If there’s one thing that every brand wants more of on YouTube, it’s engagement. But how do you know if your YouTube audience is engaging with your video content? One way to find out is to look at the number of comments and shares that each video has received, also known as YouTube interactions.
Use A Call To Action In Your YouTube Videos
A call to action is a statement that encourages YouTube viewers to take a specific action. You must use calls to action in your videos because they help increase engagement on YouTube and help you build an audience for future YouTube videos. Some examples of calls-to-action on YouTube are “Subscribe” and “Share”.
The Subscribe call-to-action tells viewers that if they want more content from you, they should subscribe (or sign up) for your channel by adding it to their subscription list. If someone doesn’t subscribe, then they won’t see any new videos from you when they visit YouTube in the future.
Sharing is another way for people who like what you have created or said about it online with others who may not have seen it yet. When someone shares something on social media sites, other users might see those posts within their newsfeeds which increase exposure even further.
Encourage Your YouTube Customers To Engage With You
As a YouTube creator, it’s important to encourage your customers to engage with you for better YouTube interactions. You can do this by asking for comments, likes, shares, and feedback. By asking for input from your audience, you are opening up communication channels that will allow them to provide valuable information about their needs and wants.
Add A YouTube Comments Feature To Your Videos
If you want to increase interactions with your YouTube audience, then one of the most effective ways is to add a YouTube comments feature to your videos. This is a great way for viewers to interact with each other in real-time and share their thoughts about what they’re watching.
It’s also important that you make it easy for viewers to comment on your videos by having them visible at the bottom of the screen while they’re playing or during pauses between scenes.
Actively Seek Out Other Channels’ Audiences And Invite Them
One of the best ways to find channels that have similar content and audience is to go through YouTube’s suggested channels, which are based on your subscriptions. You should also search for other creators who fit the criteria above and start following them on social media.
Once they’ve followed you back, tell them why their YouTube channel is awesome and ask if they’d be interested in collaborating with you on something–like a video together or even just an interview where each of you answers questions about your experience with making videos online.