YouTube’s Top 5 Trending Videos for 2013

Can you believe we’re into our last month of the year? Christmas is in less than two weeks and we’re soon to open the doors to 2014. So as we say goodbye to the fabulous year that was 2013, YouTube leaves behind it’s 2013 mark with their top 10 trending videos for the year.

Taking number one spot is a song about animal noises, or more specifically about not knowing about a noise an animal makes. Congratulations to Ylvis with “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)

In second place is a Norwegian army doing their rendition of the Harlem Shake (not quite sure how this made it), but here you have it. Harlem Shake (original army edition).

Third Place is a rather amusing video clip featuring two guys demonstrating how animals eat. “How Animals Eat their Food.

Fourth place was awarded to a parody of Miley Cirus’ Wrecking Ball Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version) – with a male impersonating the infamous performance.

And finally, in fifth position, is a rather creative, cute, yet slightly freaky video from Evian featuring adults seeing themselves as babies. baby&me / the new evian film.

when you cosnider that 80% of Youtube views come from outside the US, you can see the huge potential there is to go viral through this video sharing site.

YouTube is a phenomenon and continues to be a source of great content, and a platform for businesses to share their messages. What have you shared about your business on YouTube?

At Media Messages we share our message on YouTube on a weekly basis – it is after all, the third largest search engine.

 

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