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* Radio/{{NPR}} and the Creator/{{PBS}} are publicly funded and will occasionally go into "pledge drives" where they will beg for viewers to donate between segments, often with promises of tote bags to sweeten the deal.

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* ''WebVideo/WorldWarTwo'': The series was announced with a Kickstarter campaign and pre-production and the construction of their own small studio was accomplished as a result of that success. At the [[EveryEpisodeEnding end of every episode]], Indy asks the viewers to join the [[FanCommunityNicknames [=TimeGhost=] Army]] by subscribing and supporting them on their ongoing crowdfunding campaigns.

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* ''LetsPlay/RabbidLuigi'' often injects this into his episodes in a comedic fashion, like claiming the GodMode cheat of ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' also causes cryptic messages to rain down that tell you to "subscribe and ring the bell icon". As an example of TropesAreNotBad, the comments are usually full of people lauding the way he put it in the episode.


* The official Website/YouTube uploads for ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'' have the following in their descriptions: "Follow us and watch the latest animations of ''Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf''."

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The official Website/YouTube uploads for ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'' have the following in their descriptions: "Follow us and watch the latest animations of ''Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf''.""
** Several of the official Website/YouTube uploads end with Weslie pointing to the subscribe button and Wolffy pointing to more videos.


* Japan's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHK NHK]] took this onto a whole new level--casting [[Creator/NobuyukiHiyama high-]][[Creator/KosukeToriumi profile]] [[Creator/SoichiroHoshi voice]] [[Creator/JunichiSuwabe actors]] in portraying four [[{{Bishounen}} pretty boy]] [[TheOperatorsMustBeCrazy operators]] in full-voiced interactive DatingSim [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DNRRLQ03xY style.]] Their interactive FAQ service ended on May 31, 2017.

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* Japan's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHK NHK]] Creator/{{NHK}} took this onto a whole new level--casting [[Creator/NobuyukiHiyama high-]][[Creator/KosukeToriumi profile]] [[Creator/SoichiroHoshi voice]] [[Creator/JunichiSuwabe actors]] in portraying four [[{{Bishounen}} pretty boy]] [[TheOperatorsMustBeCrazy operators]] in full-voiced interactive DatingSim [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DNRRLQ03xY style.]] Their interactive FAQ service ended on May 31, 2017.


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* The official Website/YouTube uploads for ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'' have the following in their descriptions: "Follow us and watch the latest animations of ''Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf''."


This trope includes authors asking for you to vote for or donate to them. Or any other time that authors are giving you free content, but then they expect something in return. Whether it's your promise to come back, your vote that their product is indeed awesome, or your hard-earned lucre.

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This trope includes authors asking for you to vote for or donate to them. Or them, or any other time that authors are giving you free content, but then they expect something in return. Whether it's This may take the form of wanting your promise to come back, your vote that their product is indeed awesome, or your hard-earned lucre.



Not to be confused with ''[[http://www.pleasesubscribemovie.com/ Please Subscribe]]'', which is a documentary of various [=YouTube=] celebrities including DavidChoi, Daxflame, Happyslip and Music/TayZonday.

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Not to be confused with ''[[http://www.pleasesubscribemovie.com/ Please Subscribe]]'', which is a documentary of various [=YouTube=] celebrities including DavidChoi, David Choi, Daxflame, Happyslip Happyslip, and Music/TayZonday.



* From ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvY-_W1bk34 Household Hackers]]'' we get such gems as, "After we get through today's tip, you'll never again have to wander aimlessly from video to video begging for subscribers like the neglected latch-key child you are." Subtle.

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* From ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvY-_W1bk34 Household Hackers]]'' we get such gems as, as this: "After we get through today's tip, you'll never again have to wander aimlessly from video to video begging for subscribers like the neglected latch-key child you are." Subtle.



* ''Series/{{Nerdist}}'' channel's ''Neil's Puppet Dreams'' has star Creator/NeilPatrickHarris do this at the end of each video. In the first few, he made it a point to tell the audience that it's ''not'' his junk he's pointing to.

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* ''Series/{{Nerdist}}'' channel's ''Neil's Puppet Dreams'' has star Creator/NeilPatrickHarris do this at the end of each video. In the first few, he made it a point to tell the audience that it's ''not'' his junk to which he's pointing to.pointing.



* ''WebVideo/LouderWithCrowder'': At the end of every video Crowder snarkily asks viewers to subscribe to his channel, leave an angry comment, or join the "mug club" (a members area granting access to more content and a hand-etched coffee mug with the show's logo).

