Liam Sullivan became a YouTube phenom thanks to his hilarious alter ego “Kelly” and her deliciously bitch love for “Shoes.” The random music video has been viewed by more than 25 million times so the LA Times went to the comedian to ask Sullivan for his surefire tips to duplicate his YouTube star status. Not surprisingly, Sullivan downplays his expert advice by simply saying that he didn’t know what he was doing and the best way to find your way to the top of YouTube’s user heap is to “not follow anyone’s advice on how to make a hit video on YouTube.” Check the other six uninsightful tips in the LAT’s story here. - CHRIS GARDNER
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