In this video here are four main ways that YouTube users can find videos: through browsing, Suggesting, searching, and External sources. Browse is the YouTube homepage or main category pages, where users can see a selection of popular or recommended videos. Suggested is when YouTube recommends videos to users based on their watch history. Search is when users look for specific videos using keywords. External are links to videos from other websites, social media platforms, or email.YouTube traffic from Browse sources typically has a lower conversion rate than other sources because viewers are not actively seeking out a particular video. They are just casually browsing through what’s popular or recommended. However, this traffic source can still be valuable because it exposes your video to viewers who might not otherwise see it.