How Long Have I Been Subscribing To A YouTube Channel?
If you are asking yourself how long have I been subscribed to a YouTube channel, it’s time to find out. You can get subscription statistics for any channel at YouTube, and you will get the answer of how long you have subscribed to YouTube in the number of views. This is one of the easiest ways to know how many subscribers are on a certain channel, and the format that YouTube uses for counting the views. The most common way is to use the day/month/year format, since this gives a more accurate data.
Once you have decided which channel you’d like to subscribe to, go to the channel and sign up. Usually you will be asked to create an account with your name and email address. Once you’ve done that, you will see a verification link next to the name and email address you used to sign up for YouTube. Check that it’s there before you try to log in! Failure to see this message often means that the verification email was not sent because YouTube servers often send it automatically when a subscriber logs in.
See how many subscriptions are on the channel right now? Find out how many subscribers are on the main page. Once you have found out how many subscribers are on the main page, go to the channel and subscribe. There you will see the number of subscriptions. To see how many subscribers are on each video, click on “Subscribe to YouTube” near the bottom of the page.
Find out how many subscribers are watching the video right now. Go to the channel you were just before and scroll down. Now it will tell you how many people are watching the video. If there are more subscribers than views, that means people are subscribing to that channel. If there are fewer subscribers than views, then the video isn’t very popular and they aren’t following any of your friends. You can see this by the “subscribe to YouTube” button at the top of the page.
A lot of YouTube channels don’t tell you how long you’ve been subscribing to them. On the main page of the channel, find the video’s section. The “Subscriber Information” area should be displayed. You can also see how many videos are being watched now.
Check to see if your friend’s subscription has expired. If they have unsubscribed recently, they won’t be able to view any videos on that channel. If you’re seeing lots of “Sorry” or “Unsubscribe” messages here and you’re not sure why, you might have to upgrade your membership. The upgrade costs $5.00 each month, so you should consider this.
If you see “Subscriber Information updates” notifications in your inbox, you might want to look at this. The last time you updated your information, it might take several minutes for it to propagate through all of your email accounts. Sometimes it will take even longer to propagate to YouTube, so this is why you might see “Subscriber Information updates” messages in your email inbox even if you haven’t subscribed to the video yet. Make sure you’ve at least updated your subscription info if you haven’t just to make sure that YouTube knows you want to watch the video.
Last but not least, you should subscribe to the video’s channel. Just go to the channel and subscribe with a user name you recognize. You should also make an account just for the channel, even if it’s not an official YouTube channel. Also add any of your other channels to your list of associated channels to streamline things when you have multiple video’s to watch. This way, if you ever get a link to a page on a video’s channel that isn’t a YouTube channel, you can stream it directly from your other streaming sources instead of having to redirect everything.