YouTube recently launched a new feature where new members have the option to subscribe to featured creators. YouTube provides the video creator with an e-mail alert, and many creators have decided to create “welcome to YouTube” videos. None have been as funny as this parody done by one of my favorite online creators, ZackScott.
Zack uses his moment with new YouTubers to provide a parody of how to use YouTube. Claiming to be the most popular YouTuber in the past 8 years, Zack encourages new members to make long videos packed with jump cuts. He reminds them that they can submit, but must first provide a 200-400 word explanation for their video and send it to him. And he shows how his cat video got more than 1 billion views. All the while he delivers the video with a straight face as the rest of us giggle like stoned teenagers in Church.