watch time

watch time

[′wäch ‚tīm]
(horology)
The hour of the day as indicated by a watch or clock.
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By linking your videos by displaying relevant video links both in video and in description you can keep you audience engaged and increase your video watch time.
Verasity, the digital currency for online video players, partnered with eBonus.gg three months ago and has proven how its technology improves engagement and total watch time for publishers' websites, the company said.
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Simply mount to your preferred wall or fence using the sturdy built in mount (screws not supplied), and watch time pass while you are enjoying long lazy days in the garden.
We explain to brands that these participatory events, done right, provide watch time that's pretty much unachievable in any other form of advertising.
The Gateshead author, 30, said: "YouTube's algorithm is designed to prioritise and lengthen watch time, and to keep people addicted.
The other is a "squishier statistic with a loftier goal, called "quality watch time," added Bloomberg.
Former YouTube engineer Guillaume Chaslot, who left the company in 2013 and now runs the watchdog group AlgoTransparency, said YouTube will struggle to curb the flow of inappropriate content as long as its artificial intelligence is trained to maximize "watch time," a metric that fuels the company's advertising-driven business model.
Additionally, it pointed out to an increase by 40% in the average watch time for music videos on YouTube, derived from Mosalsalat or Ramadan produced ads.
Earlier in the evening, AF Al Sajanjle, ridden by champion jockey Tadhg O'Shea for highly regarded Purebred Arabian handler Ernst Oertel, spreadeagled his eight rivals to win the Group 2 Mazrat Al Ruwayah Sponsored by Watch Time, by 9 A' lengths.