How Many Vloggers Are There in the World?
Vloggers create video content to share with a worldwide audience. Their videos are a great way to entertain and educate people. Vlogging can also be a source of income for popular creators.
This Irish lad has a passion for games and brings his endearing personality to the screen. His gaming vlogs are fun and informative!
1. The Franke Family
Ruby Franke and her husband Kevin launched their family vlogging channel, 8 Passengers, in 2015 with the aim of documenting their daily lives. The channel amassed millions of followers and became one of the most popular family vloggers in the world.
However, in 2020 the couple came under scrutiny after Franke’s oldest son Chad said that his mother had taken away his bedroom privileges and he had been sleeping on a bean bag for seven months as punishment for playing pranks on his sibling.
Earlier this year, footage of Franke describing withholding meals as a form of discipline resurfaced on YouTube and TikTok, prompting an outcry from viewers. Eventually, child protective services were called. On Wednesday, both Franke and her business partner Jodi Hildebrandt were charged with aggravated child abuse after police found two of their children in Hildebrandt’s home emaciated with wounds and duct tape around their necks and wrists.
2. Alex and Marko
Alex and Marko, better known as the Vagabrothers, recently won the Biggest Bucket List competition. This entailed them winning a trip around the world to the destinations of their choice!
They both have a love of travel and culture. Their mother was a Kiwi expat and their father is an American flight attendant, so travelling has always been in their blood!
Marko loves exploring new cultures and is an expert at budget travel. His favourite countries to visit are Vietnam and Kazakhstan. He says that he likes both of these places because they have strong traditions and hilltop castles. He also enjoyed his time in the Middle East. His only regret was not staying in Zuccotti Park during Occupy Wall Street. He also has a scar on his lip that came from an accident at a BBQ.
Five decades after Boris Karloff brought Imhotep to the screen, General Mills gave him a makeover as a colorful cereal mascot. The result was Yummy Mummy, who came out in 1987, taking over from Fruit Brute and attempting to resurrect his flagging sales.
Yummy Mummy is a sexy woman who wears a low cut black blouse and blue mascara, and has orange-brown hair. She is a major flirt, and has been called a cougar on many occasions. She also has a tendency to shoplift.
Yummy Mummy is a totally unique and ultra hip weekly parenting series featuring experts, celebrities, and yummy mummies who celebrate and commiserate on the joys and challenges, payoffs and perils of modern day motherhood. Yummy Mummy also helps new and expectant moms enhance their breastfeeding experience by providing breast pumps covered by insurance.
4. The Travelling Brothers
Imagine traveling around the world and filming different destinations for your job – that’s what Alex and Marko, also known as the Travelling Brothers, do for a living. The two have a passion for adventure and travel, so it’s no wonder that they have managed to amass over 9.5 million subscribers combined across their YouTube channels.
Their content primarily consists of haul videos, makeup/hair tutorials and recipes; however, they have also released vlogs, challenges and gaming videos. The duo has a large following in Japan, as they are part of the Japanese YouTuber group UUUM. They have been praised for their positive and encouraging personality. The Travelling Brothers have also won numerous awards for their content and have a unique way of looking at life.
Yummy Mummy is a middle-aged, attractive mother in her late thirties or early forties who loves yoga. She is also a big flirt and a major cougar. She is often seen dragging her son around the mall.
After the failure of Fruit Brute, General Mills re-imagined the monster cereals with Yummy Mummy and Frute Brute. Unlike their predecessors, the new characters had a unique gimmick—monster marshmallows that were bigger than regular marshmallows.
Yummy Mummy also made an appearance in “Take This Job and Squeeze It,” where she is ticketed by Jonesy for letting her son have too much fun on a coin-operated ride. She later appeared in “Stupid Over Cupid,” where she tries to auction herself off as a date for Jonesy. Yummy Mummy is also a breastfeeding support vlogger.