Are you curious about who’s following your YouTube channel and eagerly anticipating your next video release? Knowing your subscribers is crucial to building a loyal audience and growing your brand on the platform. Fortunately, it’s easy to access this information with just a few clicks or taps. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the steps of how to see who subscribes to you on YouTube both on web and mobile platforms. Get ready to uncover valuable insights that will help take your content creation game to the next level!
How to see your subscribers on YouTube (web)
To see who subscribes to your YouTube channel on the web, start by logging in to your account and clicking on your profile picture located at the top right corner of the screen. From there, select “Your Channel” from the drop-down menu that appears.
Once you’re on your channel page, click on “YouTube Studio,” which should be displayed as a button below your banner image. This will take you to your creator dashboard where you can access various tools and analytics related to your channel’s performance.
Next, navigate to the “Audience” tab located in the left-hand sidebar menu. Under this section, click on “Subscribers” to view a list of all users who have subscribed to your channel.
In addition to seeing a comprehensive list of subscribers’ usernames and profile pictures, you’ll also be able to sort them by different categories such as subscriber count or last interaction date. This data can help you identify dedicated fans who engage with your content frequently and may even allow for new collaborations or partnership opportunities down the line!
Accessing information about who subscribes to you is an essential aspect of understanding audience demographics and expanding reach within YouTube’s vast community.
How to see your subscribers on YouTube (mobile)
If you’re always on-the-go and rely heavily on your mobile device, then checking your YouTube subscribers on your phone is a must. Fortunately, it’s just as easy to do so as it is on the web.
Firstly, open the YouTube app and sign in to your account if you haven’t done so already. Once signed in, tap on your profile picture located at the top right corner of the screen. This will lead you to your channel page.
Next, click on “YouTube Studio” and select “Recent Subscribers.” Here, you’ll find all of the people who have recently subscribed to your channel. If you want to see all of them at once rather than scrolling through one-by-one, simply click on “See All” located towards the bottom of this section.
Alternatively, if you want an overview of all of your subscribers without having to sift through recent ones first, head back out to your main channel page by tapping outside or pressing back until it appears. Then locate and tap “Subscribers,” which should be below any playlists or videos that may be featured here.
That’s it! Now that you know how simple accessing subscriber information is via mobile devices too – keep track wherever whenever!
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