How to See Your Subscribers on YouTube
YouTube has revolutionized the way people create and share content online. If you’re an aspiring content creator on this platform, keeping track of your subscribers is essential. Knowing who your subscribers are and how they engage with your content can help you improve your channel and tailor your content to their preferences. In this article, we’ll show you how to see your subscribers on YouTube.
1. Sign in to YouTube
To check your subscribers on YouTube, you must first sign in to your YouTube account. Go to the YouTube website, click on the sign-in button on the top right corner of the screen, and enter your credentials.
2. Click on your profile icon
Once you’ve signed in, click on your profile icon on the top right corner of the screen. This will open a dropdown menu.
3. Click on YouTube Studio
From the dropdown menu, click on YouTube Studio. This will take you to the YouTube Studio dashboard.
4. Click on the Audience tab
On the left-hand side of the YouTube Studio dashboard, click on the Audience tab. This tab will show you information about your audience, including your subscribers.
5. Go to the Subscribers tab
Once you’re on the Audience tab, click on the Subscribers tab. This tab will show you information about your subscribers, including their demographics, location, and when they subscribed to your channel.
6. View your subscribers
In the Subscribers tab, you can view all your subscribers. You can sort them by relevance, whether they are public or private, or by recent activity.
For example, you can sort by relevance to see subscribers who are most engaged with your content. You can also sort by recent activity to see subscribers who have interacted with your content recently.
7. Export your subscriber data
If you want to analyze your subscriber data further, you can export it. To do this, click on the export button on the top right corner of the Subscribers tab. You can export your subscriber data in either CSV or XLS format.