Did you know that asking for people to subscribe will not actually help you scale up?
Several YouTubers get worried when they notice a sudden drop in views when they upload a new video despite having a huge number of subscribers.
There are YouTubers who have millions of subscribers but their videos only garnered thousands of views while others with small subscribers gain a huge amount of viewers.
But why would people subscribe if they wouldn't watch every time you upload?
The truth is, there are several things that you need to watch out for.
Most of the time, YouTubers with big followers upload videos that other subscribers did not sign up for. They might have found your channel very interesting upon watching a few of your videos. However, if you don't deliver videos of the same type, they may be irrelevant to them.
So instead of asking the people to subscribe, urge them to watch another video on your channel.
Contrary to the popular belief, it's not the subscribers who are more important but your views because they are those who are actually interested in the content.
The more views you get, the higher the engagement and the more chance you'll get recognized by the YouTube algorithm.
And if your video gets recognized by the YouTube algorithm, it will be recommended to YouTube users who are interested in the same content.
After reading this, would you still beg for people to subscribe?
More clips from Good Morning Marketers Episode #9
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- How MrBeast Started YouTube at 12 Years Old
- Do YouTube 'Callouts' Help the YouTube Algorithm
- How MrBeast Got Millions of Views on YouTube
- How Much is a Shoutout by MrBeast Worth?
- TikTok vs YouTube Statistics & Controversy
- The Most Viewed TikTok Ever Was BANNED
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