60% Of YouTube Views Come From A Non-English Speaking Audience

YouTube may be more diverse than you think. A whopping 60 percent of all video views on YouTube come from non-English speakers.

YouTube may be more diverse than you think.  According to an exclusive report from Janko Roettgers of GigaOM’s NewTeeVee, a whopping 60 percent of all video views on YouTube come from non-English speakers.

This surprising news comes on the heels of YouTube announcing that they were adding a couple new African languages to the mix—IsiZulu and Afrikaans—bringing YouTube to a total of 51 languages.  They also offer country-specific recommendations and content in 34 different countries around the globe.  You can change your location by scrolling down to the bottom of the page on YouTube.com and clicking the ‘Location’ link.  Select one of 34 countries or ‘Worldwide.’  You can change your language in the same area by clicking on the ‘Lanugage’ link.

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