How Major Channels Keep Their Subscribers Watching

One of the most important things to remember with YouTube is needing to keep subscribers. There are a lot of ways to keep subscribers, and they are quite simple and easy to do.

Here are just a few ways to keep your subscribers loyal to your channel.

1. Keep your content current.

The most important thing to remember is to keep content current. Channels who don’t post regularly will be passed over for those who do. Posting once every week like Jenna Marbles or once a day like Shane Dawson will keep the subscribers following along.

Keep a schedule and stick to it. Subscribers don’t like to be bogged down by lots of videos. Put videos into playlists so the topic can be found easier.

This video shows how posting quality content is better than posting as much as one can.

2. Give your videos detailed descriptions.

Most videos fail because they have little or no descriptions. Grammar is quite important in a description of a video. Subscribers will be less inclined to watch a video where a transcript and description are full of grammatical errors.

Beauty vlogger Loey Lane and comedian Lilly Singh use their video descriptions to list their social media accounts as well as merchandize links. Keep the description short but full of important information.

This video gives some tips of how to create great descriptions.

3. Customize your channel to make it unique.

Channel customization is a free thing that most channel creators are not using. There are Google apps that can help make your channel unique. Vloggers such as Tana Mongeau and The Gabbie Show create colorful headers to help capture their subscribers’ attention. The more unique the channel is, the better it will be remembered.

This video shows how to create channel art.

Creating a channel that appeals to subscribers is quite important. Once you get subscribers, you will want to keep them watching. By following these simple steps, you can keep your subscribers and gain a better following.

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*Emily Thornton is an English Teacher who has a love of Journalism. She loves to read, write, and watch videos (music and fails).

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