CTA’s for our New YouTube Channel

Posted November 10, 2021 in

Larry Kagan

WANTED: More Qualified Leads

When launching a new YouTube channel is our primary objective to get subscribers? How many subscribers do we need in order to be able to earn the added functionality to push viewers to our company website?

Should we also have CTA‘s for likes and alerts? Or should we just focus on adding subscribers initially?

Also, what best practices do you suggest for CTA’s for us to maximize getting subscribers to our YouTube channel? Any specific techniques, tricks or tips you can suggest? I’m all ears.
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Mark Reynolds
Thanks for you input there Devon, great advice. On the Youtube Channel naming, that's interesting. So still have your brand in the channel name, but more about what your audience is looking for? Would be interesting to see examples?  I see IMPACT's is "They Ask, You Answer taught by IMPACT" so a good example I'm guessing?
Devon McCarty
Hey Mark!

Here are a couple of other examples in line with my conversation with Larry above:  
 - The Lifting & Rigging Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzG1YYEUAw8hZKBr2CrCwVw
- The Metal Roofing Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfsI1wHweRQobI3iQCVzQQg

"Taught by" and "Presented by" are a few ways to include your brand, which is why our marketing team took that approach with it. 

Ultimately, when they hit your channel, they should know exactly what they'll be learning should they become a subscriber. 
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