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Do YouTubers Get Paid for Subscribers?

Working how YouTubers gets paid and where that money comes from is one of the more common pursuits of non-YouTubers who are considering becoming YouTubers.

In this particular case, we can answer this question very simply, but don’t worry, there’s plenty to expand on with this topic.

Do YouTubers get paid for subscribers? – No, YouTubers do not get paid for subscribers. YouTubers are paid based on how many adverts are seen and clicked on by viewers calculated by YouTube Adsense CPM, affiliate agreements, sponsorships, brand deals and/or by funneling people into external sales of services, products or merchandise.

The typical relationship between YouTube, its content creators, and its viewers involves no direct transaction of money.

Viewers do not pay to view a specific piece of content (with the exception of movie rentals of course, but you can’t subscribe to a movie rental), YouTube does not receive any payment that corresponds to a specific viewer or the content they are watching, and so there is no payment to be issued to a YouTuber when they gain new subscribers.

So, if you wanted the short, simple, and blunt answer to “do YouTubers get paid for subscribers?”, there you go.

However, if you’d like to dive a little deeper, stick around.

The Value of Subscribers

One common misconception about YouTube is that more subscribers means more money, but it’s not that simple.

It’s true that people with more subscribers tend to be making more money, but the correlation between the two is not as strong as you might expect.

Think about your own YouTube viewing habits. For the vast majority of you, we’d be willing to bed that you have dozens—perhaps even hundreds—of channels that you are subscribed to, the vast majority of which you haven’t made a conscious effort to look at for a long time.

We all do it.

It’s one of the reasons why YouTubers often take issue with YouTube’s somewhat erratic and unreliable system for notifying subscribers about new videos.

The point we’re getting here is that having a subscriber in no way guarantees that the subscriber will be watching any of your content, let alone all of it, and it is the watching of content that generates the revenue that ultimately pays YouTubers.

If you’d like an example of this in action, take a look at the YouTube goliath that is PewDiePie. The man with more subscribers than literally any other individual on the platform. At the time of writing this, PewDiePie has over 109 million subscribers, yet you have to scroll down through five months-worth of content to find a video that has cracked 10 million views.

And the vast majority of those videos between then and now fall into the 2-5 million view range.

PewDiePie is not abnormal in this respect.

There are always exceptions, of course, but as a general rule, most YouTubers see a similar ratio of subscribers to average views. In fact, the generally accepted wisdom among YouTubers is that a healthy, growing YouTube channel should aim to be getting views equal to around 14% of their subscriber base.

So, given that the vast majority of a YouTuber’s subscribers often aren’t watching their content, it makes sense that YouTubers aren’t getting paid for each subscriber they gain.

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How DO YouTubers Get Paid Then?

This topic is worthy of a post of its own, so we won’t go into too much detail here, but knowing how YouTubers get paid will help you understand the lack of a connection between subscriber count and revenue.

There are several ways to get paid as a YouTuber, but, for simplicity’s sake, we are going to focus on the YouTube Partner Programme for this brief section.

Channels that are enrolled in the YouTube Partner Programme (after meeting the necessary criteria to be accepted) can choose to monetise their videos. YouTube will then start showing ads before, after, during, and beside that video, and the YouTuber receives a cut of that revenue.

Essentially, subscribers are meaningless to YouTube when it comes to revenue, and given the increasing complexity of the recommendation algorithm and how many subscribers don’t watch channels they subscribe to, they are increasingly meaningless in discerning viewing preferences as well.

YouTube subscribers are a convenience for the viewers and a metric for the YouTubers, but nothing more. YouTube is basically concerned with watch time, because the more watch time there is, the more ads can be shown. This is why a channel with 10,000 subscribers and a monthly watch time of 5,000 hours will almost certainly make more revenue than a YouTuber with 20,000 subscribers and a monthly watch time of 2,000 hours.

Subscriber-Adjacent

There is more to YouTube than subscribers, of course. In this section we’re going to look at a few aspects of the platform that, through squinting eyes, might look a bit like subscriber-related action, but are not quite the same thing.

YouTube Premium

We mentioned above that there is no direct transaction between a viewer and YouTube, and that is true when talking about a specific video.

