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How to get real YouTube subscribers in 2022


Nov 12, 2022


There are a lot of people who have YouTube channels and are trying to grow their subscriber count. In this article, I’m going to go over some ways that you can get more people subscribing to your channel in 2022 by providing useful content and engaging with your community.

Buy YouTube subscribers

If you want to boost the number of subscribers on your channel, it’s time to buy YouTube subscribers. You can buy YouTube views, likes and comments from reputable providers but don’t forget that these should come from real accounts too!

So if you have a business that sells toys or clothing for kids, consider buying YouTube subscribers who are interested in seeing videos about those subjects. These will be people more likely to follow your channel and watch more videos once they do so.

Create a YouTube Channel Trailer

You can also create a channel trailer to give viewers an idea of what your channel is about. A channel trailer will let them know what kinds of videos you’ll be posting, and it gives them more context for how they might fit into their lives.

It’s also important that your YouTube channel trailer is professional and well-made, as it will attract people who are interested in watching your content regularly. You want to make sure that the quality of your video reflects the quality of the content you post on YouTube—and if someone watches one of your trailers and likes it, they’ll probably be interested in seeing more!

Grow your channel the organic way

The first step to growing your channel is to create a channel trailer that is engaging. It should be short, sweet and tell people what they can expect from watching your videos. You should also post regularly. Being consistent will show YouTube that you are serious about growing your channel and working hard to hone in on the right audience for it.

As mentioned earlier, post content relevant to your audience without sacrificing quality over quantity (or vice versa). Use keywords in titles and descriptions so that people can find what they are looking for when searching YouTube—but make sure it doesn’t sound like spam! Also make sure all of your videos are high quality so people will want to stay subscribed because of the value provided versus other channels out there trying this pattern as well! Using tags properly is also important because if done properly it will help people find your video regardless of whether or not someone directly searched for a specific keyword previously mentioned within its title/description or tags themselves before watching any videos from said source(s).

Collaborate with bigger channels

The relationships you build with other YouTube creators can be the key to your success. It’s obvious that the more subscribers you have, the better your chances of attracting even more new followers. However, it’s also important to remember that there are plenty of smaller YouTube channels out there that could benefit from collaborating with a larger channel like yours. These collaborations can help your channel grow in several ways:

  • You’ll get exposure for both yourself and your collaborator on another’s audience (which means more subscribers)
  • You’ll work together with someone who shares similar interests as yours (you’ll enjoy working together and may find yourselves motivated by each others’ creativity)
  • You’ll learn something new or take on something challenging because of a different perspective (which means better content)

Create content on a regular basis

Create content on a regular basis. ‘Regular’ is in the eye of the beholder, but we would suggest at least once or twice per week.

Second, create content that is relevant to your target audience. Your target audience could be one person (your mum) or it could be hundreds of thousands of people (the followers of your YouTube channel). If you know who watches your videos, then create content for them!

Third, use keywords in your title and description so that search engines will find you more easily when someone searches for those terms on Google or another search engine.

Fourthly, use good quality images and videos as well as audio clips so that visitors are impressed by what they see when they visit your website/YouTube channel and want to learn more about what you do. Fifthly…

Promote your channel in real life

Not only is it important to think about the ways you can promote your YouTube channel in real life, but also the way you are promoting it. In order to get subscribers and views on YouTube, there are some things that you should consider when promoting your videos.

  • Go to events: There are so many different types of events that take place every day around the globe. If you have a niche or if your content is about something specific, then go out into the world and find those people who would be interested in watching what you have created! Your local town may hold meetups at libraries or bars on occasion; even better than this though would be conventions for certain topics such as gaming or anime conventions (anime cons). These places often attract tons of people who love whatever niche topic they cater towards because it gives them a chance to talk about their interests with others who share those same interests! It’s also nice because these places usually have panels where different professionals can give advice about how best practice techniques within their industry which always helps us learn more about what we do best.”

Post your videos to other social media platforms

Next, post your videos to other social media platforms. This can be done in a variety of ways. If you have a blog, you can embed the YouTube video on it and share it with your email list or social media followers. You could also repurpose the content by writing an article around what was discussed in the video and posting that on another platform such as Reddit or Facebook groups. Another option is to create several different types of content (such as text posts, quizzes or polls) based on your video’s topic and post them all across multiple networks like Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest where they will be seen by people who may not have heard about you before but might want more info now that they’ve seen something interesting from one of their favorite websites/apps/etc.. Whatever method works best for getting eyes on your channel should be considered first!

Use playlists on your YouTube channel

Playlists are a great way to organize your videos. Not only do they help you sort through the best ones, but they also allow you to group them by topic and make it easy for people who subscribe to your channel. If you’re trying to show off different types of content, playlists will be essential in organizing all of your videos in one place.

Don’t forget: there’s no limit on the number of playlists that can be added to a channel. However, once someone subscribes from an individual playlist page (as opposed to subscribing from the main page) that playlist becomes part of their feed and can’t be removed without unsubscribing from all channels associated with it. In other words: one playlist = many options for viewing/sharing content!

Be actively engaged in the comments section of your videos.

  • Be actively engaged in the comments section of your videos.
  • Use the comments section as a way to engage with your audience and promote your other videos.

If you do these things, more people will subscribe to your YouTube channel.

If you do these things, more people will subscribe to your YouTube channel.

  • Buy YouTube subscribers. If you want to get your channel noticed, then the best way to do so is by buying a few thousand YouTube subscribers. This will make it seem like your channel has become popular overnight and will encourage others to follow suit and start watching your videos as well!
  • Create a YouTube Channel Trailer. A good way of getting more subscribers is by creating a trailer for yourself on the platform that highlights all of the things that make up who you are as a creator! For example: what kind of content do I create? What inspired me? What’s my mission statement? Who am I helping through this network? These are all questions worth asking before starting out on this journey so that people know exactly what they’re signing up for when they click “Subscribe” at the end of each video (which leads us nicely into our next point).


So, the next time you’re looking to grow your YouTube channel, don’t forget about these tips. They may seem simple at first glance but their effectiveness has been proven time and again by many people who have used them before us. We hope that you have enjoyed reading this article as much as we enjoyed writing it!


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