You have to go organic mate. Promote your channel through social media using your own accounts. You have to pitch your content as value for the consumer. In other words, promote how your channel helps other people. Stay away from buying subscribers as this will damage your analytics...
With restrictions relaxing, I am back out on the road filming. With my own footage, I know will take time and practice to produce quality productions that provide value to my audience.
Interesting to see how others are getting on with their own YouTube journeys.
Here is my latest offering.
I have only done two shorts in vertical format video for less than 60 seconds. One was video, text, and music, which never got any views on the short's shelf. The other was a video with me talking, text, and music. Got nearly 400 views in three days and increased my subscriber count. Here the link.
Thanks for the comment and like, all footage in the video is stock through the Wevideo film editor and music Epidemic Sounds.
Love your editing, simple and stylish.
Would like a drone in the future but at the moment all I use is an Osmo gimbal 3 and Smartphone.