You've got some rather nifty stuff there, which
is cool for a 14-year-old. You deserve the best
of my friendly advice, so here goes:
There are several things people ought to know
about labelling their videos: "tags" are only the
3rd most important component when it comes
to YouTube's search results. Words in the title
are 1st, and words in the descriptions are 2nd.
And in front of all those characteristics is your
YouTube username. Thus, "tags" are really in
4th place, and as such are the least important
element in any search.
[ Whenever you do a search, how often do you
find videos at the very top of the search-results
with no matching words in the username, titles
or descriptions? Probably never. If you ever do
come across results like that with no matches
at all, that is actually the only time when "tags"
are relevant in a search. ]
Thus, if you're searching for videos (either your
own or someone else's), and you want them to
appear near the top of the search results, then
type the username first and then the title of the
video -- if not the most unique words of the title.
For example: 14CHEESE14 QUARTER.
As such, it helps immensely if your username
is A) short, B) easy to remember, C) common-
sounding, and D) doesn't have any convoluted
spelling. For example: Fred, Smosh, Nigahiga,
Kevjumba, Happyslip, Lisanova, etc.
If you do not want your username being part of
the search (maybe because people don't know
it) and you want your videos close to the top of
the search results, then make your video titles
and the descriptions as long as you can using
plenty of "buzz" words. (If for some reason you
are one of the people who are really fascinated
with "tags", include them in your titles.)
If you want more people to find your videos by
accident, there are a few other things that you
can do, but first have a pen, paper and maybe
a calculator beside you.
While your videos are "on screen", go through
the "Related Videos" section and find the ones
with many views. Click on those videos to find
their date -- then figure out their true popularity
using the formula "Views" divided by "Number
of months on YouTube". Once you have finally
figured out which of those videos are the most
popular, make note of their titles, descriptions
(even their "tags") and then try to do the same
or similar with your videos.
That way, your videos will become even more
"related" to theirs; and whenever people watch
those other videos, yours should appear more
often and higher up in "their" "Related Videos"
Another thing for you to consider: when you're
on those other videos, click "Statistics & Data"
to note which sites "link" to them. Maybe you
can try to do the same, or likewise, with yours.
If you really want to be a "snot", you can post
a "video response" to the most popular videos,
but YOU WILL BE HATED by the people who
created those videos and by viewers who hate
seeing amateurs impose their videos on top of
everyone's "text comments". Most people will
definitely consider you a "spammer". (I myself
never click on video responses.)
I hope my information has been helpful to you.