevant that have come up here because I’ve got the data for them, I would plug these keywords into your actual video tag section here for one.
That’s how you can use it. The second thing that you can do is as you start typing, VidIQ, you can see here that VidIQ has suggested tags, right? These will come up as you type and these will be of the keywords that you type, as you type, it will suggest tags that you can add.
That is also very, very useful. Now they’re not always the perfect match, but they’re pretty good. They help you feel the tags with keywords and they help you generate ideas. Between using the keyword research tool within VidIQ and between the suggested tag, you’ll be able to feel the 500 character limit that you have.
That’s how it kind of works. I do recommend that you fill it with as many keywords you can that are relevant. Don’t be stuffing, irrelevant stuff in there. You’re kind of wasting your keywords. That’s how you, that’s what I would recommend you do in terms of using VidIQ to optimise the tag section.
Now, the other thing that you can do here, they’ve got some nice little things here where you can click on organise tags. Now, the theory is that you want to arrange your tags so that the most important keywords that you want to rank for appear first.
I would make sure that if I want to rank for VidIQ versus tubebuddy, it’s the first one that appears here. Then I can kind of just drag around keywords ’cause you know, as you’re adding them, it may not be in the most important to lesser important keywords that you want to rank for, but this allows you to kind of organise it, right? That’s one tool that you have here.
I can’t go through every single feature that VidIQ have because there are so many, but these are just the key ones. The other thing that they’ve got here is they’ve got a couple of recommended tags. Now you only get three within the lower paid plan, which is the one that I’m on.
But if you go on a higher plan, you get more, but this is not that important because all of these recommended tags are basically the same keywords that you get within this search here because you’ve got that same data here, you just have to copy and paste it into your tags when you actually go to upload the video. I wouldn’t be too concerned about that either.
That’s how else I would use VidIQ. I’ve used it first to do the keyword research and now in uploading it, I’ve gone through and use the checklist to make sure that I’ve done all the best practices. Then in the, as I add all of the tags, I’ll get a better score depending on how we go, but I use it to fuel my tags.
And I also make sure that I’ve the keyword in the title and I’ve got it in the description as well. These are all little best practice kind of things that you have. And VidIQ kind of helps you do that by having the checklist and by having the tools available to make use of it there.
Now, that’s part two. Hopefully that kind of all makes sense. This is a crash course in Tubeddy, but I think like this is kind of the best workflow that I’ve found that really, really works. Now let’s talk about the third thing that we do and that is, so now that we’ve uploaded it, what happens after the upload?
We’re still using the tool and we’re still optimising the video after the upload. Okay. Let’s talk about this now. Let’s go back over to my computer. After we’ve uploaded the video, you can see that I’ve got a couple of keyword tools that I use.
And one of them is Keywords Everywhere, right? This isn’t related to VidIQ, but it’s one that I use in conjunction to VidIQ. And I like it because it tells me all of the tags that I’ve got. This is the search volume that I have for all of these keywords and I can see, all right, so half of them have search volume and half of them don’t and you might be saying, well, why doesn’t it have any search volume?
And the reason for that is, you know, there are key words such as VidIQ versus tubebuddy 2021. And there’s no past data on that because it hasn’t happened yet. But in my experience and in the way that people search, I know that people will be searching for the keyword and then the year, the latest year that it is.
I know that this is a way that people search for it, but it’s just, hasn’t got any data yet because it’s kind of, it’s kind of present and it hasn’t happened yet, if that makes any sense. There’ll be a couple of keywords where there’s no data, but I know that there will be traffic eventually for this actual keyword.
I would recommend that of your tags that you add, that you try to get at least half of them with search volume, the best that you can. And I use the plugin keywords everywhere to expose this, to show me the search volumes of this. Now back to VidIQ because this is a VidIQ tutorial.
This is the front of the video, right? So it’s published now. Now within VidIQ, you’ll be able to see, and this is not just on your video, you’re kind of able to see within like every YouTube video, kind of this score that they’ve got here.