With the exception of movie rentals—which don’t really count in this context—nobody pays YouTube a fixed amount to watch a specific video. But they can choose to pay YouTube directly.

YouTube Premium is YouTube’s way of cutting out the middle man. Rather than finding advertisers to pay for your eyeball-time so they can give you a share of that money, YouTube Premium allows users to pay YouTube directly. By all accounts, this is a better situation all around, since the user can watch their content without being interrupted by ads, and YouTube can get paid directly without having to worry about fickle advertisers and data collection regulations.

Of course, it’s not free, which is why the majority of viewers choose not to join Premium, but the option is there.

But there is no direct correlation between what the user pays and what they watch. A YouTube Premium user could watch one video all month or a thousand videos. They are paying for a service, not a product. As for the YouTuber, they get a share of the YouTube Premium pot based on how much watch time they have accumulated from Premium viewers. So, once again, if the viewer isn’t watching their content, they aren’t making that YouTuber any money, subscriber or not.

What Are YouTube Memberships?

YouTube Memberships are different from subscribers in that anyone with a YouTube account can start a channel, and anyone with a YouTube account can subscribe to a channel. Your channels needs least 1,000 subscribers, and not having lots of ineligible videos on your channel.

And to become a member, you need to pay a monthly fee.

Memberships allow members to receive certain perks that regular viewers don’t get, such as badges, custom emojis, access to exclusive content, etc.

By its very nature, YouTubers do get paid for every membership, but as we said, members and subscribers are not the same thing.

Do YouTube Subscribers Matter?

We painted a pretty bleak picture of the worth of subscribers in this post, and we wouldn’t begrudge you wondering if there’s even any point in trying to grow your subscribers.

The truth is subscribers both do and don’t matter simultaneously. On the one hand, it is watch time and viewer retention that earns you revenue as a YouTuber, and these are also the driving factors that pushes YouTube to recommend your content more.

Neither of these things are significantly affected by your subscribers—as we’ve said, only a small portion of a channel’s subscribers watch its videos on average.

On the other hand, a large subscriber count does have certain bonuses from a psychological standpoint. For one thing, it makes you feel more successful, and when you feel good about your channel, you enjoy it more.

But perhaps more importantly, it gives your channel a little more credibility with newcomers.

It’s not exactly a flattering aspect of human nature, but we are far more likely to pay attention to a video by a YouTuber with a million subscribers than one with a hundred, even if the smaller YouTuber does a better job with their content.

Ultimately, though, it’s something of a moot point. The only way to grow subscribers without cheating the system (which we do not recommend you) is to make content that people like, which you should be striving to do regardless.

Final Thoughts

YouTube subscribers aren’t quite relegated to mere metric status just yet—they do factor in a number of situations.

For example, you will find it much harder to get a brand deal or sponsored content with a small channel than you would with a channel that has hundreds of thousands of subscribers.

And, as we mentioned above, there is the psychological aspect of just having that big number planted at the top of your YouTube page.

But it is far from the most important aspect of a successful YouTube channel.

A channel with far fewer subscribers that is getting more views and more watch time may not get the same immediate respect that a larger channel does, but that probably won’t matter to the smaller YouTuber, who will almost certainly be making more revenue.

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Why Am I Losing Subscribers?

It’s one of the worst things that can happen to you as a YouTuber, especially if you are a relatively small YouTuber who is still trying to make their mark on the platform. Gaining subscribers in the first place can feel like such an uphill battle, so losing them hits that much harder in the early days. Indeed, it is not uncommon for a new YouTubers to obsess over the loss of a single subscriber, even when their count is trending upwards overall.

As with most things, the first step to dealing with a problem is understanding that problem, so we’ve put together this post to help you identify why you might be losing subscribers and, in effect, how you might be able to put a stop to that loss.

So stop yelling “WHY AM I LOSING SUBSCRIBERS!” at the sky, and read on.

Cheaters Never Prosper

Before we get into the fixable causes of subscriber loss, it’s worth addressing the elephant in the room of any discussion about falling subscriber numbers—paid-for subs.

There are many reasons to steer clear of paying for subscribers, the main one being that they are rarely worth the money they cost in terms of views or revenue. But another big reason to avoid them is that the accounts you pay to subscribe to your channel are often fake, set up by bots specifically for the purpose of selling subscribers. If you just want to see the numbers jump in the YouTube Studio dashboard that might be fine for a while, but YouTube likes to purge their ranks from time to time.

