7 Tips To Get more Youtube Subscribers | SMMSUMO

1. Go Crazy and Edit like a Perfectionist

You might have a tight schedule because you are trying to upload frequently. But this doesn’t mean that you can compromise on the video quality. You have to spend a reasonable amount of time in post-production to alchemize your mediocre video cuts to a kickass vlog.
Also, take multiple takes of shots that you aren’t very confident about. Add effects wherever necessary. Do this in a way that makes you stand out.
Remember, the more creative your videos look, the more are the chances of getting subscribers!
Check out these tips on how to edit your youtube videos

2. Post Useful Content Consistently

This is one of the most difficult things to do as a content creator. If you take a look around YouTube you might think that every video under the sun has been created and that is most likely true, but you can put your own spin on a popular topic. For example, there are many “unboxing” tech videos…what if you created a “reboxing” and talk about the various components of tech while you put it back in the box? The key here is creativity and that will certainly boost subscriptions.

3. Create a channel Trailer exclusively for new visitors

The only video on Youtube that autoplays is your channel trailer. But very few use this golden feature to their advantage. And you should be amongst those very few.

The key to an irresistible trailer video are three things:

A catchy start: The number one reason I bounce from a youtube channel an annoying channel trailer. The first 5-10 seconds is crucial. It sets an expectation for the rest of the video. So make sure it makes people stick.

Keep it short: It should be short and simple. Remember, people didn’t click to play this video. So you can’t expect them to watch a long 10-minute video. Stick to something less than 90 seconds.

A clear CTA: You should explicitly tell them why they should subscribe to your channel. What kind of value addition can you bring to their life? What is your USP? It should hit their most significant pain point.

4. Name Your Videos Strategically

One of the most difficult things is to name your video. You have the name in your head, but it may be something complex or too long. My rule is to keep it basic and use the YouTube autocomplete to name the video. There is nothing wrong with your video having the same name or something close to a popular video, as long as it’s relevant.

5. Create Great Playlists

Do you have a series of videos that go together? Group them together in a playlist. It’ll encourage people to binge watch them and they’ll be more likely to subscribe to your channel because they’ll want to see your next video.

6. Create Searchable Titles

Most people pick their titles last and don’t put much thought into them. I used to do the same thing when I was writing an article. I’d write the article, and then just pick the first title that popped in my head. That was a big mistake. Come up with a great title first and more people will find your videos and subscribe to your channel

7. Spruce Up Your Channel Design

Most visitors first impression of you is from your channel and your design. This is where visitors interact and get to know what you are about. Create a engaging header and show off your brand. On my channel, we were intentional about our design making it fit into our overall branding strategy. The key takeaway is to design with purpose.



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