Tuesday, March 5, 2019

How to hide youtube subscriber

How to hide subscriber on youtube

Every small YouTuber applies this and hide subscriber because when someone sees your video and they saw your subscriber is very less, they Pause your video and didn't like your video and didn't subscriber your channel. Your video didn't rank or suggest a list.
Youtube has this option for small Youtuber cause they know first you didn't get many more subscribers or like. This option is very helpful for small YouTubers.

How to hide subscriber:-

Rule 1.

follow my steps-

1. Open your Youtube 
2.Sign in

3.Youtube studio(Beta)

5.Another setting
6.Advance channel setting

7.Subscriber count(below)

8. Do not display the number of people subscribers to my channel.

Rule 2.

1. To deactivate your subscriber count, sign in to your YouTube account, click the Profile badge, then select Creator Studio. Go to the Channel section > Advanced.

2. Next, go to the Subscriber Count section and select Do not display the number of people subscribed to my channel.

Rule 3.

When you tell people you have a YouTube channel, one of the most common questions asked is, "Oh, how many subscribers do you have?" And the answer may be, none of your business!

When you are logged in to YouTube, you should see your channel logo in the top right-hand corner of most YouTube screens. This is currently in beta but will become the standard as 2019 progresses.  in order to hide subscriber counts from the public, you click on the settings button in the bottom left-hand corner. Click on Channel >> Advanced where you’ll see a checkbox that says display the number of people subscribed to my channel.

Why Hide Your YouTube Subscriber?
 how are you hide your subscriber count? The burning question now is why would you do this? The regular feeling is that having a noticeable supporter check can either include or remove an incentive from your channel. A lot of video creators with smaller channels say, less than a hundred subscribers, are worried that viewers will be immediately switched off from their content because they don't have a perceived audience watching their content already.

That may be a valid point. When you watch any video from youtube, and you see a channel with lots of subscribers, does that convince you more to subscribe to their channel than content from another video maker which is similarly as great, yet has a little number of endorsers? But as subscriber counts are by default public, what kind of message does that send if a creator makes a conscious decision to hide them?

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