Daily vlogging is a lot of work, but it’s a great way to keep fans and subscribers engaged. Viewers love to share life experiences with their favorite YouTubers. While it may seem like uploading content from your daily life would get boring, these daily YouTube vloggers know that’s what fans love. They’ve gained millions of subscribers and shared their best and worst moments with their fans. Check out what makes these daily YouTube vloggers so popular.
25 top daily YouTube vloggers
Jon Olsson has been daily vlogging on and off for a couple of years. Now sharing almost daily (with some days off here and there) his channel mostly consists of life updates and luxurious travel or fancy cars.
Ellie and Jared Mecham
With 1.6 million subscribers, Ellie and Jared share the ins and outs of their daily lives with their children. Whether it’s buying a new house or their son Jackson’s 8th birthday. They started out on their channel sharing about their struggles with infertility and still share how they’re trying to grow their family.
Bryan and Missy Lanning started their channel Daily Bumps when they were starting a family. They shared the highs and lows of trying to conceive on a daily basis. Now they share their family’s days a few times a week with their over 5 million subscribers on YouTube, taking you along on their everyday life.
Sean McLoughlin is an Irish YouTuber better known as Jacksepticeye, a channel with almost 28 million subscribers. Sean is as close to a true daily vlogger as there is these days, uploading almost every single day with gaming videos and a few daily vlogs thrown in.
Charles and Allie
Charles Trippy started his channel as the CTFxC back in 2006 where he daily vlogged so many videos that he actually holds the world record for most consecutive daily video blogs. His channel, now shared with his wife Allie, shares his family’s daily life 4-5 times a week instead of every single day.
Judy Travis and her husband Benji have been vlogging since 2011 on the itsJudyslife channel. Now with over 1.8 million subscribers, Judy shares her family’s life almost every day.
With almost 11 million subscribers, Mohamed Beiraghdary is one of the most popular daily YouTube vloggers. While he no longer uploads videos every single day, he does multiple times throughout the week. His videos range from buying new cars to pranking his sister with sharks.
Tanner Fox has been on YouTube for over 10 years (he’s been filming since he was 12!) and has accumulated over 10 million subscribers. His clickbait titles keep his audience engaged and new subscribers rolling in. A lot of his videos are focused around cars, either his own or showing other people’s off, like this video with David Lee.
Entrepreneur and CEO Gary Vaynerchuk, aka GaryVee, started out sharing his daily life on YouTube. In fact, he’s documented his journey and his career on video every single day for over 13 years. While Gary is no longer showing his daily life on YouTube, he is uploading almost every single day with different helpful content, podcasts and YouTube shorts.
If you’re looking for a fun travel vlog, then look no further than Louis Cole’s travel channel. With almost 2 million subscribers, Louis and his partner travel the world usually in their converted school bus or work on their new Tesla-powered 1973 van.
Cullen and Katie
Cullen and Katie started their YouTube channel as a way to keep family and friends in the know about their daily lives when they moved away. Their channel grew in popularity when they started sharing their personal struggle with over $100,000 of debt. They continue to share their daily lives a few times a week with their 542,000 subscribers.
Alisha Marie McDonal
Alisha McDonal, aka Alisha Marie on YouTube, started her first channel back in 2008 as a makeup and lifestyle channel that has grown to over 8 million subscribers. Since then, Alisha has started her vlog channel, which has over 3 million subscribers. While Alisha normally vlogs a few times a week, over the holidays she does the popular Vlogmas trend on YouTube where she vlogs every day of December, taking a short break in January.
Brooke Miccio has been a lifestyle vlogger since her teens. Recently she has pulled back to only two video uploads a week, but she uploads “Week in My Life” vlogs showing what she got up to throughout the week to her 288K subscribers.
Lydia Millen is a fashion, lifestyle and beauty vlogger in the U.K. She’s also a successful blogger and works consistently with luxury brands like Karen Millen. With 902,000 subscribers, Lydia consistently shows up with new, long vlogs twice a week for her viewers. She shares luxury items, travel and home life with her husband, Ali Gordon, and pets.
Caitlyn Neier, a lifestyle and motherhood vlogger, shares a few daily life videos a week with her almost 100K subscribers on YouTube. Caitlyn shares openly about her road through infertility, divorcing (and then remarrying) her husband, Ty, and other lifestyle content and hauls.
With 1.4 million subscribers on her vlog channel and 2.5 million on her main channel, Remi Cruz (or Remi Ashten as her subscribers know her) shares multiple vlogs a week showing her daily life. She also participates in yearly Vlogmas videos where she uploads daily in December. Remi shares cooking ideas, keeping up with her home in LA and other lifestyle content with her friends and boyfriend.
Allison shares her simple, cozy home life with her 308K subscribers in her daily vlog series over on YouTube. Whether you’re looking for clothing hauls, yummy recipes or just cozy vlogs at home, Allison takes you through her days in a calming, loving way.
Sophie Miller (aka Sophie Jayne on YouTube), an Australian vlogger, shares her daily life a few times a week with her 235,000 subscribers. Sophie’s daily vlogs usually consist of fitness, sharing about mental health and life with her boyfriend and dogs.
Sharing her daily life with over 500K subscribers, Renee Amberg started off her channel sharing her daily life in Florida and sharing manifestation videos. After a brief move to New York City, she’s moved back to Florida and has resumed vlogging her daily life. Her videos have a productivity, lifestyle and mental health focus.
Popular DIY-vlogger, LaurDIY, started her successful main channel as a DIY channel that has grown to over 8.5 million subscribers. She has become more active on her vlog channel, LaurDIYvlogs, where she shares her daily life with the 339K subscribers. Lauren talks openly about her struggle with mental health and anxiety while also sharing her life with her boyfriend, Jeremy, and dog, Moose.
Julie and Hunter Havens
Julie Havens started her channel as a space for beauty and fashion content when she lived in California but switched her channel to be more of a family vlog with her husband, Hunter. Now both she and Hunter share their love of fashion, home decor and lifestyle with their 312,000 subscribers on YouTube. They share longer daily and weekly vlogs a couple of times a week.
Matt and Abby Howard
TikTokers Matt and Abby Howard have started focusing on their YouTube channel, which has grown to over 1 million subscribers. Matt and Abby started sharing their pregnancy with their first child, along with challenge videos and updates about their daily lives.
James and Carys Whittaker
Carys Whittaker started her first beauty, fashion and lifestyle channel on BusybeeCarys and on Instagram, but now posts more consistently on her family channel with her husband, James. James and Carys share at least one video a week, usually a long daily or weekly vlog showing you what they get up to with their new baby and dog.
One of the original vloggers, Zoe Sugg or Zoella, no longer does vlogs on the daily, but she does still share a look inside her daily life a few times a week. She started back up regular videos when she found out she was pregnant with long-time partner Alfie Deyes, another vlogger. Her almost 5 million subscribers are excited to see her back vlogging again!
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Roman Atwood and his family vlog about their everyday life to their 15.5 million subscribers. Roman got his start on YouTube in 2010 with prank videos before he changed it up three years later in 2013 to daily vlogs. While his family’s vlogs are no longer every single day, they still take you through their daily lives, with a few clickbait and public prank videos thrown in.
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