Have you ever wondered how to find small YouTube channels in the sea of content creators? With our free tool, you can search using ten different criteria to find small, growing channels - also known as ‘micro influencers’ in a specific niche. Remember to use ‘Keywords’ as well as a Category choice to effectively narrow your search. However, if you need more filters - like Subscriber Growth, Monthly Views, Topic searching and channel metadata like ‘Tags’ - take a look at our Premium accounts. Each tier provides access to more data, more filters and more channel results, to optimize your search for the perfect creator partners.
If you want to contact the YouTubers yourself, Contact us for a list of channels that meet your specs along with social media info and e-mail addresses. You can preview some sample data within every search you make. We have over 500,000 creators to contact with many that have ‘opted in’ via our BrandAlerts.co platform.
Absolutely. Alternatively we can handle the marketing for you as a ‘Campaign’ product. We have experience achieving great open rates for our clients and have run many successful YouTube campaigns for consumer products companies as well as small agencies. Visit our parent streamdna.com for our suite of data capabilities and marketing products.
Scraping is NOT allowed on our Premium platform subscriptions. Therefore, if you need large amounts of data, please contact us for a quote. We have market leading prices as well as the deepest set of fields per channel available. We have scrape protections on our Premium app including a maximum number of channels viewed per day (2,000).
The Channel Crawler uses advanced data collection methods in order to collect channel information from YouTube and store it in the database. Basically, it just checks the liked videos and comment sections of channels that are already in the database, in order to add more channels to it. You can also manually add a channel.
The Channel Crawler uses a language detection mechanism in order to detect the correct language of the channel, based on the channel description and the titles and descriptions of its videos. This works great for most channels, but it's not flawless. If you see that your channel is linked to the wrong language, just contact us and we will fix that for you.
Nope. We can only work with whatever data YouTube shares through its public API. Demographics are only available through the YouTube Analytics API, for which you need an authenticated request from the channels.
Of course! Just contact us by email or on Twitter and we'll take care of it right away.
Because channels are sorted by the date of the latest video, by default. This ensures that all active channels have a good chance of ending up in the front of the search results. You can change the sorting method on the results page.
Sure! If you can help us translating the Channel Crawler in a certain language, we'll definitely add it to the site. Contact us if you want to help out!