And once your video has actually been published and generated some views and some data, what you’ll be able to do is first of all, you’ll be able to see how well you’ve optimised it, but you’ll be able to see like how you rank for the keyword within YouTube. Let’s go to another video.
I’m going to go over to, this is a previous video that I’ve done, and this has some better data for me to actually showcase. I can see here that it’s given me a score. It’s shown me also, you know, the top devices that people are viewing it from so that’s good information to have.
It shows me information that I can use. If you hover over this YouTube search, this is really handy because it’s telling me for my video, what are people searching for in order to get to it? Right?
And a lot of these green ones, tags that I’ve already got, keyword tags that I’ve got, but for the ones that I don’t, I can go back and then swap out the tags and add these ones because I know that, Hey, the data is telling me that people are using this keyword to get to my actual video.
Once again, it’s more data after the video has been released that you can see and use to improve your video and to improve the search for your actual video. That is, you know, a really handy little tool to have, and it’s a kind of little hack that I’ve used to kind of help rank the videos once I’ve got more information after the video has been released.
And then you’ve also got, you know, some other things that you can have a look at there. Have a look at all the things here. Here’s another example, video tags. For this actual video, now that it’s had some time, the blue numbers next to the keyword is where the actual video shows up within search.
Blue is good. You know, the more blue that we have is good. Ideally you want to have as many tags as possible with the number on it, because that tells you that your video is ranking within search, well, YouTube search for these actual keywords.
You’ll want more and more tags to appear because that means that your video is showing up for more keywords. That’s another handy thing to, you know, keep an eye on after you’ve uploaded the video and to use the tool to inform you on how it’s actually performing.
And then there’s other things, you know, that’s probably the key thing. I don’t want to overwhelm you too much ’cause it’s probably already being like– I’ve got all of this information, but it’s all about at this stage after you’ve uploaded your video, published it or the live stream has finished.
How do you use the data so that VidIQ gives you such as, you know, the video tags and the rankings and the suggested search terms that people are finding it for to then go back and continue to optimise your video because people tend to release a video and forget about it.
But if you use these things to go back and tweak and help continue to refine the video, you’ll find that these will help you perform better within YouTube, within YouTube search. That basically wraps up the crash course in VidIQ.
I’m going to go to the questions now because I can see there’s been quite a few questions. Let me just take a second to scroll back. If you’ve got any questions, please continue to add them and I’ll do my, do the best that I can to answer them and get to them the best that I can.
Hey Ray, great to have you on the live stream, glad that you can make it today. Ray says, “Been wanting to learn about VidIQ”, you know, I find it really interesting because it’s a tool that I’ve always used and I actually used it to the success that I’ve had to be able to, you know, rank videos and to get views and to grow the channel.
It’s definitely one that I recommend you have a look at and hence why I’m doing the tutorial, because I really believe in it. I’m not sponsored by VidIQ, although I’m very open to sponsorship, VidIQ, if you want to reach out. This is completely unbiased.
I am an affiliate, but you know, I’m not actually sponsored by them. This is what I do, my process unsponsored, relatively unbiased walk through of how to use VidIQ.
We’ve gone through the keywords and how to use them. Okay. Ray says, “I use Tubebuddy, but have always been curious about VidIQ,” and I’ve also seen a question on how is VidIQ different from Tubebuddy? All right. That video is coming next week, where I do a comparison of the two.
In my experience, I think one of the biggest difference, they’re very similar, but one of the biggest difference is with VidIQ, you get the data in terms of the keyword volume in relation to whatever you’re searching for, but you get that data and it’s specific to YouTube.
Whereas with Tubebuddy, they have weighted and unweighted scores. For example, if I was to do the same keyword research process within tubebuddy, they would give me a different score to VidIQ because their algorithm or their tool looks at the score in relation to how well would this actual keyword do on my channel.
Right? Their score is okay, how successful can you be for this actual keyword based on your channel and your channel success, your channel success will depend on how old it is, how many videos you have already in relation to that topic and a bunch of other things that they’ve got in their algorithm.
