It would like be writing an essay.
I would say include information that you believe is relevant and something you want your audience to know about. Take that information and say it in your own words, like @Redspan said. That way, you aren't committing entirely to paraphrasing.
This is how I usually order my tags when I type them up for every video:
Order of Tag Categories:
Specific keywords are those that are usually single-worded, and they can be your channel name, a genre, or a brand...
I've never used Reddit to advertise my YouTube channel, but I don't think I'll be using it anytime soon because of reports of trolls and harassers from that outlet.
Have you tried using Facebook? Twitter perhaps? I use both of those, and they're handy when it comes to advertisement because not...
Regardless of the choice made, I wish you the best for your YouTube channel and your future endeavors. Given that a situation such as this came up in your mind, I'm sure you will do well as time goes on. Hoping for the best!
To be honest, what's kind of sad is that nowadays, a large percentage of today's online audience, for both YouTube and Twitch.tv, mainly consist of males with a twisted, immature mind. While I think online, female YouTubers and Twitch streamers deserve just as much attention as men do, the...
In general, it's important to understand that many people on YouTube have a large number of channels they've subscribed to for various reasons.
Like @Craig Payne said above, the least that you could do @Hyrule'sSentinel is remind them about your channel at the beginning and end of videos your...
Are you sure it's just about the subscribers? Why not consider the overall growth, quality, and health of your YouTube channel? To me, those three characteristics matter more to a YouTube channel when accounting for success, monetization, and positive reputation.
While subscribers are...