If you have, for example, 23,000 subscribers and you paid for around 20,000 of them, the threat of YouTube implementing a way to detect those fake accounts and remove them from the platform will always be hanging over your account. And if you start to see a sudden, consistent drop in subscribers, there’s a very good chance that that is exactly what happened.

The moral of the story, quite simply, is don’t buy subscribers, views or any other YouTube metric. It is never worth the money it costs.

Reasons Why You Might be Losing Subscribers

While we could never promise a comprehensive list of all of the possible reasons you might be losing subscribers, there are a few common causes that tend to cover the vast majority of dwindling subscriber count situations.

Why Am I Losing Subscribers? 1

Infrequent Uploads

Many YouTubers who stop uploading don’t do so with a single final upload announcement and then silence. For a lot of channels, the end comes slowly, over time. The uploads begin to get farther and farther apart until, finally, the next upload just never comes.

Granted, most viewers don’t actively lookout for channels to unsubscribe to in their feed, which is how many completely dead channels can maintain huge followings long after they have uploaded their last video. But some viewers do look to trim the excess fat, and if they are that on top of their subscriptions, they will know the signs of a fading YouTuber.

If you have been finding yourself struggling to upload at regular intervals, and the time between uploads has been getting longer and longer, there is a good chance that that is to blame for your shrinking subscriber-base. Naturally, there are many reasons why you may find yourself in this situation, and not all of them are as simple to deal with as “putting more effort in”. If you simply can’t find the time to upload more regularly, you may have to ask yourself if YouTube is right for you—or at least if it is right for you at the moment.

If you want to continue, but you don’t have time, it may be better to announce that you are taking a break. Let your viewers know that you fully intend to come back, rather than fight a losing battle to find the time to upload. It’s worth noting that the more you struggle to get your videos up, the more likely it is that you will start to resent your channel, increasing the risk of you burning out and not wanting to do it anymore.

Stale Content

There is such a thing as too much of a good thing. No matter how popular your content is at any given time, even the most fiercely loyal subscribers will tire of it after enough time.

Now, this is not to say you should be looking to overhaul your channel entirely on a regular basis, but rather keep things fresh. Your channel should be in a constant state of evolution—not making drastic changes every so often but making continual small changes all the time. Keeping your content fresh can be as simple as switching the format up a little bit. If you are a YouTube gamer, it might be trying a game that is a little outside of your regular wheelhouse. If you are a vlogger, talk about things that you don’t usually talk about.

The thing you are trying to avoid is your subscribers developing the sense that they are not going to get anything new from your latest video, which is the route cause of a subscriber losing interest in a channel because of stale content.

Why Am I Losing Subscribers? 2

Out of Place Content

The flip side to the above section is making too much of a change to your channel in too short a time. It is possible to transition from one type of content or subject matter to another gradually, shedding subscribers who don’t like the new direction while picking up new subscribers as you go. As you will likely know if you have built up a following—which you presumably have if you are asking “why am I losing subscribers?”—gaining subscribers is a slow process. If you make abrupt and drastic changes to your channel, you will likely find a lot of subscribers jumping ship, but new subscribers will not be so quick to replace them.

Remember what it is that brought your subscribers to your channel in the first place, and try to respect that as much as possible. You shouldn’t be a slave to the type of content your core audience wants, but dismissing that core audience altogether is a quick route to fewer subscribers.

And, if you absolutely must change the direction of your channel, do it gradually. Many of your existing subscribers will stay through the transition if it is done gently, and may even find themselves liking content that they wouldn’t previously have watched. On the other hand, those same subscribers would leave if you made those changes all at once.

Controversy

An unfortunate side effect of the interconnected nature of the Internet and the opportunities it presents is an increase in tribalism and a lack of nuance. Before the Internet, it was necessary to get along with people, and so compromise was commonplace. These days it is so easy to find like-minded people that the need and desire to compromise has been lost, and this has led to what has been called “cancel culture”.

