Justine Ezarik (/iːˈzɛrɪk/; born March 20, 1984) is an American YouTube comedian, Internet celebrity, actress and occasional television host. She is best known as iJustine, a lifecaster who communicated directly with her millions of viewers on her Justin.tv channel, ijustine.tv. She has over 2,500 videos on YouTube, between her five YouTube channels (ijustine, ijustinegaming, ijustineiphone, otherijustine, and now retired channel ijustinereviews). She became famous in role variously described as a "lifecasting star," a "new media star," or one of the web's most popular lifecasters.
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  • 3 Key Reasons Why Video Marketers Should Pay Attention to CES 2016

    … across the globe will descend on the event, which takes place over 2.2 million net square feet of exhibit space. But how can those video marketers who can't attend keep up-to-date on industry trends, see new products and services, or maintain and build relationships without actually going to CES 2016? CES 2016: Keep In Touch Online To keep up-to-date…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin YouTube- 18 readers -
  • YouTube Makeup Challenges: Huge Traffic, But Not for Brands

    …. The queen of YouTube, Jenna Marbles (14 million subscribers), did her own test with the "Not My Arms Challenge" (2.9 million views), where her male friend sat hidden behind her with his large forearms coming out of her shirt and applied her makeup. This is a version of the popular "My Boyfriend Does My Makeup" challenge. Here's a "My Boyfriend…

    ReelSEOin Social YouTube- 22 readers -
  • DISTRICT VOICES: Inside Panem with our finest citizens

    …, Citizens of Panem! The Capitol has joined forces with Google and YouTube to celebrate the proud achievements of our strong, lively districts. Premiering today on YouTube, a new miniseries called DISTRICT VOICES will take you behind the scenes to meet some of Panem’s most creative—and loyal—citizens. At 4 p.m. EDT/ 1 p.m. PDT every day this week…

    Emily Wood/ The Official Google Blogin Google YouTube- 4 readers -
  • Is VidCon Pushing Away Creators in Favor of the Teen Fans?

    … for it. Guests like Smosh, Toby Turner, and iJustine will always have easy access to the event, but what about YouTubers who have yet to earn a living making videos? The current format is heavily favoring the casual fan and the mega star and leaving the average creator on the outs. I spent my time this year at VidCon exclusively on the Industry…

    Andy Smith/ ReelSEO- 6 readers -