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* ''WebVideo/LouderWithCrowder'': At the end of every video video, Crowder snarkily asks viewers to subscribe to his channel, leave an angry comment, or join the "mug club" (a members area granting access to more content and a hand-etched coffee mug with the show's logo).


You've heard it a thousand times. You're watching a video on Website/YouTube and suddenly they ask you "and please subscribe to our channel", or maybe they tell you where their subscribe button is located since you could never hope to find it on your own. Typically, any "professional-ish" YouTube video closes with anywhere from 15 seconds to 2 minutes of screens full of flashing animated "Click Me! Click Me!" buttons trying to entice the viewer to subscribe and/or watch all the other videos in the channel, as well as exhortations to upvote and favorite the video. Apparently they expect you to favorite every single video in the series, which makes you wonder if they have a clue what the point of favoriting is.

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You've heard it a thousand times. You're watching a video on Website/YouTube and suddenly they ask you "and please subscribe to our channel", or maybe they tell you where their subscribe button is located since you could never hope to find it on your own. Typically, any "professional-ish" YouTube Website/YouTube video closes with anywhere from 15 seconds to 2 minutes of screens full of flashing animated "Click Me! Click Me!" buttons trying to entice the viewer to subscribe and/or watch all the other videos in the channel, as well as exhortations to upvote and favorite the video. Apparently they expect you to favorite every single video in the series, which makes you wonder if they have a clue what the point of favoriting is.


* Japan's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHK NHK]] just took this onto a whole new level: Casting [[Creator/NobuyukiHiyama high-]][[Creator/KosukeToriumi profile]] [[Creator/SoichiroHoshi voice]] [[Creator/JunichiSuwabe actors]] in portraying four [[{{Bishounen}} pretty boy]] [[TheOperatorsMustBeCrazy operators]] in full-voiced interactive DatingSim style. Their interactive FAQ service ended on May 31, 2017.

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* Japan's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHK NHK]] just took this onto a whole new level: Casting level--casting [[Creator/NobuyukiHiyama high-]][[Creator/KosukeToriumi profile]] [[Creator/SoichiroHoshi voice]] [[Creator/JunichiSuwabe actors]] in portraying four [[{{Bishounen}} pretty boy]] [[TheOperatorsMustBeCrazy operators]] in full-voiced interactive DatingSim style. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DNRRLQ03xY style.]] Their interactive FAQ service ended on May 31, 2017.


* As seen atop this page, at times Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} has banners that lead to pages with "personal appeals" explaining that they need donations to keep the servers running, etc. [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/events/2010-wikipedia-fundraising-campaign Parodies ensued]].

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* As seen atop this page, at At times Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} has banners that lead to pages with "personal appeals" explaining that they need donations to keep the servers running, etc. [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/events/2010-wikipedia-fundraising-campaign Parodies ensued]].


* [=YouTube=] hosts [[http://www.youtube.com/contests_main contests]], some of which use the thumbs-up and thumbs-down buttons as a form of voting to determine who wins. Older videos used the star rating system.

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* [=YouTube=] hosts [[http://www.youtube.com/contests_main contests]], some of used to host contests which use the thumbs-up and thumbs-down buttons as a form of voting to determine who wins. Older videos used the star video rating system.system (the "five stars" system at first, then the "thumbs up/down" system which replaced it) as a way of tallying "votes". The page that listed those contests has since disappeared in one of [=YouTube's=] many redesigns.


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* ''WebVideo/LouderWithCrowder'': At the end of every video Crowder snarkily asks viewers to subscribe to his channel, leave an angry comment, or join the "mug club" (a members area granting access to more content and a hand-etched coffee mug with the show's logo).


* WebVideo/FoldingIdeas discusses the nature of this trope in a minisode of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQoM-QF52Zo The Good News of Like Share Subscribe]]", as well as ways to work around it on [=YouTube=]. The example of the call to subscribe he comes up with using his own guidelines is "Go in peace, my children, in the name of like, share, and subscribe, amen," [[SelfDemonstratingArticle and has taken to using it in its proper context in some later videos]].

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* WebVideo/FoldingIdeas discusses the nature of this trope in a minisode of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQoM-QF52Zo The Good News of Like Share Subscribe]]", as well as ways to work around it on [=YouTube=]. The example of the call to subscribe he Dan comes up with using based on his own guidelines is "Go in peace, my children, in the name of like, share, and subscribe, amen," [[SelfDemonstratingArticle and has which he's taken to using it in its proper context in some later videos]].

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