Now, we’re not talking about highly offensive behaviour here—if you get on your YouTube channel as a white person and yell the “N” word, you probably don’t need us to explain to you why your subscriber count might be dropping. But this same mentality is applied to far more frivolous opinions.

Having any kind of controversial opinion can lead to subscribers choosing to leave, and what your opinion is and who your audience is will determine what is controversial enough to affect your subscriber base. For example, if you are the gaming YouTuber we mentioned above and you state that PC gaming is better than console gaming, you may find a significant chunk of your audience jumping ship. On the other hand, if you are YouTubing your comedy show and you have the same opinion, your audience probably won’t be leaving in droves. Some of them might be offended, but generally speaking, your audience would be a comedy audience, not a gaming one.

If this might apply to you, the only thing you can do to stem the tide is to apologise, though it is worth considering what kind of YouTuber you want to be. For something as trivial as comments on which gaming platform is best, it is probably not a hill worth dying on. If it is an opinion on an important issue facing society, on the other hand, it is entirely possible that you would rather stand by your views at the expense of those subscribers. Only you can decide which end of this spectrum you are on.

Why Am I Losing Subscribers? 3

Over-Promotion

While most users understand that ads are how their favourite creators make money, most people also have a point where it becomes too much, and that can be a reason to leave for many. If you are putting pre-roll, mid-roll, and post-credit ads on your video, and then throwing in some brand deal promotion and affiliate links in the description, it might start to feel a bit soulless to your subscribers—especially if you go from little-or-no advertising to a full-bore advertisement cannon more or less overnight.

Finding a balance here is tricky, as every channel is different. But it is worth remembering that having more ads only increases your revenue if the number of people watching stays the same. If adding more advertisements to your videos is going to cause a significant portion of your subscribers to leave, it might work out better from a revenue standpoint to reduce the number of ads.

Unsubscribing is Relatively Uncommon

One thing many YouTubers fail to appreciate is how severe their infraction must have been for subscribers to be leaving in any significant numbers. As a general rule, people rarely unsubscribe from channels on YouTube, which is part of the reason why YouTube has such a torrid time handling its user’s notifications feed.

Regardless of what has caused your subscriber count to start dropping, you should not dismiss it, as it must have been significant to your channel if it is affecting your subs in this way.

Always Maintain a Sense of Perspective

We mentioned earlier how some YouTubers are more affected by the loss of subscribers than others, and this is something that should be carefully watched for in yourself.

There are many innocuous reasons why someone might unsubscribe from your channel. They might have subscribed by accident in the first place. They might have closed their account altogether. Ultimately, you can’t please everyone, and they might have just decided your channel isn’t for them after all. The occasional small drop in subscribers should not be considered cause for concern, especially if it is a statistically small number. A YouTuber with fifty subscribers will notice a single subscriber leaving, but a YouTuber with ten thousand subscribers should not be obsessing over one or two—or even dozens of people leaving.

It is crucial to remember that you will never be everyone’s cup of tea, so to speak, but as long as your average subscriber count is climbing, you should not be overly concerned with the few that have decided not to stick around.

The Best Defense is a Good Offense

Being aware of the potential causes of vanishing subscribers and taking a proactive approach to preventing this problem from happening in the first place is far more effective than trying to stem the tide once people have started leaving. Granted, that won’t be an option for many reading this—if you’ve searched for a post on why you’re losing subscribers, it’s a good bet that you’re already in this situation.

But for those who are not, if you can keep the things we have mentioned in this post in your mind when running your channel, you will be much better placed to retain your audience.

Why Am I Losing Subscribers? 4

Final Thoughts

There is a delicate balance to strike between keeping your audience happy and making the content you want to make.

The most successful YouTubers have an audience whose interests align with their own, and you should strive for that also. If your audience wants to see what you want to make, you don’t have to worry about putting out something they don’t want to see.

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YouTube Sub 4 Sub [The Truth]

Is it okay to ask for sub 4 sub?

 

I highly advise against this and this isn’t the stereotypical thing. I’m going to twist it in a different angle, right? Because everybody knows that it’s annoying, right?

 

YouTube Sub 4 Sub [The Truth]

 

You may be growing your numbers. You may do fantastically well. Your name may be Tom or Tim or Ten, and if you know who that is recently and who can, he’s gone.

