How to Check What Country your YouTube Subscribers are from


As you already know YouTube is the world’s premier video-sharing and education platform, where youtube offers a wealth of data to help you get any kind of information in a matter of seconds. And today  I will be explaining about one of the most insightful tools provided by YouTube is its Analytics section, a treasure world of data that allows creators like you to dive deep into the demographics, like Gender, Location, Age of your audience, including the countries from which your subscribers are from.

In this blog, we will be discussing YouTube Geographical Data and how to identify from which area of the world your subscribers are from. For YouTubers, knowing their audience is not just a numbers game; it’s a strategic asset which will help you to concentrate more on the content planning of your videos which will then help to custom tailor your content, posting schedules, and even their engagement strategies like how frequently they are viewing and which day or month is best to publish the content, Whether you’re a seasoned YouTuber or just starting, using these kind of analytic data can significantly improve your channel quality, reach and ultimately gaining subscribers

Let’s check the steps to analyse where your YouTube subscribers are from, using YTube Analytics. I will also delve into how this data can be used for your future video creation and audience engagement strategy. So, if you’re aiming to customise your content for a specific audience or just want to know the audience reach in different areas just for knowledge. Let’s take a look at it.

Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Your Subscriber Geography on YouTube

Step 1: Access Your YouTube Studio

Log in to your YouTube channel and navigate to YouTube Studio.

Youtube Analytic Dashboard

Step 2: Explore the Analytics Section

From the dashboard, select the ‘Analytics’ option, in the left side pane of the YouTube Dashboard. 

Explore the analytic section

Step 3: Go To advanced Mode Option in the top Corner of the screen.

In the Analytics section, locate and click on the ‘Advanced Mode’ option at the top corner of the screen.

Step 4: Select the Subscriber Filter

Once you enter the advance mode dash board, Type in the dashboard “subscriber” and filter the data as you can see the below dashboard. use the search function to type in “subscriber” and apply the filter. 

analytic dashboard filter

Step 5: Select the Geography Metric

In the menu bar, choose ‘Geography’ to view data related to the geographical distribution of your subscribers.

Step 6: Enhance Your Insights with Secondary Metrics (Optional)

Add a secondary metric if you wish to dig deeper into the data and gain more and detailed insights into your subscriber base


By following these steps, you can gain valuable insights into the geographical distribution of your YouTube subscribers. This information is crucial for tailoring your content strategy, scheduling posts to match different time zones, and understanding the global reach of your channel. Utilize these insights to refine your content creation.

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