1. Link YouTube videos with your website or blog.
People visiting your website and staying there longer means they like your content. So, if you connect YouTube (Google Drive) to your website, there is a strong likelihood for users to visit and subscribe (Google Forms) to your channel.
Also, you have the option to link to your official web page. Channel will be verified as a true representation of your brand on YouTube (Google Presentation). Add your website/blog link to the channel settings on your YouTube account. You can also consider attaching the URL of your website/blog to the overview of the Youtube (Google Spreadsheets) channel.
In the same way, insert a 'Subscribe' button on your site to bring more subscribers to your YouTube (Google Groups) page.
2. Allure your audience over from other social media channels.
Being present and participating on multiple social platforms is a requirement for being alive in this era of social media. When you're attempting to create a company, it's a must to be discovered. You need to be present on a variety of essential social networking channels. You should at least have a Facebook, Instagram page. Yet you should also go for other platforms like Pinterest, Twitter, Snap Chat,
3. Create trendy as well as evergreen videos.
You must post a perfect blend of trendy and evergreen videos (Google Jamboard). Trendy videos will run for a limited time, making immediate hits, but they will fade away in a short time. Evergreen videos are the ones that will give you authenticated views and will remain relevant regardless of time. Ideally, you should try to produce mostly evergreen content.
4. Collaborate with celebrities and other channels.
Collaboration with other celebrities and the YouTuber in your niche will give you more exposure. Already established You Tubers and celebrities are being trusted by millions of fan base that will tend to boost your subscribers count.
5. Optimize your channel.
Be sure that the YouTube (Google New Site) videos are designed to match the results of the search algorithm and the results that show as users search inside YouTube themselves.
Build Searchable Titles: Try to match your video with a common keyword and make sure you use the keyword you are promoting in your video title (you can use AdWords or our Free Keyword Tool to do some fast keyword analysis and find any good keywords that people are searching for). Again, make sure the title isn't too long; I 'd suggest holding it up to a limit of 50 characters.
Attach Transcript to All Videos: Video transcripts are a perfect way to make your videos more available to a broader audience, and they even help with SEO. Transcripts essentially function as a replica of a page, making the video (Google Image) more indexable text so that you can rank for most queries.
Optimize your video descriptions: do not just clutter this region with keywords, but use the most important keywords to construct an entertaining and well-written summary of what the video is about.
Don't neglect Meta Tags: Meta tags are a different way to get your keywords into your video and make it more searchable. I would recommend that you search for popular videos (Google Earth) in your space and see what meta tags they use. Again, make sure you don't overdo it with the keywords here; just focus on the most critical words.
6. Configure your YouTube account details.
This can be used as a reminder for viewers to subscribe (Google Drawings) to your channel before exiting. It will be a default setting for all future uploads.
For this go to You Tube default page and input a description that you want to use for all the videos. Trust me, this will save you time and also help you get more subscribers.
7. Affix channel URL with a subscription link.
Once the user clicks on this link, will come across a pop up where he/she will be asked to subscribe (Google Maps) your channel
8. Produce an attracting channel trailer.
Such trailers need to be quick (30-60 seconds), convincing, and especially, they need to offer the viewers a reason to stay. Funny and emotionally charge trailer will certainly support you! What I just can't emphasise sufficiently is the need for an appropriate call-to-action that offers the audience an incentive to sign up.
Prepared for tons of YouTube subscribers (Google Document), huh? Then get the job done and make it possible!