Diversifying YouTube: A Guide to the Stars
You’ve heard about becoming a YouTube sensation before, correct? No!? Well at YouTube new stars are born each day. Fame can come from producing a video that displays you doing all sorts of crazy things or just covering the lyrics to your favorite song. The fame pool runs deep and below is just a few of YouTube’s brightest stars and talents.
The talent pool is so thick that we find many YouTubers hailing from different countries and varying in race and ethnicity. Take Wendy Huang for example. Wendy is of Chinese decent and lives in Australia. Her YouTube fame came when she started doing make-up tutorials to help girls really bring out their feminine sides. With her unique hair styles and helpful tips that targeted all different kinds of females; viewers fell in love and the hit count added up along with her subscribers to her channel “The Wonderful World of Wengie.”
Wengie didn’t stop at beauty tips and she continued to produce all sorts of how-to videos and vlogs where she gives advice or answers the viewer’s burning questions. She covers topics ranging from how to get in shape for the summer to how to apply and own arm pit art. She is an innovator that people just cannot get enough of on YouTube. Her video count is well over 250 and she continues to add new and exciting videos all of the time. So check out Wengie on YouTube and learn more about the talented Australian.
Next meet the YouTuber that goes by the name of “mandersandpoopoo”. Amanda Hackey is another individual who has found fame on YouTube. She also breaks the mold as having a Native American background. Amanda is all about positivity and helping others cope with situations through deep, meaningful talks, or giving them a good laugh or two. Amanda admits to have struggled with her weight in that past, but that it will never stop her from becoming an amazing person filled with positive motives and thoughts. Her viewers really take what she has to heart and fall in love with her little comedy bits and funny reality videos. She has over 125,000 subscribers and that increases on a day-to-day basis. So if you are seeking out help or just need a good laugh, check some of Amanda’s videos out.
Those are just two examples of some of the young and raw talent you can find with a simple YouTube search. Both Amanda and Wendy started by making videos for fun and it brought them recognition neither of them could have ever fathomed. If you have a unique talent or want your voice to be heard, try posting a YouTube video about it. You might just become the next big thing!