Hank Green

William Henry "Hank" Green II (born 5 May 1980) is an American entrepreneur, musician, biochemist and vlogger, well known for his YouTube channel, VlogBrothers where he regularly uploads videos along with his brother, John Green. He is also the creator of the online environmental technology blog EcoGeek, and the developer of Subbable. He is involved with several other channels on YouTube, including Crash Course, SciShow, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, The Brain Scoop, and Sexplanations.
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  • The Battle for Influencers: How Social Influence Has Changed

    Social media is a new frontier in marketing, and there are new platforms popping up all the time. While celebrities will always have influence, the real influencers on social media are the content creators who know how to connect with and build digital audiences. Each new platform aims to cultivate and attract an engaged user base to generate unique content.

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  • DoGooder Video Awards Honor YouTube Creators for Charitable Efforts

    … Hosting charity fundraising through social media has become an incredibly useful and popular way to raise money. From the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, to tsū raising five times the anticipated amount for Charity: Water, social media is very active and supportive when it comes to charity. Because of the impact of social thought leaders…

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  • YouTube Stars Ask Tough Questions on #YouTubeAsksObama

    … President Barack Obama has been one of the most engaged presidents when it comes to the Internet. He hosted an AMA on Reddit that strained the site to near-breaking. He has weighed in on issues important to the Internet, and effectively used social media to campaign. Thursday evening, three popular YouTubers — Hank Green, GloZell Green…

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  • Project for Awesome Raised $1.27M for More Than 20 Charities

    … Each year, Vlogbrothers John and Hank Green hold a charity fundraiser known as the Project For Awesome (aka P4A), which aims to decrease “Worldsuck.” This year, the eighth annual Project — which flooded YouTube with videos lobbying for charitable donation — raised almost $1.3 million. On Wednesday John Green announced in a video which…

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  • See What's Trending: YouTube Re:View for October 22, 2014

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