How to grow a YouTube empire

Over at TechInsider there’s an indepth look at the rise of Smosh. Started by a couple of teens at home, in a time before money could be made on YouTube, they’ve gone on to amass billions of views and millions of subscribers.

THE ORIGINAL YOUTUBE STARS: How Smosh went from a ridiculous Pokémon video to a comedy empire

Teenagers Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla were living at home in 2005, months after graduating from high school, when they began to unlock the secrets of going viral.

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Phil Smy

I am currently a student in the Raindance Film Degree Masters program. This site comes from the research I am doing as I learn more about film production and distribution.

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