This article is about the YouTube channel. For the brothers who created it, see John Green and Hank GreenVlogbrothers is a video blog style channel on YouTube. The Internet-based show is created and hosted by brothers, John Green and Hank Green. The first incarnation of the brothers' online broadcasting was the "Brotherhood 2.0" project, preceding the establishment of the pair's regular vlogging activity through the Vlogbrothers channel.The Greens state that their vlog has no consistent format: "Really, it's not about anything in particular. Whether we're talking about our lives, making each other laugh, or trying to get something more important across, people seem to enjoy it.
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  • The Battle for Influencers: How Social Influence Has Changed

    … outlet for building influence, giving rise to mommy bloggers such as Heather “Dooce” Armstrong, and content marketing mavens like Copyblogger Brian Clark. YouTube was another big place to build influence, and quickly became the only real option for creators when it came to video content. YouTube gave us the Vlogbrothers, Hank and John Green, who…

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  • DoGooder Video Awards Honor YouTube Creators for Charitable Efforts

    … DoGooder notes that the Vlogbrothers, John and Hank Green, raised a great deal for 20 charities in 2014. Other noteworthy creators in the running include Hannah Hart, Tyler Oakley and Felix Kjellberg, a.k.a. PewDiePie, who raised more than $630,000 for Save the Children in 2014. Michael Hoffman, CEO of See3, said: We are really excited to include…

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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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  • Common Elements of Highly Shared Videos

    … conclusion. See: World’s Toughest Job. Pushing the envelope in terms of appropriate controversy. This can be used for a funny, frightening, or sobering content. See: little girl filming herself for a year. Informing or educating viewers — the Internet loves its edutainment. See: what languages sound like to foreigners, or the Vlogbrothers. Last…

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