When you put a lot of time and hard work into your video content, it's important to make sure your subscribers and new potential viewers have every chance possible to see your latest work. In this article, we’re going to provide a quick overview on how YouTube notifies your subscribers when you upload new content. We’ll also show you the steps to take to make sure your viewers never miss your latest releases.
When uploading a new public video, YouTube, by default, will list the video in your subscriber’s Subscriptions Feed.
But not every subscriber will check their Subscription Feed, and even if they do, it may be when you haven’t uploaded a video recently. This is where YouTube Notifications come into play. Once a user subscribes to your channel, their notifications can be managed via the bell next to your subscribe button.
YouTube automatically sets every user’s notifications to ‘Personalized’, giving occasional tailored notifications to subscribers when you upload new videos. However, for subscribers to get notified upon every release, they’ll need to manually change from ‘Personalized’ notifications to ‘All’.
This switch will ensure that your subscribers will get push notifications for all of your new content. This step takes only two clicks and can make a huge difference. Additionally, it may be helpful to include a call-to-action within your video telling subscribers to press the bell and switch to ‘All’ notifications to ensure they don’t miss out on your newest videos.
We hope you find this guide helpful, and as always, for more information including this or any other YouTube-related features, feel free to contact us.