Jenna Marbles As PDF If you are a fan of funny videos on YouTube, then there’s no way you would not have heard of Jenna Marbles. With over 16 million subscribers (as of May 2016), she is the proud woman behind the seventh most subscribed channel on YouTube.
Smosh vloggers Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox regularly upload funny sketches, including spoofs of popular movies like Twilight and Lord of the Rings, video games, pregnancy, kung fu and more. Anthony and Ian first started out on YouTube four years ago, when they uploaded a series of videos of themselves lip-syncing to cartoon theme songs, including the Mortal Kombat and Pokemon themes.
What Does the Michelle Phan Lawsuit Mean for Other Beauty Vloggers? If you haven’t heard, Michelle Phan got slapped with a copyright infringement lawsuit by Ultra Records. The suit, which claims that Phan’s misuse of its artists’ tracks in at least 5 videos is “willful and deliberate”, is seeking up to $150,000 for each use – which could add up to about $8 Million.
These are mostly vloggers who showcase their obscure, and sometimes weird, talents through the power of video, and while at it, have a go at becoming instant celebrities. YouTube, which Google acquired in 2005, is the de-facto destination of vloggers.
The vloggers know they are valuable to high street brands. Anna again: "I mentioned a brush set and online it had sold out by mid day." Key to a vlogger's success is the trust they build with their audience. That relationship makes them valuable to advertisers.