If you are someone who’s running a channel with the cuts and clips about your favorite K-pop band, you’re definitely able to easily and quickly increase views on YouTube videos. It doesn’t matter if you’re using a YouTube app or a web-version, basically, you’re free to better your statistics however you feel is more convenient to you.
Sadly enough, there is no ultimate way to make the views flow on your channel like a river, but you can work on attracting more fans like you to your channel. For instance, make sure that the comments section is alive and that there are some discussions going on in it all the time.
To do this, you yourself will have to spend some time responding to those comments that you already have on the channel. Yes, this is a time-consuming process, but it will pay off after — you may want to not only collect K-pop videos on your channel, but also somehow monetize the content. And in this case, every comment and every subscriber will count.
It is clear that views come along with new subscribers — so you need to first of all take care to attract as many new people to the channel as possible. How to do it
Well, there are several ways, but the easiest and fastest of them is to buy YouTube views. If you purchase them from a seller with a good reputation (that is, from a company that has a lot of positive reviews), you will find that over time, not only purchased views will begin to flow to you, but also real ones.
How does it work? The fact is that if YouTube realizes that your video is interesting to real people, it will start showing it to other real people too, offering to rate cool content.
And then you will only have to interact with your K-pop-oriented audience, create engaging posts for them (yes, you can also write posts on YouTube), redirect them to your other social media and in every possible way encourage the development of your channel and the distribution of content.
Yes, cross-posting works great with YouTube — if you’ve just posted a new video or made a playlist, don’t forget to notify your subscribers on other platforms about it. Especially if you have profiles on the same topic as on YouTube, or if your audience at least just knows about your hobbies.
If you run a channel based on interests, think about monetizing it. Perhaps you should get away from posting only playlists and some short clips — show your face and do reviews on performances, on the outfits of K-pop stars, on the latest albums and singles.
Reactive content has been coming in very well lately, people tend to look at events, videos and objects through the eyes of other people or together with them, so this genre on YT began to gain popularity very, very quickly.
This way you can easily and painlessly organize a personal brand based, literally, on the creativity of idols. This is a quick way to popularity, which will later help you create something more creative and individual, if necessary.