How to get more subscribers on Youtube?
Growing a successful youtube channel in 2023 can be a hard challenge. Since the platform was founded in 2005 things have changed a little bit and growing has become a hard challenge. But it is not the end okay? Difficult is not impossible. In this article we are going to give you some tips to help you hit 1M subscribers so let’s go!
1. Ask your viewers to subscribe!
It seems so obvious but it is important. Sometimes your audience just needs to be reminded. Almost 60% of the people that watch your videos regularly, probably don’t subscribe because youtube recommends your video on their front page. Remember to demonstrate why your channel is worth subscribing to. Also you can check in your channel analytics how percentage of your viewers subscribe and remember your audience every now and then in specific videos. Don´t do it really often or people will overwhelmed with too much information.
2. Interact with your audience and make friends (a.k.a. build community)
Building a community is the ultimate goal. If you form relationships with your viewers, they’re more likely to want to keep watching your work. Respond to comments. Listen to their suggestions. Make them feel important and interact with them. Your community appreciates and really likes your content so having that close feeling with them is going to make the union stronger. They will become really loyal to you and your content choosing you over someone else. A good way to keep the conversation going between you and your community is posting tweets, answering questions and
3.Unique content and Branding! Be yourself!
Youtube right now is becoming really competitive. There are millions of users uploading content every single day. You have to stand out. How can you do that? Having a unique brand image and creating unique and cool content. Be yourself, give your own perspective of the world with your videos and content. Don´t be afraid to be creative.
Also read: tips to position yourself on youtube
4. How you channel looks
Your YouTube banner is the very first thing everyone sees when they click into your channel. Maybe they just watched a video and are looking for more. Maybe they’re potential subscribers.Make sure you have strong branding that will be attractive for your audience or the future subscriber you want to keep it around. Your banner needs to be clean, easy to read, optimized for all social devices and attractive. This applies to your channel icon. Which is the logo or photo that appears in your channel. It represents you and your brand and people can easily identify you just by seeing your logo.
A useful tool that will help you creating a good image for your youtube channel is Canva
5. Release videos on a consistent schedule
Being constant in social media is the only rule that assures you that you will have results. So as you can imagine posting regularly to grow a community is important. To start one video per week is fine once you grow your community and they request more you can post between 3-4 videos per week. Also this depends on your channel’s theme, how hard it is to film or edit the videos and numerous topics.
If your goal is to convert viewers to subscribers, you need to focus on quality first, and consistency next. (Then you can start worrying about quantity.)
If you upload videos consistently, then people know that more good content is coming, and they’re more likely to tap subscribe.
6. Entice your audience over from other social media channels
Moving an audience from one platform to another is a little bit difficult but is an advantage and a very good way to have your first subscribers. This means cross-promoting on other social media such as Tiktok or Instagram, will help you a lot.
Posting a teaser of your latest video is another great way to draw people to your YouTube channel. Also with this creating a schedule to post your videos people will know exactly when you are posting a new video.
7.Collaborate with other creators
Creating content with another creator could be fun and entertaining at the same time you are growing your audience. Once you start to build an audience, you might find that your followers suggest potential collaborations. Until then, explore YouTube yourself to look for potential collaborators in your field. If you find someone who looks promising, reach out.
Also read: how to be a youtuber