I find that’s probably the biggest one. I don’t think there’s a right or wrong way to do it. I think it’s just which one you prefer. For me, I like the fact that this is the data on YouTube, this is the volumes that you get. I’m not too concerned on whether or not it will rank for my channel because I’m doing all the best practices that are very hard to do, thanks to the tool and I’ll let the video perform on its own.
I also find that with the tubebuddy, I guess, weighted and unweighted scores that they can be, they can kind of, they can kind of deter you from going for keywords and it’s based off an algorithm, right?
I’m kind of like, Hmm, I don’t really want Tubebuddy to decide what’s best for my channel. I want to use the data independently and then I’ll make the call on that. That’s just a personal preference in terms of how they’re different and how I view them as being different.
The other things are really similar in terms of the tools that they give you to optimise the video, like the suggested tag, the same one with VidIQ has, tubebuddy has, all the optimising checklist Tubebuddy VidIQ pretty much have the same ones.
All of the information that you saw when I walked through, okay, this is the top performing channels. These are the, you know, all that stuff. They have got a lot of really similar ones, but the biggest difference is between the, how they show the competitiveness of a keyword within YouTube, relative to your channel.
Dr. Greta Golf, Hey, great to see you here. Yeah, the biggest, the difference in keywords is given in boost package. It’s a lot of money, right? It’s a lot of money. However, I feel that you’re paying for these tools to give you information, to make a better informed decision on what you should go after.
That helps you, I guess, the question is how important is that to you? And that’s a personal question on, do you want to pay for that and the convenience of that or don’t you? It’s really a personal thing. I don’t think there’s a right or wrong way as usual.
I’m on the first pay plan, not the most expensive on the first paid one. And I’ve been on that one for many, many years, and that’s kind of been more than sufficient for what I need for all of my YouTube needs. Ray said, “Looking forward to your video on them both.”
Ray also says, “Tubebuddy made a huge change to my channel so now I’m ready to learn VidIQ.” Oh, interesting. Interesting. Hey, Bradley, great to see you on the channel here. Make sure that you check out Bradley’s channel he’s got a really cool little tech channel fellow YouTube creator from Australia so go and check out his channel.
Really, really excited to see you here as well. Hopefully I haven’t completely overwhelmed you when it comes to VidIQ. Thanks, everyone for hanging out and staying in there.
That basically wraps us up for the live stream today, because I feel that anything else in your head may explode, but hopefully I’ve given you good walk through of how I use it and how you may want to use it as well.
As I said, I can’t walk you through every single tiny feature of VidIQ, but I’ve tried my best to show you how I kind of walked through it. Ray’s got one more question so I’m going to allow it before I wrap up. Ray, please go ahead and ask your question and we’ll just play some hold music while we wait. No, I’m joking.
I could, I could but I’m not going to do that. What else is there to talk about? There’s heaps to talk about. I think like, Oh, okay. Ray says, “can I have both plugins on my browser at the same time?” I’m going to assume that you mean both VidIQ and Tubebuddy plugins at the same time.
And the answer is yes. I secretly use both. I do find that when you have both of them, they kind of compete with each other a little bit and it can get a little bit annoying and buggy.
For example, I turned off tubebuddy today because I’m doing a VidIQ demo, but when it comes to like the suggested tags that you add on YouTube, that like, they both compete with each other and it gets a little bit annoying, but you kind of learn to live with it type of thing, or you just turn off, you can just switch them on and off in the browser, depending on which one you’re using.
I do feel that in terms of the keyword data in the keyword search volume data, that’s what I’m willing to pay VidIQ for. Big difference. And I find that, you know, it helps make you, it helps you make better informed decisions and that’s definitely really valuable.
That essentially wraps us up for the live stream today. Thanks for joining me. And thanks for being here on the Easter weekend and spending your Easter weekend, learning about YouTube. Now, I’ve got a download and you’ll find the link to that in the description.
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Thank you so much for being here. Hope you enjoy the rest of your Easter break and I will see you in the next live stream and bye for now.
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