A typical video gets fewer views than it’s channel has in subscribers. Not every subscriber is on YouTube every day and even if they are, they’re not all interested in every single video you publish. But there are some tips for how to keep more of your subscribers engaged. Here’s what I’m doing to keep as many subscribers watching my videos as possible.

The one thing I left out of this video, though, is that I’ve learned that titles and thumbnails are VERY important for enticing clicks to your videos. For this channel, the titles must address a need each creator feels and tease at some critical information. If you pay attention to which videos on your channel get the most views within the first day or two of publishing it, you’ll start to learn what titles and thumbnails work best for your subscribers, too.

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