Things To Consider While Uploading The Videos On The Youtube Account

‘When I first started my YouTube channel, the only way to get more viewers was by making videos. And as a matter of fact, that’s still one of the best ways to do it. But there is another way to get views that you might not have thought about yet — your subscribers! 

Most people would think of the most obvious way to get more subscribers on YouTube – make more videos and post them often. The truth is, though, that if you’re just posting new videos, they will probably end up being viewed less than your older videos because newer videos are more difficult for people to find unless they really search for you specifically. So how can you get some of those “lurkers” who stumble across your videos through other means to subscribe? 

1) Post Quality Content 

You want to keep your viewer’s attention and hopefully be able to convert them into a subscriber. If they are going to watch your video once or twice then it doesn’t really matter what you post, but if they’re going to take the time to watch your video all the way through, they’ll want something good to watch. Make sure you give good information in your videos so that you aren’t just talking over someone else’s head or giving useless tips. It should also be entertaining enough to hold their attention so that they don’t mind waiting for the next 10-15 minutes for you to come back with another video. 

2) Be Consistent 

If you only post once every few weeks or months, chances are that people won’t bother watching any of your videos. They may check out your page and see some cool stuff, but without regular posts, they may never know when to go back and see what you’ve posted. A great thing to do is to set aside 5-10 minutes each day to make a short video about something interesting. You could start a series where you post a video every week and get to know your audience better. If you can do this consistently, they will be sure to come back and check in on your channel at least once a week. 

3) Link Your Videos Together 

One of the biggest problems that I ran into early on when I started my YouTube channel was that I didn’t always link my videos together. This made it very difficult for people to view the full story from beginning to end. They’d click on a video and then get stuck watching that one video until I finished it. When they finally did get to the end, they were still confused, frustrated, and angry because they couldn’t figure out how to get back to the beginning. 

So if you want people to stay subscribed to your channel, try linking your videos together. For example, say you had an episode where you discussed how to fix the problem with the “C” key on your keyboard. Then after you finish that episode, you might have another episode where you discuss the different methods to clean the keyboard. By linking these two videos, you can lead your viewer straight through a process from the beginning (how to clean your keys) to the end (where to buy a new keyboard). 

4) Don’t Forget About Social Media Sharing 

Nowadays, people share videos on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter before they even hit the YouTube site. This is why you need to post videos to both places. On Facebook, make sure you have a share button on your videos so that when your friends comment on your content, they can easily send it to their own friends. On Twitter, you should use the embed code that comes with your video so that it automatically shows up in somebody’s tweet. Both options are easy to do, so make sure you don’t forget about them. 

5) Give Them Something That They Can’t Get Anyplace Else 

People love getting freebies. You can offer them free ebooks, free music, free courses, etc. so long as they provide value. People are willing to pay for products that they believe are worth the price (even if it’s just $1), so give them something valuable. If you can deliver on your promises and give them something they can’t get anywhere else, chances are they will become a subscriber. 

6) Tell Your Story 

I used to hate telling my life story on YouTube because I felt like it took away from the point of my videos. After all, I wanted my channel to have a focus on helpful tips and tricks, not me rambling on about myself. I was wrong. People LOVE to hear stories. And if you tell yours, they will feel connected to you. Not only will they want to subscribe to your channel, but they will probably want to hang around and become your followers too. 

7) Keep It Simple 

One of the greatest things about YouTube is that it’s simple and user friendly. You can upload a video, add comments, and rate videos right from within the app itself. When you’re trying to build a fan base though, you need to remember that simplicity can work against you. While it seems easier to just let visitors scroll down your page instead of having to click on links, it can actually cause you to lose traffic. Instead, try to create a clear path for people to navigate your website. It may seem counterintuitive at first, but people will appreciate a well-designed site. 

8) Ask For Help 

If you are struggling with anything related to your channel, the easiest way to gain help is by asking your viewers directly. Create a poll or survey on your profile page where people can leave feedback about certain topics. Or, you can put together a question and answer session on your channel. Either option will show off your personality and allow people to get to know you a bit better. 

9) Offer Free Stuff 

People love free stuff. Whether it’s a free ebook, a free course, free tutorials, or any other type of giveaway, make sure you include a link in your description that leads to your product. If you have a blog, use a widget to make it super easy for people to sign up for your newsletter. It takes just a few seconds, and it will save your viewers time and energy. 

10) Use The Power Of Video 

This is probably the simplest tip on this list, but it is so important that I decided to mention it twice. In order to have a successful YouTube channel, you need to start using video. No matter how many subscribers you currently have, no matter what videos you currently have on your channel, you must continue adding quality content to your channel. Why? Because people use video to learn. In fact, according to Google, YouTube now accounts for 60% of all searches conducted online. With such high numbers, you simply cannot ignore video content.

These are the various ways in which a person can make the account on the YouTube popular. Still if the person is not able to get the quality of the viewers then he can buy real youtube subscribers. These days purchasing the subscribers are the most common activity among the people as it increasing the audience.