I’ve been out of touch a few days, in fact, most of last week due to massive technical difficulties, but I’m gradually getting it back under control. It’s interesting when your computer goes out of commission while you’re depending upon it fully. I’m remedying this by having purchased a second computer.
Yesterday, I saw a video on YouTube that had a link in it to Subscribe to the user’s channel. It seemed like a simple thing to do and it could be helpful in building the all-powerful List.
So, I searched in YouTube for instructions on this and a few videos came that were of such poor quality yet still had a few thousand views, I was astounded. After I figured out how to do it, I needed to put my own video up, hopefully adding more quality and value to those also wondering how to add a subscribe link to YouTube.
Here’s How I Add A Subscribe Link Within Videos On YouTube
I hope this is helpful for you. You can see how this doesn’t take very long at all.
Though this can certainly help remind your viewers to subscribe, it doesn’t do a damn thing for getting viewers in the first place. To do that, it is very important that you title your videos with relevant keywords and add a length description that explains as much as you can about the video. The point of the description is to make it a searchable file. The first couple sentences should have whatever you most want your viewers to see, such as important links.
YouTube also offers a Tag section in your Upload or Video Manager areas. I’ve made the mistake in the past in using Tags that just aren’t searchable keywords. Use words or phrases that you think people might actually type into a Search box and that will make sense when they find your video.