by ClaraBreen

“How to Get Your First 100 YouTube Subscribers!” Part 1″ devoted itself to identifying a niche, building a video library, and delivering content on a consistent basis. In Part 2, we’ll delve a little deeper into additional methods for surpassing the 100-subscriber threshold on YouTube. Additionally, after you get 100 subscribers, you will be allowed to design your own channel URL. So, let’s get started with the advice!

How to Get 100 YouTube Subscribers!

  1. Put your editing and design talents to the test.
  2. Concentrate on creating content for a certain specialised audience.
  3. Be open to learning from your mistakes, tweaking, testing new content, experimenting, and repeating the process!
  4. Learn from the most popular channel in your field.
  5. Create a brand for your channel.

# 1 Put your editing and design skills to the test!

You’ll automatically enhance your video editing skills when you start generating videos on YouTube. If you’re having difficulties getting the most out of your video editing software, look for tutorials on YouTube. There are usually tutorials on how to use the editing application better on the website of the editing programme you use. To improve your editing abilities, consider purchasing a course from Udemy or joining Skillshare.

Beginner editing apps like Imovie and Filmora (for PC) are excellent. Adobe Rush is likewise a speedy and easy-to-use editing software. When you’re ready to take your skills to the next level, Final Cut Pro, DaVinci Resolve, and Adobe Premiere Pro are all more advanced professional tools with colour grading, audio levels, and motion graphics options. Many people may be enticed by DaVinci Resolve’s free version. I would advise beginners to avoid Adobe Premiere Pro because it has a steeper learning curve.

Be sure to learn some graphic design abilities as you begin to improve your video editing talents. Check out YouTube videos on how to get the most out of Canva if you’re using it to make thumbnails. Photoshop and PicMonkey are two popular thumbnail-creation applications. Thumbnails are more crucial than ever before, so don’t scrimp on creating a stunning, attention-getting thumbnail. If you’d like to learn more about how to promote your YouTube channel, click here to read this post!

So, in Part 1 we discussed choosing a niche. Now in part 2, we will discuss the importance of defining your target audience or target subscribers. If you want to reach 100 subscribers on youtube, you need to focus on a specific audience! As Sean Cannell and Benji Travis from the channel Video Influencers, says,” If you try to reach everybody, you end up reaching nobody!”

If your niche is entrepreneurship, for example, you should determine which age group you want to target. Determining which age group you can best reach is an excellent strategy to choose an age group. A group of people your age is usually the best. You can add five years above and below your own age to the group. If you’re 25, your target audience will most likely be between the ages of 20 and 30. Naturally, you’ll have some younger and older viewers, but your target demographic will most likely be between the ages of 20 and 30.

Weight loss is another significant specialty, although there are many distinct audiences for weight loss. If you’re a 45-year-old woman, your target market will most likely be women over 40 who want to lose weight. If you’re a 22-year-old college student trying to get in shape, your target audience will most likely be other college students. As a result, you should include videos that are relevant to that demographic.

These are just a few pointers to help you figure out who your target audience is so you can focus on creating the greatest content to attract them and gain subscribers!

#3 In every video, be willing to learn from your mistakes and improve!

It’s not always simple to get your first 100 subscribers. You’ll be creating a lot of stuff throughout this time, often for the first time. Each time you make a new video, you will have the opportunity to improve.

The following are some questions you can ask yourself as you create:

  • Is it possible that I piqued my viewer’s interest at the start of the video?
  • What did you think of my editing?
  • Could I make the illumination better?
  • Is my voice audible?
  • Was it too long or too short of a video?
  • Was this video appropriate for my target audience?
  • Is it true that I didn’t include any calls to action or engagement?
  • Have I used interesting B-Roll?
  • In the description, I added useful links and information?
  • Is the music enhancing or detracting from the video? Is it possible that the volume is too high?

Always think about how you may improve your content and channel by reflecting and thinking about it. The next point will assist you in doing so as well!

#4 Study the Most Popular Channel in Your Field!

So you want to go to 100 YouTube subscribers? Studying other channels that are similar to what you want to do is a wonderful place to start. How many people are on their mailing list? Examine their movies, branding, music, and colours to see what appeals to you. Make use of this information to assist you determine how to make your videos and brand your channel so that it stands out.

Take a look at the thumbnails, fonts, and titles they’ve created. They will also assist you in coming up with ideas for your own. Of course, don’t replicate their style; instead, assist in the development of your own own style. Under the video tab, look for their most popular videos. This will also provide you with some ideas for popular videos that you might make for your channel. Examining successful channels in your niche and beyond will help you come up with new ways to improve your channel and achieve your first 100 subscribers!

#5 Make Your Branding Stick!

Colors, typefaces, logos (optional), music, and the overall atmosphere of your channel are all factors to consider when branding. Do you want your channel to be light and bright or dark and moody? Choose images, fonts, and colours that support this. That way, if a viewer views your video while scrolling through his recommended feed, they’ll recognise your branding and realise it’s your video even if they don’t see the channel name!

Why Do You Need a Brand?

Creating a branded theme and design for your channel also conveys a message to casual viewers that you are serious about your channel and have taken the time to create one. Viewers are more inclined to subscribe if they notice this. So take some time to sit down and think about how you want your channel to be branded. If you’re looking for inspiration, YouTube has plenty of videos to help you brand your channel.

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