1. Interacting with Fans
Once you’ve created your YouTube account (and your obligatory Google+ Profile, these days) and uploaded some videos you will slowly start getting subscribers and fans.
Staying in touch with your fans on YouTube is very important.
Users interacting on your video such as liking, subscribing, favoriting, and commenting, among other things is a key metric that YouTube uses in ranking videos in its searches.
And as noted above, YouTube gets a lot of searches.
Interacting with your fans also makes them keep coming back for more. It makes sense, in the same way that a good blogger replies to the comments on his or her blog for instance.
Most people do this simply by replying to the comments on their videos but we can take advantage of recent YouTube changes to do much bigger things.
2. Find Your Fans With My YouTube Hack
The first thing we want to do is to find a list of all of our fans on YouTube.
Just go to YouTube and click on your channel name in the top right. After that, click Video Manager.
On the next page on the left side of your screen you will see a tab called Community – click it, this is where the pot of gold is hiding.
This will show you a list of people who have interacted with your videos.
The key here is it is a list of people that have interacted with your videos, NOT just your Subscribers. It doesn’t list every single person, only the most influential, and is updated daily.
On this page you can set up various “rules” to filter who you want to see such as whether they are in a G+ circle, how long they have been subscribed and so forth.
The two things we’re interested in though is engagement and subscribers each for their own reasons.
3. Secret YouTube Subscribers Hack – Engaging The Engaged
First we’ll look at engagement. Click on the button called Sort by and select Engagement.
What you’ve got is a list of people that tend to interact with your videos a lot – essentially, great fans. The most engaged are at the top and the least on the bottom.
YouTube doesn’t give us the exact details about who these people are but as far as I can tell the list tends to vary a lot from time to time and it doesn’t show everyone.
4. Creating a Google+ Circle
Last but not least you can also create a G+ Circle with your top fans in it automatically through the Community tab.
While in the tab, click on Insights. If it’s your first time doing it you’ll be prompted to create a G+ circle so just do that, and wait while it gathers information.
It seems to have limited advantages right now as it only adds your top 10 fans. I’m assuming that later on YouTube will expand it or make it easier to continually add more fans to the list.
Once the list is created however you’ll get information on what other channels your fans usually watch, what other videos they seem interested in and some demographic information.
Essentially a breakdown of your top fans and their interests. Since it’s only 10 its limited to what you can do but it’s a feature I would keep an eye on!
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