 

But sub for sub hurts you. It inflates your number. It makes you feel egotistically brilliant. Wait, but what it actually does is it means more time you publish that video, that sub or that person who’s not watching your videos doesn’t engage with your content.

 

YouTube Sub 4 Sub [The Truth]

 

And YouTube goes, “Oh, okay. He just got 20 new subscribers. None of them watched, maybe their content is not good enough. Maybe we weren’t right.”

 

You put out a video and it’s not engaged with. You don’t get that comment or that like, or any form of shares, so they are zombies, they are hopeless.

 

And if you choose to push out your content to a random percentage of your subscriber base, and you’ve inflated that subscriber base with a hundred really fantastic people at a million really crappy zombies, and 10% of that will go to mostly zombies that do nothing.

 

That’s a fantastic video, but nobody cares, so then YouTube’s going to go, “We don’t care either.”

 

YouTube Sub 4 Sub [The Truth]

 

It’s all in your heads, what you should focus on is the 10 or 20 that really focus and really care about you, than the 50 that aren’t real.

 

It’s a metric for vanity, only.

 

Final Words

Alan Spicer - YouTube Certified Expert

 

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HOW TO GET 6000 SUBSCRIBERS IN LESS THAN 2 YEARS // I uploaded my first YouTube Tutorial video to YouTube in July 2017. In less than 2 years I have been able to grow my channel in a brand new niche from 0 subscribers to over 6300, and today I share with you my thoughts on how. In this weeks podcast I share with you my tips on How To Get 6000 Subscribers on YouTube in Less Than 2 Years.

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Why Subscriber Counts Do Not Matter

Why Subscriber Counts Do Not Matter // Every small youtuber seems to be focused on YouTube Subscriber Counts, How To Get More Subscribers on YouTube and numbers numbers numbers. I am here to tell you that Subscriber Count Does Not Matter, you want engaged loyal subscribers, not masses of zombie viewers. You want comments, likes, shares and a community… not a silent unengaged audience of non people. How many subscribers in this PewDiePie vs TSeries fight will actually be watching in 12 months time?

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How To Snowball Growth On YouTube – YouTube Snowball Effect

How To Snowball Growth On YouTube — YouTube Snowball Effect // The YouTube Snowball Effect that offers rapid YouTube channel growth fast is something that you can use to trigger growth on YouTube. To grow on YouTube you have to be consistent and willing to experiment with your content until something sticks, then you replicate that video and make relevant, related content.

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Why YOU Are Getting VIEWS But NOT Subscribers – Get More Subscribers on YouTube

Why YOU Are Getting VIEWS But NOT Subscribers — Get More Subscribers on YouTube // How To Get More Subscribers on YouTube in 2018. You may have the views but they don’t seem to be converting. Getting subscribers is always a balancing act of being entertaining enough to hook them and useful enough in their life to keep you and subscribe.

Many people ask me how to increase YouTube views but for some small youtubers its not views they find hard but trying to get those viewers to stick around and how to get YouTube subscribers in the first place.

How To Get More YouTube Subscribers from Views

1 — ARE YOUR VIDEOS CONSISTENT? — Do you talk about similar topics and have the same style or format of videos? It’s is good to have a consistent look and feel to your content. If you mix it up too much or throw up wildly different videos it could confuse your audience.

2 — WHAT NORMALLY GETS YOU YOUR SUBSCRIBERS? — Dive into your YouTube analytics to investigate what gets you your YouTube subscribers. There is normally a pattern on what type of videos give you views and what YouTube videos get your more subscribers. Now you know what they want to subscribe to, make more of those videos. NICHE down into that type of content to establish a channel theme.

3 — WHERE ARE THE VIEWS COMING FROM? — Dive into your analytics and try and see where you get your views from. Is it a certain playlist, a website or some search terms. Try and make a video that you know from point #2 it more likely to convert subscribers and make it about the thing that gets you views.

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How To Get Your First 100 YouTube Subscribers

How To Get Your First 100 YouTube Subscribers // Get Your First 100 Subscribers on YouTube and build your audience base. You first 100 YouTube Subscribers are normally the hardest to get. Getting the initial 100 subscribers means you have to get more than just your friends to subscribe to your channel and to grow that core base can take time.

