This post looks at 5 ways to get more subscribers on YouTube in 2012 - With the increasing release of new internet innovations, new tools and services is changing the way we market and promote our online profiles, whether it be Facebook or Twitter or anything else, and your YouTube channel is of course no exception.
There are now many new ways to promote views and increase subscribers compared to how we did things even 12 months ago. The old methods of getting more subscribers on YouTube still work, don’t ever underestimate those old school tactics, but how about some new ones?
Ways to get more Subscribers on YouTube in 2012
1. Post your videos on Pinterest – Pinterest is the talk of 2012 as far as photo sharing and social book marking is concerned. If you’re not on Pinterest, check out some of the reasons why you might want to consider it. One of the best ways to get your videos shared virally in 2012 is to pin them to a Pinterest board.
Simply create a new pin board and title it ‘YouTube Videos and Tutorial’ and start pinning. If you have the ‘pin it’ button installed into your browser this couldn’t be easier. Pinning your videos is a great way to generate more views and new subscribers to you’re your channel.
2. Add videos to your Scoop.it page – I’m sure you’ve come across Scoop.it the content curation site. As well as content and images you can also add your videos to a Scoop.it page. Create a new topic and title it ‘YouTube videos and tutorials’ and add all your videos to this page. Allow others to add related videos to your page for increased visibility. Share on Facebook and Twitter and other social book marking sites.
3. Add your channel to your Klout profile – Klout is a popular social influence site and many bloggers have a profile setup. If you don’t have a Klout account you can register for one using your Facebook or Twitter log in credentials. You can then link your YouTube channel with your Klout profile.
4. Share videos on your Blog – Blogging is hotter than ever and is probably one of the best ways to get your readers subscribing to your YouTube channel. Create a mini post with some content and embed your videos into your post. Do this for each and every video you have already uploaded on YouTube, you’ll be surprised by how many new subscribers you get by doing this.
5. Share videos on your Google Plus page – If you have a Google Plus profile or business page, consider sharing a link to your videos on your page. Add a short description and ask viewers to subscribe to your channel, remember that old motto, ‘if you don’t ask you don’t get…’