Here are some useful tips on how to get views on YouTube and subscribers.
Create awesome YouTube thumbnails: Thumbnails may seem as irrelevant, but they are the most essential pieces of static visuals you can create and use on YouTube to attract users. They’re like book covers from old times. They sell your stories, and they show your story to the audience. This is why they should be designed accordingly, with marketing in mind.
Be brand consistent: Consistency is one of the most critical marketing assets you have. All you need to do is to stand up to your brand values and brand visual assets. This, and of course, the clear schedule of content distribution, so that people will know when to check for a new video episode and plan their time according to your editorial time.
Insert high-volume keywords: In a descriptive and interesting title for your video will let the algorithm sort the content based on relevancy. But more importantly, it will inform viewers what your video is about.
Add an end screen to your video to drive in more traffic: You can add end screens to the last 5 to 20 seconds of all your videos. You can use them to promote your channel, other videos you may have, etc. You can also use them to encourage viewers to subscribe to your channel.