YouTube: Five Pinoy Channels You Should Subscribe

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Checking out on YouTube is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to obtain answers to our “how- to’s” in today’s digital era. It’s as simple as one-two-three: just enter in any query you’re looking for, and voila! you’ll get a lot of suggestions.

The way we see information has altered as a result of video platforms all over the Internet. Every day, five billion videos are posted to a video-sharing website like YouTube, ranging from song covers, music videos, cosmetic tips, product reviews, and more.

Since then, the Youtube platform has become home to the world’s up-and-coming influencers and vloggers. And in the Philippines, this medium has led a career path for Filipinos who want to make a name for themselves.

Filipino Youtubers You Should Follow:

1.Wil Dasovich

Filipino-American Wil Dasovich began his vlogging career in November 2014. In the following year, Wil started gaining recognition when a video of him with his father, Steve Dasovich, speaking “Swardspeak” or “bekinese” went viral.

Since then, Wil has been making videos about his spontaneous adventures and bonding moments with family and friends. Although he grew up in the United States, Wil is still relatable to his Filipino fans because he never forgets to add aspects of Pinoy culture to his vlogs.

2. Erwan Heussaff

Erwan Heussaff, a triathlete, entrepreneur, food and cocktail connoisseur, and health buff, became popular because of his blog, where he writes mostly about living a healthy lifestyle.

Since being a blogger gave Heussaff the ability to reach more people, he decided to create his own YouTube channel. And through his vlogs, he’s able to reach more people who are currently struggling with their health concerns.

Whether it be product reviews, travel vlogs or DIY crafts, YouTube has a specific channel for any of your interests. 

3. Toni Gonzaga-Soriano

One of the most in-demand actresses and hosts, Toni Gonzaga, speaks as to where she gets more profit in doing both vlogging and being in television.

Probably, among the highest-paid personalities in the show business industry is Toni Gonzaga. She is not just one of the most respected hosts but she is also an in-demand actress and a singer.

Aside from being in the show business industry, she is now among the fast-rising stars on Youtube. Her channel features Toni Talks where she interviews and introduces people from different walks of life to the public. Every new video she uploads trends and in every video, people could not help but be impressed as they always learn something from her and they see the other side of the person she is interviewing.

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4. Slater Young

Home tours currently have us obsessed on YouTube. But if you’ve gone down the rabbit hole, we’re sure you’ve expanded binge-watching to tips and tricks as well. Take Slater Young’s channel, for example. Here, the once-actor turned engineer and vlogger gives some solid advice on constructing, designing, and maintaining your dream home. If his and wife Kryz Uy’s house, the Skypod, is anything to go by, he definitely knows his stuff!

Slater Young is most popularly known as the grand winner of Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited in 2012. This entrepreneur, model, and television personality grew up in Cebu and finished a degree in civil engineering from the University of San Carlos. Perhaps his penchant for anything about engineering started with his exposure to his father’s steel building manufacturing business. However, he chose to carve his own path as a civil engineer. One manifestation of this is his YouTube channel, dedicated to giving a few tips and advice on constructing your own house, investments, risk management for your constructions, home essential items, and many more. He also has some vlogs featuring his lovely wife and their son Scott Knoa.

5. Oliver Austria

Meet Pinoy Architect Oliver Austria of YouTube famous for his video reactions on celebrity houses from where you can also learn a thing or two about architecture.

YouTube vlogging has seemingly turned as everyone’s platform where they can share their passion with people, be famous, and earn money at the same time. Depending on the number of people who subscribed to your channel and to the number of views of the uploaded video, one can surely earn much through video blogging.

And one of the channels that everyone learned to love as they can learn a lot of things regarding architecture is the channel owned by Pinoy Architect Oliver Austria. The very first reaction video he made featuring a house owned by famous people is the house of late influencer Lloyd Cadena. It was after the failed stairs in his house went viral online.

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Enjoying YouTube Streaming in the Comfort of Your Condo

Camella Manors offers you the best practical home solution for a starting family with flexible payment terms, strategic locations, less dense communities, resort-themed amenities, large open spaces, a safe and secured environment, etc.

The brand offers you the high-quality and exclusive condo for sale properties located across the Philippines from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Camella Manors gives you a variety of condos for sale in the Philippines but the brand and its developments are more than condominiums offered for purchase. The brand believes that anyone can achieve their dream property in the city and your home is what Camella and Camella Manors offer.

The brand developments offer sub-urban-themed communities that gladly showcase and make you feel the Filipino way of living even you are moving and living higher inside a condominium. More importantly, all projects are tandem with commercial strips and conveniences to better the lifestyle in just one place.

Find a life well-lived today to any of the condos for sale in Camella Manors nationwide. Inquire directly through the official website or to other official social media channels of the condominium brand of Camella Homes, Camella Manors.  

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