Marques K. Brownlee, Wengie, and Ray William Johnson are all near the top of the list of famous YouTubers. And while all of them have their unique niche, they all provide many YouTube fans with a regular dose of content to please their followers.
Marques is a technology guru. At 20 years old, he has managed to become the go-to guy for all things technology. Marques had a knack for technology at an early age. If there’s any truth to the saying that “the branch doesn’t fall far from the tree”, the fact that Marques’ father worked as an information systems programmer may have had something to do with his infatuation. What started out as a hobby has paid off tremendously, as Marques now has over 1.5 million subscribers and 130 million viewers. It is safe to say that when it comes to questions about technology if you need answers he has them.
If you have dabbled in the world of fashion, you have almost certainly come across one of Youtube’s most famous sensations. Wendy Huang, also known as, Wengie, didn’t come from a line of fashion gurus; Might I say it was quite the contrary. Coming from a home where her mother never wore makeup or indulged in any modern fashion, Wengie took it upon herself to learn as much as she could about the fashion world.
Fast forward a few years later, Wengie has etched her name amongst the greats in the fashion industry. Her brand known as The Wonderful World of Wengie has taken the internet world by storm. This young entrepreneur from Australia has taken over Youtube with her tutorials and expertise on everything beauty and fashion. To date, Wengie’s Youtube page has over 800,000 subscribers, and her list of followers is growing more and more every day. With a healthy boost of momentum pushing her business to unexpected limits, there appears to be no turning back for this fashion phenomenon.
And last but not least on this list of famous Youtubers is Ray William Johnson. If you like to laugh, and you haven’t checked out Ray’s page, I advise you to put it on your to-do list soon. You might want to think about adding yourself to Ray’s list of 4.7 million subscribers on his Youtube channel, also named after him. So check it out if you’re in the mood for a laugh or two.