YouTube's New Data on Rising Trends amid the Pandemic Highlights That Museum Tours, Face …

YouTube's New Data on Rising Trends amid the Pandemic Highlights That Museum Tours, Face ...

The
usage
of
video
platforms
has
surged
during
the
coronavirus
pandemic
as
people
are
locked
in
their
homes
during
the
lockdowns
forced
due
to
the
pandemic.
People
are
spending
more
time
on
video
platforms
such
as
YouTube.
The
Google-owned
platform
has
now

shared
new
insights
into
rising
topic
trends
during
the
coronavirus
lockdowns.
These
insights
are
based
on
viewer
searches
as
well
as
behaviors
across
the
globe.

It
is
interesting
to
note
that
similar
topic
trends
were
reflected
in
almost
all
regions
of
the
world,
YouTube
notes.
The
company
stated
that
the
global
COVID-19
pandemic
is
not
over,
however,
its
shocking
onset
allowed
the
company
to
record
an
astonishing
uniformity
in
trends
across
the
globe.
These
similar
trends
helped
the
company
to
demonstrate
the
reality
of
the
shared
needs
of
people
across
the
world.
The
data
reflects
a
universality
to
the
current
human
experience.

Among
the
rising
topic
trends,
the
company
highlights
the
growth
in
views
for
videos
related
to
home
workout
and
restaurant-style
presentation.
As
gyms
shut
down
across
the
globe
during
the
pandemic,
people
are
watching
more
videos
related
to
home
workout
to
maintain
fitness.
Daily
views
of
videos
related
to
workout
with
no
equipment
or
home
workout
have
surged.

On
the
other
hand,
videos
about
creating
restaurant-style
cuisine
have
gained
popularity
since
restaurants
have
been
closed
across
the
world.
Videos
related
to
making
meals
at
home
have
been
trending
in
several
countries
including
Argentina,
UAE,
and
Australia.
Searches
for
museum
tours
and
face
masks
have
also
been
increased
on
the
platform.
According
to
the
company,
daily
views
of
videos
about
museum
tours
have
increased
by
60%.
Several
creators
and
craftivists
shared
tutorials
on
making
face
masks.
Tutorials
about
DIV
face
mask
sewing
have
been
watched
more
than
400
million
times
since
March
15
of
this
year.

The
interest
of
people
in
Dalgona
coffee
or
sourdough
bread
has
also
been
increased.
Videos
about
Dalgona
coffee
have
been
trending
in
Canada,
Egypt,
Japan,
and
South
Korea.
People
are
also
searching
for
videos
instructing
them
about
gardening.

Since
people
are
deprived
of
the
professionals
who
tended
to
cut
hair,
they
turned
to
YouTube
to
learn
how
to
cut
hair.
This
trend
indicates
that
individuals
across
the
world
valued
their
appearance.
The
company
calculated
all
graphs
using
in-country
views
of
aggregated
clips,
and
videos
were
grouped
on
the
basis
of
metadata.
The
date
range
for
all
views
is
Feb
1
through
May
1
of
this
year.

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