Have the number of your YouTube subscribers print-screened now! Enjoy it however you like as today can be one of the last few days you’re going to have them.
In an effort to capture real audience, YouTube has announced the deletion of suspended accounts which annoyingly adds up to number of invalid subscribers on YouTube channels.
The most popular video streaming website aims to extend important values to its content creators:
To give them better understanding of their actual audience and to make sure that the numbers stay meaningful.
The growing sub count of a channel is meaningless if it’s not building a community of real fans. What YouTube wants for its channels is to gather avid watchers and supporters.
Suspended accounts will be removed starting June 16.
Reference: “Mashable”, Here’s Why You’re About to Lose YouTube Subscribers, June 2014