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From comedians to gamers to vloggers of all kinds, these YouTubers have generally built their followings outside of the control of media giants.
How to change your YouTube profile picture on a computer or mobile device – which will also change your Google photo
When you change your YouTube profile picture, your Google photo will also change, and vice versa. Here's how to do it on desktop or mobile.
You can message someone on YouTube despite the official messaging system's discontinuation. You just have to use the site's business inquiry feature.
If you want to turn off Restricted Mode on YouTube, you'll need to log into the account that turned it on. You can do this on desktop or mobile.
A YouTuber with 13 million followers surprised his friend with a brand new $290,000 Lamborghini he was gifted by EA Sports
David Dobrik has given a lot of his friends cars thanks to sponsorship deals with brands like SeatGeek and EA Sports.
How to verify your YouTube account, so you can upload videos longer than 15 minutes and customize thumbnails
You can verify your YouTube account with a phone number to upload videos longer than 15 minutes and customize thumbnails. Here's how to do it.
YouTuber Jaclyn Hill returns to Twitter while her beauty brand says its ‘future is bright’ following its disastrous lipstick launch
Jaclyn Cosmetics also made a return to social media, and said on Friday that the company is currently "taking a moment to rebuild."
YouTube criticized after removing videos of robot fights for showing ‘the deliberate infliction of animal suffering’
YouTube told creators their videos were taken down for showing "the deliberate infliction of animal suffering or the forcing of animals to fight."
Bella Thorne made a snide comment towards Jake Paul after he met with his ex Erika Costell behind his new wife Tana Mongeau’s back
Thorne dated Mongeau for about a year before they split up in February. They've had a rocky couple of months but remain good friends.
YouTube will reportedly stop serving targeted ads on videos for kids in a move that could cost it tens of millions of dollars per year
The decision could cut the platform's ad revenues by 10% (or $50 million annually), according to an industry analyst cited in the report.