YouTube Subscribers are your Biggest Fans. Your fans watch, share and take action on your content. So, obviously, the more…the better! Here is one simple trick for increasing your subscribers on YouTube: Share the YouTube Direct-to-Subscribe Linkwith your audience and other followers online.
The YouTube Direct to Subscribe Link
Below is the link that will direct any web visitor straight to your YouTube Channel page to confirm subscription to your YouTube account! To see it in action, Click Here to Subscribe to MY YouTube Channel. Did it work?Here’s the LINK for you to share with YOUR fans and followers
Simply swap out the “CHANNELID” with your Youtube Channel Name and share!
See it in Action:
7 Ways to Use the YouTube Direct-to-Subscribe Link
Just having a link that gets people to subscribe to your channel isn’t enough. You need people to see the link, and get them to click it! Below are seven unique ways you can use the Direct-to-Subscribe Link to increase your YouTube Fan base! Note: For best results, give people a reason to subscribe first (ie. produce great content on a consistent basis)
1. YouTube Video Descriptions
Add your subscribe link inside the descriptions of all your Past, Present and Future YouTube videos with a strong call to action
2. Facebook It!
Post a cool image or screen shot teasing your fans with an upcoming video and let people know they need to subscribe to “stay tuned.”
3. Tweet it!
Tweet about an upcoming set videos with a call to action to subscribe! Use a url shortener!
4. Blog Sidebar!
On my sidebar, you’ll notice I have the YouTube Subscribe Widget. You can use that OR a direct-subscribe link. Either work! (Widget Embed Code Below)
5. Below Your Embedded Videos
Try adding your subscribe link directly above or below one of your embedded YouTube Videos on your blog!
6. Your Email Signature
Add a short Call to Action to subscribe in your email signature
7. Blast it!
And finally, send a broadcast to your email list with a call to action to subscribe!!
The YouTube Subscribe Widget
As a little bonus, I’ve included the embed code for the YouTube Subscribe Widget! Great for adding to your blog sidebar (like I did!)
<iframe id="fr" src="http://www.YouTube.com/subscribe_widget?p=addYouTube Username here" style="overflow: hidden; height: 105px; width: 300px; border: 0;" scrolling="no" frameBorder="0"></iframe>