Famous Utah YouTubers make guest star appearances
Utah has become one of the top locations for high-quality YouTube videos. Several Utah YouTubers, also known as Utubers, have built up their channels enough to make their video production a full-time job. Now several Utah YouTube celebrities have joined together to create fun collaborative videos.
According to Ricky Butler, the creator of YouTube advertising company Plaid Social Labs, Utah is the No. 3 location in the world for YouTube celebrities, just behind Hollywood and London.
"Utah is seriously exploding with YouTube celebrities," Butler said. "I think what's happening, specifically with Utah, is that we're the first community that has decided to do quality production."
But not only have Utahns found success, they have formed a community among themselves. Josh Gibson manages the tight-knit community on Facebook where Utubers can coordinate and give advice to each other.
"I think there is an element to it that is especially present in Utah — that everybody is just very willing to help each other out for fairly non-selfish reasons," Gibson said. "I think that is a big reason why Utah YouTubers are so successful. They're not only willing, but love to help each other out."
This close friendship has also resulted in the following videos, which feature Utubers making guest appearances on one another's channels.
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