These Vloggers Are Breaking The Internet Right Now
Sitting on the other side of the screen and watching various parts of someone's life, isn't it amazing? Vlogging is relatively new to the market as compared to blogging. It's a great way to engage with your followers by showing your life adventure via a piece of vlog. Here are the top bloggers who are killing the vlogging game right now and are positing fun and interactive content to entertain their followers!
YouTube subscribers: 5.56M
Gaurav Taneja, aka Flying Beast, is a pilot turned YouTuber who started his vlogging journey by deciding to vlog his massive body transformation. At the start of his vlogging career, he only used to upload fitness videos, but as his channel started gaining audiences, he decided to vlog his daily life. Gaurav and his wife, Ritu Rathee, along with his daughter Rasbhari Taneja (who is btw more famous than her father), gained such a massive following on YouTube that by 2018, Gaurav started getting collaboration and sponsorship offers with top brands. Flying Beast is working on YouTube for its consistency and putting out quirky
yet relatable content.
YouTube subscribers: 2.62M
Nsueir Yassin, aka Nas Daily, graduated with a degree in Economics and started working in the tech industry. He even did coding for the PayPal-owned money-transfer app, Venmo. Nsueir is an Israeli-Palestinian Harvard who is one of the most successful
vloggers in the vlogging industry. The key to Nas Daily's success is that he posts a new vlog every day without fail. Yassin also shares impressive and crazy stories of people that he meets on his trips. He sets out on an adventure to unconventional tourist destinations like Malta, Tanzania and Rwanda.
Sourav Joshi Vlogs
YouTube subscribers: 5.32M
New to the block, Sourav Joshi is a 21-year-old budding vlogger and lives in Uttarakhand, India. Joshi's content mainly includes his daily life activities. At the initial phase of his vlogging journey, Sourav wasn't very consistent on his channel, but he used the opportunity of lockdown in his favour. When everyone was sitting at home, Joshi started posting fun content that attracted his audience and helped him build a community of more than a million people. Though there is no specific information on his YouTube earnings, he reportedly makes somewhere around 10 to 12 lakhs per month via his vlogging channel.
YouTube subscribers: 10.7M
If there's anyone who is the king of the vlogging industry, it has to be Mohamed Beiraghdary, aka MO Vlogs. With a vast viewership
and massive subscribe counts, the key to MO vlogs' success is his exceptionally unique content and intelligent branding. From presenting great shots of the picturesque landscapes of Dubai to featuring supercar beauties like Bugatti Veyron and Pagani Zonda, Mohamed's channel has got everything right! You will hardly find any automotive enthusiast who doesn't follow MO Vlogs. (Mohamed is the master of clickbait, BTW)