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1/6/15
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Rephael Congmon

How do you send google+ notifications to ALL of your subscribers every time you upload a video?

Now, I know that whenever I upload a video, the video goes into my subscriber's subscription box. I know that, but I'm talking about sending my subscribers a direct notification so that the red bell on the top right corner lights up and says RupRep444 has posted a video. I know that it is possible because some people that I'm subscribed to sends me notifications like "x has posted a video."
 
See the attatched file to furthur understand what i'm talking about. That red bell lights up whenever they upload a video. So that's the subscriber standpoint. I want to do the same except send MY subscribers that notification. I want to know this because that red bell is much more noticeable than going into the subscription box and looking at my videos.
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1/6/15
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Rephael Congmon
anyone? :(
Danny Fratella
1/7/15
Danny Fratella
The notifications that subscribers get in their Google+ Notifications are based on their previous engagement with your videos and your channel. If YouTube's algorithms notice that they're watching a lot of your content, they're more likely to receive notifications when you upload new videos.

There isn't anything you can do to force this notification upon your subscribers. If they're interested, they can manually opt-in to receive email notifications of new uploads from your channel via the Subscription Manager.
 
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