This year’s trends have been altered as a result of stay-at-home orders in the US and around the world. Be it living room workouts, how to cut your own hair or virtual graduation ceremonies, YouTube has seen engagement increase across the board.
Through all the bordem that may have hit in 2020, the creators and artists on YouTube have got you back, quickly adapting their content to suit the new norm. Whether it’s addressing racial injustice or a video game live stream, creators have helped provide something for everyone, whether you’re looking to educate yourself or kickback and relax.
YouTube doesn’t really qualify how ‘Trending’ is determined, but it’s more than just the most-viewed. Likely a number of other factors are involved, such as watch time, likes/dislikes ratio and shares. YouTube say these videos resonated the most with US viewers, combining a total of more than 356 million views between them, for around 48 million watched hours and 175 million subscribers across the channels.