Here are ten YouTube stars:
Amanda Baggs is an autism rights activist who published a video about her experience of suffering from autism. Her video caught the attention of CNN. An inspiring video that shows how she uses various sounds and items to express herself.
Jack Vale is a firm YouTube favourite for his hidden camera jokes. He pulls pranks and records the public’s reactions, with hilarious outcomes. He’s pulled pranks on celebrities at the Grammy awards, which will have you rolling on the floor with laughter.
Jodie Rivera was number one for the most subscribed female from 2008 to 2010. She has over one million subscribers and over 350 million video views. Her videos all include songs and events. She studying opera and has performed on several US productions. She has won numerous awards and has appeared in a range of US magazines.
Kip Kay has over one million subscribers who follow his interesting “how to” videos where he shows you how to change everyday household items into funky gadgets. An example is one of his videos shows how to turn an average torch into a laser light.
A self-taught makeup artist with 468,000 subscribers. She teaches subscribers how to use make up for various styles as well as make up inspired by celebrities such as Leona Lewis, Jennifer Lopez and Avril Lavinge.
Ray William Johnson
Ray William Johnson is the most subscribed vlogger on YouTube with 5.3 million subscribers and 1.7 billion video views. He runs commentary on viral videos and reviews and criticises them all. His videos are called Equals Three and are firm favourites on this video channel.
ZDoggMD is a doctor who works in California and has made YouTube videos including music and comedy around various medical issues from everyday problems faced in the hospital to medical conditions.
An American actor, comedian and musician who was ranked fifth for most subscribed. He makes comedy videos impersonating celebrities and spoofing television series’ and music videos.
Ryan Hinga (Nigahiga)
Ryan Hinga is known on YouTube for his comedy videos which have been viewed 1.1 billion times. He has 5.2 million subscribers. He started by loading videos of him lip-synching songs in 2006 which has his account suspended for copyright infringement. Since then, he now posts video blogs and behind the scene movies with his friend Sean Fujiyoshi.
Natalie Tyler Tran
This is the most subscribed Australian YouTube addition doing funny skits and monologues acted out by herself. She was twenty sixth most subscribed with over one million subscribers and 406 million videos.
Making videos online has become as popular as writing blogs online, these people make a name for themselves by airing their views and showing their skills through video blogs and YouTube is the biggest platform where they can place them to be viewed by the public.
Guest article written by: Jonny D has been involved in social marketing for a range of brands and currently works on behalf of Ladbrokes Roulette.