What Makes a Successful Video Blogger

Hi My People,

So.. I was thinking the other day about... ‘what makes a successful video blogger’ so I looked at some of the You Tube legends --Shane Dawson, Charlie Is So Cool Like, and Boxxy and they all had a few things in common

1. Doing stupid things on camera
2. Being able to laugh at themselves
3. Each video blog being humorous
4. Blogging on hot teenage topics
5. Doing dangerous but stupid things lol-- bungee jumping (makes a face at the words charlie is so cool like)
6. Blogging regularly
7. Being original (You can’t copy these people-- you have to be original in your own way)
7 1/2. (being good looking helps)
8. Having a sense of Humor
9. Having a good quality image
10. Never doing the same type of blog twice

Hmmmm.... all of these things are used by video bloggers and now you might be thinking...

“wtf how am I going to do that much?” But in fact this should be easy to do if you are the video blogger type.

I’ve given you the recipe.. go make the cake






Here’s one of each of their videos <3

Boxxy-- mystery blogger (people don’t know very much about her except she was on Gaia online for a long while). Boxxy doesn’t fit a lot of the catagories for successful blogger but she did make one of the most successful videos...this is it Winking

These are Charlies Videos .... -- he’s my favorite video blogger of all time <3

Shane Dawson -- the american version of Charlie... Shane swears alot and has crude content in most of his videos... we love him tho!!!!!!!!

Billie Dove

Billie Dove
Dove was born as Bertha Bohny in New York city to Charles and Bertha Bohny who were Swiss immigrants. As she was going through her teenage years, she worked as a model to help support her family and was hired at the age of 15 by Florunz Ziegfeld to appear in Ziegfeld Follies Revue. She legally changed her name to Lillian Bohny in the early 1920’s and migrated to Hollywood. There she started popping up in silent movie here and there. She soon became one of the most popular actresses of the 1920’s as rodeo west the painted angel(1929) and was dubbed The American Beauty(1927). She married the director of her seventh film Irvin Willat, in 1923. They divorced in 1929. Dove had a huge legion of male friends and one of her most persistant was Howard Hughes. She shared a three year romance with him and then was engaged to marry him, but she ended the relationship without giving cause. Hughes cast her as a comedian in his film ‘Cock of the Air’ in 1932. She also appeared in his movie ‘The Age of Love’....
Billie on the inside seemed as soft as the outside. She was a poet, a painter and a pilot (Some say to be closer to her natural habitat ‘Heaven&rsquoWinking
Following her last film, Blondie of the Follies (1932), Dove retired from the screen to be with her family, although she was at the time still popular. She next married oil executive Robert Kenaston in 1933, they adopted a child, then divorced...

Aside from her brief cameo, she never returned to the movies. She retired and died of pneumonia in 1997 aged 94.



Annex - Dove, Billie_02








Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey was born in Ixelles, Belgium as Audrey Kathleen Ruston, She spent her childhood in the Netherlands during the second world war she continued to practice ballet in Arnhem then moved to london in 1948, where kept on training. Then she became a model she appeared in a few movies before starring in the 1951 broadway play, playing Gigi. Then she got to do ‘Roman Holiday’ (1953) winning an academy award a golden globe and BAFTA for her performance. She also won a Tony Award for her performance in Ondine. She became the most loved actress in the world.
and performed with such notable leading men as
Gregory Peck, Rex Harrison, Humphrey Bogart, Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Henry Fonda, William Holden, Fred Astaire, Peter O'Toole, and Albert Finney.
The biggest hits were... The Nuns Story, Charade, Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Wait Until Dark, and My Fair Lady. And became only the 3rd actor to receive $1000,000 from a role.
Because of her war experience she wanted to make a difference so she went over and worked in Africa and Asia helping the people there.
She died only 63 on the 20th january 1993.

My career is a complete mystery to me.  It's been a total surprise since the first day.  I never thought I was going to be an actress; I never thought I was going to be in movies.  I never thought it would all happen the way it did."