If you are a new YouTuber or are thinking about creating a YouTube channel, I share in great detail on experiences on How to Get 1000 YouTube Subscribers in 6 Months for a LEGO or Toy Channel. The Small Brick City YouTube channel was started on 23 Sep 2017 when the first video was published.
Within 6 months of working on creating the YouTube channel, I hit 1000 subscribers. The 6-month target is arbitrary and a target I set for myself. It is not a target that applies to everyone. The average channel takes between 12 – 15 months to hit 1000 subscribers, assuming you produce regular content and your channel grows organically. Some people are happy with that approach, while others may want to try to hit 1000 subs in 3 months.
Regardless of how fast or slow you want your YouTube channel to grow, the basic strategies and tactics remain the same. Only the intensity applied or time spent makes the difference to the speed that your channel grows.
In my opinion, there are 3 aspects that you must work on in order to grow your YouTube channel. This trinity is the basis of YouTube marketing but especially important for a LEGO or Toy Channel. The audience for LEGO or Toy channels is very specific. They watch LEGO or toy videos and subscribe to channels for specific reasons which are different from an audience looking for political news, celebrity gossip or health tips.
The 3 aspects of growing a YouTube channel are:
Each of these aspects are essential to be a successful YouTuber. These are not cheap tactics or “illegal” ways to get subscribers. This approach will build a strong and loyal base who actually want to consume your content and support your channel.
If you want to get 1000 YouTube subscribers in 6 months, especially if you own a LEGO or Toy channel, be sure to watch these videos.
In the first video, I share how to create content that will ensure you get your first 100 subscribers and lead the way for thousands to come.
In the second video, I discuss how to brand your channel and why you need a strong brand to grow your channel. I also explore different promotion tactics to promote your videos and channel.
J C is an AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO®) and is particularly interested in creating LEGO cities. Due to practical reasons, his focus is on building impressive city layouts in small spaces.
His background as an entertainer and production designer has helped him conceptualize and design entertaining LEGO cities with interactive elements built within a confined space.