Create useful content
Video content can be split into several categories such as educational, entertaining, inspiring and many others. If you want to attract subscribers, it’s best to create educational videos. Don’t just stick to creating certain type of videos. Have some variety also. Like you can create an instructional video on some days, other days you could have product reviews, critics, challenges, show your workspace, tools, interview other artists and more.
Use clear thumbnails
Your thumbnail should be descriptive in the sense that people should get what your video is about at one glance. If you’re using a screenshot, make sure it’s taken at a good angle. You want the thumbnail to be attention grabbing. You can also design some sort of frame, use certain fonts, or even draw yourself as a character to be used in the thumbnail.
Share your videos on other social media sites
If you have other social media sites, you can also share the video at those sites so that your video reaches more people. You can also use the same brand name, profile picture on other social media sites to create a consistent identity. And add links or embed your video to your social media sites so that people can check out your other sites. You can also share your videos in related sites or forums.
Practice good SEO techniques for writing your title and video description
Most people are going to find your video through search. Make your titles and video descriptions descriptive. Tell the audience what the video is about, what they can expect. Make sure the thumbnail is related and makes sense. Even if no people reads the description, Google will read the description. Oh, your video will be ranked in Youtube and Google search.
Grow Your Youtube Channel By Embedding Videos On Your Blog
Having a detailed blog to coincide with your YouTube channel can give people the option to learn from reading, watching, or both. If you already have a blog up and running, then you should try to embed your YouTube videos on your blog and promote them to your audience. You can also add a YouTube widget to your website or blog.
Grow YouTube Channel With Ads
Using Organic growth for your YouTube channel is great but adding a bit of paid promotion can speed things up a bit. Creating a YouTube ad campaign helps to drive viewers and subscribers to your page. Create an ad within your budget, like only paying when someone watches your video ad or clicks on your link.
Grow YouTube Channel With YouTube Cards
YouTube cards are interactive “panels” that slide in and out when your video is almost done playing; the aim is to encourage viewers with content that they might be interested in. You can add up to 5 cards, which include images, text, or clickable links.