How To Delete Your Channel On YouTube & Its Associated Google Plus Page

If you’re like me you probably have several channels listed under your main YouTube channel. But what if you want to get rid of one of these channels?

Here are the steps to delete your channel
on YouTube and its associated Google Plus page:


Watch the video below…

Keep in mind that when you delete your YouTube channel it willĀ  delete everything on it including your videos, messages and comments. You also won’t be able to create a new channel if you want to use the same URL later.

  • Sign into your YouTube channel
  • Click on the profile picture. Here you can see I have a number of channels listed under your main channel. For example if I want to get rid of the channel..drostvideoconsulting I click “drostvideoconsulting”
  • Click the profile picture
  • Click YouTube settings
  • Click advanced
  • Scroll down to the bottom where it says “delete channel”
  • Click “delete channel”
  • It says “please note this will permanently remove drostvideoconsulting and its data from YouTube including videos, playlists, subscribers, comments, search and watch history however your Google account won’t be deleted”
  • So then you just confirm by clicking “delete channel”

That’s it!

If you have a Google Plus page associated with your YouTube channel it will still exist even after you’ve deleted the channel.

So how do you remove your Google Plus page?

  • Click your profile picture
  • Click YouTube settings
  • Click edit on Google Plus
  • Scroll up the Google Plus page
  • From the drop down click “All Pages”
  • Select your page
  • Click “manage this page”
  • Go to this gear icon
  • Click the drop down
  • Click settings
  • Scroll all the way down to the bottom
  • Click “Delete page”

That’s it!

Now you’ve removed the Google Plus page that’s associated with your YouTube channel.

Here’s a valuableĀ  power tip…
YouTube allows you to create 50 different channels under your main YouTube channel. This comes in handy if you want to create a new channel for each new niche. This also means you can manage all your YouTube channels under one YouTube account.

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