If you’re looking to increase your YouTube subscribers, you should look to the most popular comments section. A popular comment on YouTube can earn you hundreds of dollars! The most popular comments on YouTube come from viewers like you! You can make a comment on any video you like and watch it go viral! Just remember to write something interesting and helpful! Otherwise, your comment won’t get seen and may end up being banned. The best way to increase your YouTube subscribers is to post more interesting and helpful content.
Seth Everman’s “I’m the bald guy”
Recently, Seth Everman posted a comment on YouTube that became viral. The caption was, “I’m the bald guy.” Since then, the comment has accumulated 3.3 million likes. The comment was not aimed at criticizing Seth Everman, but at pointing out the moment in the video where the guy reveals his baldness. It was an ironic comment and it has sparked a huge discussion on Twitter.
The video was posted on SethEverman’s YouTube channel. Everman also had a number of other channels. He also created a few popular videos, including the “Nyan Cat” video. The video has been reuploaded over two million times. The popularity of his videos helped him earn more money and a significant net worth. He has a slim body and blue eyes.
Because of its sarcastic, deadpan humor, the comment has gone viral. Its short length and relevance made it an instant hit, and Seth Everman has since made several videos to promote the comment. This has made it one of the most popular comments on YouTube. But how did Seth Everman create such an effective viral campaign? Here are some of the reasons. You might be surprised!
Billie Eilish’s “I’m the bad guy”
The title of Billie Eilish’s latest single is an ironic nod to a romantic relationship gone bad. The song’s lyrics describe a “Bad Guy” who is proud, cocky, and prideful. In “I’m the Bad Guy,” Billie compares herself to her boyfriend. The lyrics are full of irony, but the song is also a powerful statement about a complicated relationship.
The song “I’m the bad guy” is NSFW, but it has still won over fans. Eilish’s layered vocal harmonies and different tones make the track a standout. She even uses a vocal effect known as a tremolo, which modulates volume. Turning up the speed of the modulation creates a fluttering sound.
Grandayy’s “I’m the bald guy”
In October of 2019, Seth Everman’s “I’m the bald dude” comment on YouTube broke the record for most liked comment on YouTube. It currently has over 3.3 million likes and is thought to have been inspired by a song by Billie Eilish. Everman received a customized award for breaking the record. This shows that people like to adopt what other people find amusing.
One of the most popular comments on YouTube is written by YouTuber “Grandayy.” It refers to the official music video of the song “I Love It” by Kanye West, Lil Pump, and Adele Givens. The comment refers to the costumes worn by the singers, which resemble characters from the video game Roblox. It has over 264,000 likes and 500 replies.
The comment is also a satirical attempt to mock Kanye West, which has racked up 3.3 million likes. The video has also been viewed nearly a billion times. However, this satire was not aimed at anyone in particular. The most popular comment on YouTube, according to National Geographic, was a simple caption. “I’m the bald guy.”
Rick Astley’s “I’m the immortal song”
Despite Rick Astley’s success as a pop singer, his most popular song is considered the punchline of a bad joke. He has a very reclusive nature, and his most popular song is more like the punchline of a bad joke than a great song. Astley left the pop star life in his late twenties and devoted his time to other endeavors, including raising his daughter Emilie.
Astley’s ’80s pop’ was met with mixed reactions, with some fans comparing it to a video of an awkward high school photo. Others compared it to a “Rick-Roll” meme. However, despite the gimmick, Rick Astley brought his passion to his new music. His album Beautiful Life is a look back at his life, and the music on it isn’t just pop anymore.
’80s pop music was made famous by the “Rickroll” viral marketing technique. This technique, originally a music video, was included in emails during the early days of the internet. This video was included in a collaboration with AAA Insurance, which has since been posted on YouTube. The song itself has garnered 1.2 billion YouTube views and 600 million streams on Spotify. The video has become an Internet meme, and is being used in commercials and online video websites.
This video became an Internet phenomenon and became infamous. Many internet users resorted to the Rickrolling technique, which involves tricking people into clicking a link that leads to a Rick Astley video instead of a website. In addition to the viral marketing campaign, Astley’s record sales saw a significant boost. However, the internet censorship of “Rickrolling” is still a real problem.