You've created a YouTube account, shot a great video, and you're ready to stream subscribers. But where are they? Here are some ways to get more subscriptions to your channel and more social media sharing on YouTube.
Upload new content every week
A schedule of one new video per week is ideal for keeping viewer engagement and subscriptions going. If you play your video too often, your viewers will feel overwhelmed and can't find the content they want.
If you play the video too infrequently, your viewers will get bored and their attention will drift away. Video producer like Bottlerocket can optimize their time by recording multiple videos in one session and using YouTube tools to schedule their videos to be played back regularly.
Fill in the title, caption, and description completely
Every video you upload is an SEO optimization waiting to be done. Write a long, descriptive title that includes the keywords and key phrases that viewers will use to rate your video. No need to send keywords as spam.
Connect with other content creators
Social media sharing systems are a great way to find other content creators subscribing to your channel when you subscribe to theirs. Share your channel with others in your area of interest, as well as with other YouTube content creators, on targeted forums, email groups, Facebook groups, and even offline meetings of people with the same interests.