If there is one metric that indicates how well your channel is performing on YouTube, it's the growth of your subscriber numbers. An increase in subscribers shows that viewers find your content valuable, and engaging, and there's nothing that YouTube likes more than a happy user base. So, apart from creating amazing videos that people love, how else can you bump those numbers up?
Well......instead of linking to your YouTube channel and hoping people click "Subscribe" when they get there, or even making your channel link into a button that says 'Subscribe Please', you could use the following excellent little trick to speed up the process and allow for automated subscriptions.
Automatic YouTube Channel Subscription Link
Here is how it works - Use the following URL convention -
Just replace "nalts" with your own username and you're done. For example, click here for ReelSEO's YouTube channel ;-)
Any users who are logged into YouTube already need only to click that link and then confirm the subscription and they'll be added. Sweet!
YouTube Subscriber Metric More Important Than Ever
YouTube subscriptions are more important than ever now that the site has removed the Home Page Spotlight moderators and replaced them with an algorithm. The algorithm measures how fast your subscriptions are rising, and if they're rising fast enough, you'll be considered for front-page feature status. And whenever you can remove extra clicks between your target audience and your eventual conversion action, you will almost always see conversions rise. So everyone… get out there and start using this link… and then come back here and let us know how it impacted your subscription rate.
Once you've got 5,000 subscribers, you'll be able to use Tubular's free Audience Dashboard tool. With it, you'll be able to find collab partners, be notified when someone influential tweets your videos, and track your daily views, subs and engagements
We'd like to thank our friend Nalts for finding this. I'm not sure if you have made WillVideoForFood a daily read yet or not, but if you haven't then you're missing out. Amongst the great marketing and video creation advice and the fun viral clips Nalts posts are some really great tips and nuggets that you just don't find anywhere else. H/T to Nalts for this one - great find!