How To Get Your First 100 YouTube Subscribers

1 — PICK YOUR NICHE — When you choose what your videos are about you know how to attack the topic.

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3 — BRANDING — Make a good header banner and thumbnail template.

4 — VIDEO SEO — Make sure you are optimising your videos. Titles, Descriptions and Tags.

5 — CREATE REGULAR VIDEOS — Aim for 2–3 videos a week and upload on set days. The more content you upload the faster you will get better and more.

6 — HUNT OUT TRENDS — Trending topics is a way to extend your reach into things that people are searching for. If you can twist a trending topic into a video you make, or a news topic, then you might grab some new fresh eyes and new subscribers.

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▶️ 10 MUST SEE Tutorials for New YouTubers
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▶️ How To Get More Subscribers in 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZn7BMXfN3Y&list=PL09mwoOn57VR68oJH8vVKK38t-ymTIVoc

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Alan Spicer YouTube Tips Channel — YouTube Tricks, YouTube Tips & YouTube Hacks to Help Grow Your YouTube Channel. I make YouTube Training Tutorials based on my personal experience on How To Increase YouTube Views, How To Gain YouTube Subscribers and How To Grow A YouTube Brand Online.

I have been on YouTube since 2013 growing an Entertainment and News Channel, MrHairyBrit. Within that time I have made many mistakes but have also learnt many YouTube Hacks that I want to share with you to help you Rank Your YouTube Videos On YouTube, Grow Your YouTube Channel and Get Your Brand Noticed On YouTube.

I also have a background in Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, and Web Design & Development.

We can grow together, We can learn together… Start Creating!

NEED HELP GET IN TOUCH — Alan@HD1WebDesign.com

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How To Get YouTube Subscribers — How To Convert Viewers Into Subscribers

How To Get YouTube Subscribers // Getting subscribers or converting views into subscribers as a new YouTuber can be hard. How To Get More YouTube Subscribers is a question I am asked every day but it’s more about how to get people to subscribe when they are watching your videos. Get YouTube Subscribers by doing some simple tips in all of your videos.

1 — ASK THEM — You need to ask people to subscribe to your channel to remind them to become a new YouTube subscriber

2 — HELP PEOPLE — Lead with value and answer their questions. Teach them something or solve a problem for them.

3 — FOCUS ON A NICHE — Drill down into what you are doing and get specific. Are you doing science? Drill down deep into a specific science eg Biology, Chemistry or Physics and then get more niched. Build up that reputation.

4 — ENGAGE WITH PEOPLE — Reply you comments. Ask them questions… keep the conversations going!

5 — COMMENT ON VIDEOS — Go out into the world of YouTube and star conversations on OTHER YOUTUBERS channels. DO NOT SPAM!

6 — SHARE YOUR VIDEOS — You need to spread your videos around the internet to build your spider web of influence!

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▶️ YouTube Tips 2018 Playlist — Kickstart your YouTube Channel in 2018
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▶️ 10 MUST SEE Tutorials for New YouTubers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NETFLYKZ7Eg&list=PL09mwoOn57VRenAaRqFwtWZJKbEYNcVhZ

▶️ How To Get More Subscribers in 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZn7BMXfN3Y&list=PL09mwoOn57VR68oJH8vVKK38t-ymTIVoc

✅ FREE YOUTUBE TIPS eBOOK/PDF — https://goo.gl/E1LC43
▶️ Suggested YouTube Equipment — http://amzn.to/2sBAs2Q
▶️ Rank Better & More Views with TubeBuddy — www.alanspicer.com/tubebuddy
🔴 Want to go Pro? Need my help? Try YouTube Coaching! — https://goo.gl/ibQuk9

#YouTubeTips #YouTubeTutorials #Tutorials #YouTuber #YouTube #FAQs #Subscribers #TubeBuddy #YouTuberProblems #StartCreating

Alan Spicer YouTube Tips Channel — YouTube Tricks, YouTube Tips & YouTube Hacks to Help Grow Your YouTube Channel. I make YouTube Training Tutorials based on my personal experience on How To Increase YouTube Views, How To Gain YouTube Subscribers and How To Grow A YouTube Brand Online.

