Until now, the only way you could subscribe to a YouTube channel was on the main site. The video-sharing company has just introduced an embeddable button that you can place on your own website, giving your audience a handy shortcut to subscribe to your video content.
Take a look at our quick and easy step-by-step guide below. In the comments, let us know if you're planning to add YouTube's new subscribe button to your own site.
Decide which design will suit your site best, then head to the YouTube Developer Tools page to get the code required.
The code will automatically generate in the box to the right. If you copy and paste it to your site, you should end up with a live, embedded, clickable button .
Generate the code by following the same directions above, and you will automatically get a paid channel design. However, because of the payment element, your button will link to your channel, rather than auto-add subscribers.