Why do YouTubers say guys so much?

Why do YouTubers say what’s up guys?

So Americans say “Hey guys, whats up”, what they mean is “Hello, everybody!”, it’s just an informal way of greeting your viewers that sounds friendly and inviting, and like you’re open to responses.

Why do YouTubers exaggerate?

It all just feels so rehearsed/over the top like they are intentionally trying to make it seem more amazing/scary than it is, or just trying to be funny just for YouTube (when in reality it isn’t to me 99% of the time).

Why do YouTubers speak so fast?

There can be many reasons why some YouTubers speak extra fast or speed up their videos, rest assured there isn’t some special guideline by which if you talk fast or speed up you’ll get more views or be more interesting or anything of the sort, it’s just an individual style of video making.

Why do YouTubers talk the same?

The style works. Someone started it out and people really enjoyed it. So of course others who follow in the same path are going to use a similar style. That’s not to say another style won’t work, it will just take guts to do something different and see if people like it.

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Why do people think yelling is funny?

The classic mistake of a comedian or rapper or speaker is to substitute volume for the genuine emotion of frustration or enthusiasm. Yelling into the mic doesn’t get the audience excited. It causes them to close down or worse, get angry.

Why do YouTubers make weird faces?

YouTubers call this their “thumbnail face”. The purpose is to display an exaggerated emotion in order to capture the viewers attention. If they look at the thumbnail, they may read the title, and if they read the title, that may pull them in closer to watch the start of the video.

Why are gaming YouTubers so loud?

Because it makes money. Just playing games isn’t entertaining, but if you’re loud and over the top you get more followers. PewdiePie is a millionaire due to him being one of the first. He got lots of followers back when there weren’t that many people to follow.

Why do YouTubers talk slow?

YouTubers’ monologues often speed up and slow down, for example. “Changing of pacing—that gets your attention,” Baron says. And elongating certain words helps change up the pace. People also tend to move their heads and hands a lot in these videos, raise their eyebrows, and open their mouths wider than necessary.

Why do YouTubers always have their mouth open?

The main purpose of the thumbnail is to actually attract you to see the video in any weirdest way possible. Now see such thumbnails with the mouths open have already attracted you so much that you actually posted a question on this matter. So the creator of the thumbnail has succeeded in his mission.

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How do you talk like a Vlogger?

As a vlogger, you’ve got to get comfortable talking to the camera.

  1. Always stare into the lens. Many vlogging cameras have flip up screens so you can watch yourself as you’re talking. …
  2. Smile! When people see someone smiling, it makes them smile themselves. …
  3. Speak loudly.

Why do so many Youtubers scream?

The yelling to draw attention; to keep attention. And the constant entreaties to subscribe (sometimes accompanied by threats if you don’t).

Why do Youtubers speak weird?

For a YouTuber, rhythm and cadence is a huge factor. “They’re trying to keep it more casual, even if what they’re saying is standard adding a different kind of intonation makes it more engaging to listen to.” This all goes back to having to show excitement and enthusiasm.

Why do Youtubers talk like robots?

Originally Answered: Why are more and more YouTube videos using robotic voices to narrate? It’s cheaper, you don’t have to use a mic. It’s faster because it’s less prone to grammar errors. Just easier for non-native speakers.