How To Get The Most Out Of A Top Video Trend

From one hundred layers of nail polish to cutting things with a thousand degree knife, YouTube video trends come in all shapes and sizes. Creating a viral video trend might be a stroke of luck, but capitalizing on that trend will really help you make the most of it.

When The Gabbie Show recorded herself singing with noise cancelling headphones, she may not have thought that the trend would catch on so quickly. However, plenty of other non-musical YouTube stars, such as Shane Dawson and Joey Graceffa, were quick to join in on the new trend.

Here’s how The Gabbie Show got the most out of the top video trend that she created.

1. Think outside of the box when it comes to video ideas.

When it comes to video ideas, the crazier you can think, the better! Jenna Marbles has created several viral trends simply by creating the kind of videos she wanted to see. After she covered her entire face in rhinestones, every other YouTuber was rushing to the craft store.

2. React to the crazy video you made.

After Gabbie got a couple million views on her original video, she got another two million by reacting to it on her second channel. Viewers loved seeing if she reacted to her singing the same way they did.

3. Do it all over again!

After the immense success of her first video, Gabbie decided to do it all over again. Her second video about noise cancelling headphones wasn’t quite as popular as the first, but it still made a lot of viewers laugh.

When The Gabbie Show started a viral video trend, she was quick to capitalize on its success. Follow these tips to get the most out of your next popular video.

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Kristen Harris enjoys listening to a wide range of music, from Taylor Swift to, on occasion, Celtic instrumental. She also spends her time writing, reading, and baking.

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