This relatable approach to content works because while TikTok users come to the account for laughs, they are also shown videos of her excellent work as a stylist. Her TikTok now has 4.9 million followers, and Theresa has said often in her videos that she now has so many customers she often requires new ones to book her months in advance. 5. Girl With The Dog's YouTube Channel Girl With The Dog's is a YouTube channel run by a professional pet groomer named Vanessa, owner of Perfect Pooches Dog Grooming in Ontario Canada.
The channel features excellent content marketing by providing entertainment for viewers while also showing off her skills as a groomer — I mean, who doesn't like to see dramatic huskies screaming at a little blow dryer? As a result of her content marketing efforts, Vanessa's channel now has 1.5 million followers — and her clientele has grown fax number list to include cats and the occasional pig. She was also able to raise enough money to donate to animal sanctuaries. 6. Crunchyroll Collections Crunchyroll is a U.S.-based company that licenses, distributes, and streams anime around the world. One of the ways Crunchyroll markets itself online is through YouTube via its Crunchyroll Collections channel. Crunchyroll Collections hosts clips and compilation videos of highly searched moments from popular anime.
This type of content marketing engages viewers, keeps the brand at the top of search results for popular anime, and shows how broad the company's catalog is — encouraging viewers to subscribe to its streaming service. Notice there is even a button in the channel's banner that viewers can click to start a 14-day free trial if they want more content. Crunchyroll is a content marketing exampleImage source 7. Chewy's YouTube Channel Chewy is an online retailer of pet products that has found a unique way to promote its different products. Chewy's YouTube channel is full of advice regarding pets, training, and animal health.