YouTube is a platform that rewards engagement, and likes and subscriptions are two of the most important forms of engagement. When someone likes a video or subscribes to a channel, it sends a signal to YouTube’s algorithm that the content is valuable and should be promoted.

Youtubers ask viewers to like and subscribe to their channel because it helps their videos to perform better on the platform. The more likes a video receives, the higher it will appear in search results and recommended videos, which means more people will see it. Similarly, when someone subscribes to a channel, they are more likely to see the creator’s future videos in their feed, which can lead to more views, likes, and shares.

As a result, asking viewers to like and subscribe is a common strategy for YouTubers who want to grow their audience and increase their visibility on the platform. It’s a simple and effective way to encourage viewers to engage with their content and help them reach new audiences.

Now what is the hack to get more subscribers??

The “?sub_confirmation=1” is a parameter that can be added to the end of a YouTube subscription link. When someone clicks on a subscription link with this parameter, it will display a confirmation message that asks if the viewer wants to subscribe to the channel.

For example, if a YouTuber shares a link to their channel and includes “?sub_confirmation=1” at the end of the link, it will look like this:

When someone clicks on this link, they will be taken to the YouTuber’s channel page, and a pop-up message will appear that says “Confirm Subscription.” The viewer can then click on the “Subscribe” button to confirm their subscription to the channel.

Adding this parameter to a subscription link can be a useful way to encourage viewers to subscribe to a channel because it provides an additional confirmation step that can increase the likelihood that someone will follow through and subscribe.

Please note that if your channel has not qualified for a YouTube custom URL, you can still use your Channel ID.  This is commonly found in the Settings/Advanced Setting tab of your YouTube Account.

Go ahead and put this link (with the ?sub_confirmation=1 parameter) in your video description (preferably the first line) and watch your YouTube subscriber count grow!

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