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The top technology YouTubers that you should follow

In addition to offering entertainment and music videos, YouTube is also assisting people to make purchase decisions, especially the ones who would like to buy the right smartphone, laptop or any other technology gadgets.

According to research, YouTube has an impact of 64 percent of purchases made, which is the highest figure in comparison with other famous social media platforms such as Facebook or Twitter.

Therefore, there have been a lot of technology YouTubers introducing their reviews and attracting many viewers and subscriptions every day. In this post, you are going to read about some of the most famous ones of them.

Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee is also known as MKBHD, with KB standing for his initials and HD standing for high definition. He is among the most famous names on YouTube, particularly when it comes to technology field. Marques has been considered to be the best technology reviewer of the world by the former Senior Vice President of Google.

Marques began to make technology videos eleven years ago when he was still studying in high school. Up to now, there are a lot of changes because he now has more than 10 million subscribers and more than 1.6 billion total video views. He often makes reviews on mobile hardware.

Linus Tech Tips

Linus Gabriel Sebastian is another You Tuber on technology from Canada. He is the owner of four You Tube channels, including Linus Tech Tips, Techquickie, TechLinked and Channel Super Fun. Currently, he has got more than 15 million subscribers on four channels. At the beginning of the previous year, Linus Tech Tips is ranked the fifth about the mostly watched Technology channel on this platform.

Linus Tech Tips was first introduced as Linus was working at a Canadian online computer store named NCIX and they asked him to make a YouTube channel for reviewing the products on sales at their store.

Linus has attracted a lot of viewers during this time and in 2014, Tubefilter named the channel as the top 1 percent of Google’s preferred advertising channels on You Tube for the technology field.

 

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