YouTube tweaks tools in bid to boost time spent on site

12/31/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

With about 10 times the traffic of its nearest rival, YouTube pretty much owns the online video market. But the Google-owned site still badly trails TV in terms of average daily usage, and is taking steps to tweak the "discovery" process of suggesting clips to users and its search function to increase time spent on the site, according to this article.

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