Let me ask:
What do you watch on YouTube (besides RMRS)?
- Cat videos?
- Movie trailers?
- Anything viral?
Or other random stuff that doesn't “wow” you?
Well…if you take the time to search
You'll find YouTubers with AWESOME content!
In fact, I met many of them at Clamour Con this month.
They're really cool – they connect with you offline like they do online (with their viewers & subscribers).
And because of them:
- I've learned new things
- I've expanded my network
So let me introduce you to these “expert” content creators and their channels.
Check out these 20 random YouTubers I LOVE below…
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YouTuber #1 – Charisma On Command
These days – relationships are more important than ever. That's why Charlie of “Charisma on Command” wants to help you go deep into developing your social skills and confidence. He'll train you to become your most likable self (both in your professional and personal life).
YouTuber #2 – Evan Carmichael
Evan is a wickedly smart guy. And a big fan of following your passion. He puts out as many as 3 videos a day about motivation – and making an impact while doing what you love. Specifically for any aspiring entrepreneur, he'll provide lots of “how-to” tips and strategies in business.
YouTuber #3 – Clean My Space
Do you hate the hassle of cleaning your house or car… or face a clutter problem daily? Let Melissa Maker show you the simplest and most efficient ways to clean better – and get fantastic results in no time!
YouTuber #4 – NerdSync
My friend Scott runs “NerdSync.” He's a proud representative of the comic book nerd community (which I'm a part of as well). He puts in 20-40 hours of research into some interesting topics and theories about the world of DC, Marvel, and other great comics.
YouTuber #5 – Beardbrand
This channel has covered nearly all hair-related stuff since 2012 – beard and hair growth, grooming tips, tutorials, bearded lifestyle content, and reviews of various beard care products.
YouTuber #6 – College Info Geek (Thomas Frank)
Thomas is in his mid-20s and has a degree in Management Information Systems. But uses this YouTube channel to “mentor” anyone and everyone in college right now. He posts videos on how to learn faster, take better notes, avoid procrastinating, and ace all your tests!
YouTuber #7 – Wood Working For Mere Mortals (Steve Ramsey)
How hard is it to build your own table or chair? Apparently not that hard at all! Subscribe to Steve's channel for step-by-step tutorials that make the art of woodworking super easy, accessible, and FUN!
YouTuber #8 – Basho & Friends
The “Basho & Friends” channel is on its way to becoming children's go-to platform for learning languages (like French, Spanish, and Mandarin). It has a unique teaching style – using music and sound to accompany a set of animated and live action videos. Education doesn't get more fun than this!
YouTuber #9 – MathBFF
This YouTube channel is run by Nancy – an MIT grad and math genius. She can take complex ideas or lessons and make them much more digestible for students and teachers alike. Watch out for new videos coming out this year.
YouTuber #10 – Painless Golfing
This one doesn't have the biggest subscriber count, but Jess does a great job in producing content for a specific audience – people who want to play golf pain-free. She offers guidelines on nutrition, weight loss, “unlocking” tightness in the body to improve your swing, and accountability coaching.
YouTuber #11 – Coolirpa
Your wife, girlfriend, mom or sister may find April's YouTube channel extremely useful. It's got everything to do with DIY fashion – including how to “recycle” clothes in the most stylish ways.
YouTuber #12 – The Lindquists
Elle is a YouTube star who knows how to be open and relatable. She even gave birth the natural way on her channel! People have been drawn to her videos on family life because of how well they present what's real – the things every parent goes through in everyday life.
YouTuber #13 – The King Of Random (Grant Thompson)
My 12-year-old son actually introduced me to this channel. It's got a variety of fun and exciting videos that teach you how to create your own “weapons” or use “magic” to transform objects. Note: all experiments are made solely for entertainment, so be careful when trying them out on your own.
YouTuber #14 – CrazyRussianHacker
The name speaks for itself. Here you'll discover some of the wackiest experiments you'll ever come across – performed by a guy who has so much energy. Find out if you can start a fire with just a can of coke, as well as other scientific hacks.
YouTuber #15 – BossLevel8
Have you ever met anyone whose job was to be a critic of other critics? That's what “BossLevel8” is all about. These guys are genuinely passionate about films, so they can't help but bring up the most insane things that have popped out in movie reviews. And it's all just for laughs (nothing serious)!
YouTuber #16 – Mommy And Gracie Show
This is the channel to show your young daughters or nieces – or anybody you know who collects dolls. This mom-and-daughter duo loves to share their love for Barbie Dolls, Monster High, Shopkins, Shoppies, and countless more.
If your goal is to become a YouTuber yourself (or even just use the platform to further promote your business) then do subscribe to the following channels…
YouTuber #17 – Video Creators
Tim Schmoyer runs this channel. And I'm not kidding when I say he's quite the YouTube expert. He knows all the little tweaks and adjustments that give your content a much-needed boost in views. If you want to build a fanbase, give out the right messages, and make good money off each video – he's your guy!
YouTuber #18 – Derral Eves
The things you need to know about creating thumbnails, triggering the algorithm for searches, turning site visitors into clients – Derral discusses them in great detail. And it's no surprise that video and web marketers all over the country have been implementing his strategies. Derral is the real deal.
YouTuber #19 – Video Influencers
This channel is basically a hub for the big names in online video. It contains first-hand knowledge and advice from YouTube stars, content creators, video-savvy businessmen, and other successful individuals. Develop the right mindset and good habits so you can follow in their footsteps.
YouTuber #20 – Roberto Blake
Roberto makes a great teacher if you're a creative person. He covers YouTube lessons from a different angle – where the concepts aren't so strict or geared toward the corporate side. He simplifies the stuff that others talk about even further. He also posts tutorials on how to jumpstart a creative career, web design, social media, and video marketing.
Here's what you should know about the YouTubers on this list:
1. They're all AMAZING people. I've met them and found out I have a lot in common with them – especially how they work hard for their passions. Their “fame” hasn't changed who they are. After all, authenticity is the name of the game on YouTube.
2. You can learn from ANY of them (no matter what content they produce). All it takes is an open mind. Would a “suit guy” ever improve his style if he's not willing to learn about streetwear? No. Just like a web programmer wouldn't get ahead in his career if he doesn't work on his people skills (and visit channels like “Charisma On Command“).
3. If you appreciate them, TELL them! You might think it's enough to subscribe – but a personal message of thanks is way more powerful. It validates their time and efforts. And it pushes them to keep doing what they do. Because when there's impact… their job is much more fulfilling.