Andrew Schulz has recently shared one major piece of advise that he thinks, if MrBeast follows, will make the YouTube more popular, famous, and connected to the main-stream.
MrBeast is a viral YouTube sensation who is known for his philanthropic and crazy videos. He is also regarded as one of the most subscribed YouTubers on the planet.
MrBeast’s Squid Game Recreation
More recently, MrBeast released a Squid Game recreation video that has taken the online world by storm!
Squid Game, the famous Netflix Korean series has been the talk of the town since it’s release. When MrBeast recreated the whole series in his video, the thing went crazy and fetched MrBeast 5 million subscribers in 5 days.
After the release of MrBeast’s Squid Game recreation video, fellow YouTubers and influencers reacted to the video as well.
British YouTube KSI said “Yeah, that MrBeast Squid Game video was NUTS”.
LazarBeam took to his Twitter and announced his retirement after MrBeast’s highly successful Squid Game recreation. Here is what he said: “I am announcing my retirement from YouTube because MrBeast just shits on everyone whats the point of even uploading”
Andrew Schulz, during his Flagrant 2 podcast, shared one piece of advise for MrBeast. He said that the YouTuber should do more of ‘mainstream content’.
What Did Andrew Schulz Say?
“He’s been tapping into the YouTube community. But if you’re not someone who watches YouTube regularly, you’re likely not gonna know who MrBeast is, because the videos he uploads don’t tap into mainstream culture.”
“My mom might not even be on YouTube [normally], but if she wants to see something, she’s going to look it up. I wonder if he starts to bring topicality into his videos, he’ll start to go ‘Oh wow, this is how I start to cross over into the mainstream.’”
Whether or not MrBeast will pay heed to the advice of Andrew remains to be seen. But whatever be the case, the YouTuber is absolutely crushing it with his domination on the Google-owned platform.
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