I have been on YouTube since 2013 growing an Entertainment and News Channel, MrHairyBrit. Within that time I have made many mistakes but have also learnt many YouTube Hacks that I want to share with you to help you Rank Your YouTube Videos On YouTube, Grow Your YouTube Channel and Get Your Brand Noticed On YouTube.

I also have a background in Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, and Web Design & Development.

We can grow together, We can learn together… Start Creating!

NEED HELP GET IN TOUCH — Alan@HD1WebDesign.com

► THANKS FOR WATCHING PLEASE REMEMBER TO LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE — https://goo.gl/oeZvZr ◄

Note — Some of my links will be affiliate marketing links. These links do not affect the price of the products or services referred to but may offer commissions that are used to help me to fund the free YouTube video tutorials on this channel — thank you for your support.

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How To Make A Youtube Subscribe Link

How To Make A Youtube Subscribe Link 2018

Create YouTube Auto Subscriber Link can help you convert viewers into more subscribers quickly. Make it easier for viewers to subscribe by making a YouTube Channel Subscribe Link that you can share on social media and add to your channel page links.

How To Create Quick YouTube Subscribe Link
1 — Find your YouTube Channel Link or Channel ID — It should looks something like https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkhh_JEXUpT9mAJHOATkIeg or https://www.youtube.com/channel/AlanSpicer
2 — Add ?sub_confirmation=1 to the end of the link
3 — Goto a URL shortener like goo.gl and copy paste the link
4 — BINGO — Time to share and grow your subscribers!

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▶️ YouTube Tips 2018 Playlist — Kickstart your YouTube Channel in 2018
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▶️ 10 MUST SEE Tutorials for New YouTubers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NETFLYKZ7Eg&list=PL09mwoOn57VRenAaRqFwtWZJKbEYNcVhZ

▶️ How To Get More Subscribers in 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZn7BMXfN3Y&list=PL09mwoOn57VR68oJH8vVKK38t-ymTIVoc

✅ FREE YOUTUBE TIPS eBOOK/PDF — https://goo.gl/E1LC43
▶️ Suggested YouTube Equipment — http://amzn.to/2sBAs2Q
▶️ Rank Better & More Views with TubeBuddy — https://goo.gl/PS2RMn
🔴 Want to go Pro? Need my help? Try YouTube Coaching! — https://goo.gl/ibQuk9

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Get More YouTube Subscribers in 2018

Get more subscribers on YouTube in 2018 these YouTube Tips. YouTube can be a fickle beast as it all down to getting YouTube views, getting subscribers and growing your YouTube Channel. 2018 YouTube Tips and Tricks can help you do this by focusing on the basics.

1 – YouTube Tips for 2018 – Channel Watermark is a very underused feature that adds an icon to the bottom of all your videos with a mouseover prompt to subscribe.

2 – Get More YouTube Subscribers in 2018 – Use the Feature Content function to funnel people into your newest video and playlists.

3 – YouTube Tricks 2018 – Channel Banner links on your YouTube channel page is a great place to put your auto subscribe link. Make it easy for them to find ways to subscribe to you.

4 – YouTube Hacks 2018 – YouTube Series Playlists can help boost your YouTube Watch Time and audience retention in 2018.

5 – YouTube Tips – Default Upload Templates make it easier and faster to upload new videos with affiliate links and social media links

6 – BEST YOUTUBE TIPS – USE TUBE BUDDY TO RANK HARDER AND FASTER! – Its FREE and can help you improve your ranking fast! – https://goo.gl/PS2RMn

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Why YOU Are LOSING Subscribers

Everyone asks Why Am I Losing Subscribers! There are many reasons why you are losing subscribers but I have boiled it down into 3 reasons you are losing youtube subscribers – and no its not the YouTube Subscriber Glitch

1 – The YouTube Subscriber Purge – This is when YouTube removes all inactive, spam, bot and dead accounts

2 – Content Change – Over the life of a YouTube channel the content will change and evolve and people might choose to subscribe or unsubscribe due to that change.

3 – Audience Change – Over time youtube subscribers grow up and this may mean they no longer watch your videos as they dont help them anymore. Or they grow up and your content is more what they want to watch and subscribe.

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? Want to go Pro? Need my help? Try YouTube Coaching! – https://goo.gl/ibQuk9