Back in January, Brent Sievers and his team gave up on turning YouTube into The Land of Boggs.
Creators on the Rise
- Creators On The Rise: How two talking corgis are taking over the internet
Creators On The Rise: The animators behind The Land of Boggs gave up trying to make it on YouTube. Then their channel got 300 million views.
Creators On The Rise: Meet the guppy enthusiast behind YouTube and TikTok’s “fish portals” craze
After posting videos featuring her shapes--which she called "fish portals"--across her YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram accounts, Britney was flooded with requests to buy them.
Creators On The Rise: ichvse always thought he’d get his first million followers on Vine. He found them on TikTok instead.
Post-Vine, Chase found himself on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook, keeping the comedy angle from his bite-size Vines and doing his best to stay in touch with fellow ex-Viners and Vine viewers.
- Creators On The Rise: Doobydobap’s “don’t yuck my yum” approach to cooking celebrates down-home Korean dishes
- Creators On The Rise: For self-dubbed “bad animator” Devon St. Arnaud, YouTube is an archive of progress
- Creators On The Rise: Jenna Sinatra and Will DeVane put a Gen Z spin on creating as a couple
- Creators On The Rise: As an ICU nurse, Hunter Prosper has seen it all. Now he’s sharing his story on TikTok.
- Creators On The Rise: Steven He got 3,000 rejections as an actor. So he decided to catch studios’ attention by going viral.
- Creators On The Rise: Moms Ebony and Denise joined YouTube to share an emotional vlog about Barack Obama. Then their daughter stole the show.
- Creators On The Rise: AndreaXAndrea was a slime YouTuber. Now? She’s the CEO of her own slime boutique.
- Creators On The Rise: Brady Brandwood jailbroke a grocery store lobster. Now Leon is charming the internet.