Create a YouTube Subscribe Text Link

The first way to collect subscribers is through a simple text link. You can include a link within your post text, or create a custom image for your sidebar that matches your blog design. To add a text link, copy the code below and replace the text with your own link text, and username with your own YouTube channel name:
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/YOURCHANNELNAME?sub_confirmation=1">Subscribe to my channel!</a>
This code will create a link like this: Subscribe to my channel! 
Any user who is not currently subscribed to you will see a popup over your YouTube page asking them to confirm their subscription.

Create a YouTube Subscribe Image Link

To use your own image instead of text, use the code below, replacing the username with your own channel name, and the image URL with the URL of your hosted image. Hint: upload it to a place like Photobucket.
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/YOURCHANNELNAME?sub_confirmation=1"><img src="http://YOURIMAGEURL.com/IMAGE.jpg" alt="Subscribe"></a>

Create a YouTube Subscribe Button with Counter

YouTube also offers a button you can place on your site or sidebar as well which can display your subscriber count.
You will see a variety of button types to choose from and a form to input your own channel information. Configure the button however you like and copy the generated code. You can then add this code to your sidebar by creating an HTML/Javascript widget in Blogger or Text widget in WordPress and pasting it there.

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