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As of February 2014, Tran has 335 videos available on her YouTube channel.<ref name="communitychannel"/> Tran created her first video on 12 September 2006.<ref name="communitychannel"/><ref>{{cite web |url= |title=quiz |author=communitychannel |date=25 September 2006 |work= |publisher=YouTube |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref>
As of February 2014, Tran has 335 videos available on her YouTube channel.<ref name="communitychannel"/> Tran created her first video on 12 September 2006.<ref name="communitychannel"/><ref>{{cite web |url= |title=quiz |author=communitychannel |date=25 September 2006 |work= |publisher=YouTube |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref>
Tran has over 1.46 million subscribers and more than 496 million video views.<ref name="communitychannel">{{cite web |url= |title=communitychannel's Channel |author=communitychannel |publisher=YouTube |accessdate=12 August 2013}}</ref> Her popularity has attracted wide-ranging media coverage, including interviews and appearances in print, on television, online and on the radio. [[The Sydney Morning Herald]],<ref name="smhqueen" /> Western Australia Today,<ref>{{cite news |url= |accessdate=7 March 2009 |first=Asher |last=Moses |date=4 February 2009 |publisher=[[WAtoday]] |title=Natalie Tran - Australia's queen of YouTube}}</ref> B&T Magazine,<ref>{{cite news |url= |first=Asher |last=Moses |title=Social Media and YouTube |date=4 March 2009 |work=B&T |publisher=[[Reed Business Information]] |accessdate=7 March 2009}}</ref> [[Venus Zine]],<ref>{{cite news|url=|title=If Flight of the Conchords were an Australian woman... |last=Van Deven|first=Mandy|date=13 February 2009|work=[[Venus Zine]]|accessdate=7 March 2009}}</ref> [[Der Spiegel]],<ref>{{cite news|url=,1518,605708-3,00.html|title=Top-Girls auf YouTube: Festival der schönen Unbekannten|last=Patalong|first=Frank|date=9 February 2009|work=[[Der Spiegel]]|language=German|accessdate=7 March 2009}}</ref> Seventeen,<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Get Serious with communitychannel | |date=1 December 2011 |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref> Báo Viêt Luận Online,<ref>{{cite news |url= |accessdate=7 March 2009 |title="Nữ Hoàng Úc" gốc Việt |date=6 February 2009 }}</ref> Việt Tribune,<ref>{{cite news |url= |accessdate=8 March 2009 |date=20 February 2009 |title=Natalie Trần: Nữ hoàng Youtube Úc Đại lợi}}</ref> [[VnExpress]],<ref>{{cite news |url= |accessdate=8 March 2009 |title=Nữ sinh gốc Việt và kho video thu hút 65 triệu người xem |date=22 February 2009}}</ref> [[Triple J]],<ref>{{cite news |url= |accessdate=7 March 2009 |title=My Face&mdash; Will you end up regretting what you reveal about yourself online? |date=22 September 2008 |publisher=ABC Australia |first=Steve |last=Cannane }}</ref> and the [[Hot30 Countdown]]<ref>{{cite web |url= |title= Natalie Tran Videos - Hot30 Countdown |publisher=Austereo |author=Hot30 Countdown |accessdate=28 March 2010}}</ref> are among the highlights. Her passionate defence of [[Vegemite]],<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Re: The Australians are fooling us |author=communitychannel |date=30 January 2007|publisher=YouTube |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref> made in response to a YouTube video by [[Ben Going]],<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=The Australians are Fooling Us All! |author=boh3m3 |date=27 January 2007 |publisher=YouTube |accessdate=24 July 2010 }}</ref> was featured on the Australian television programme ''[[A Current Affair]]'' on February 2007, as part of the [[Ben Going#Vegemite wars|Vegemite wars]] segment.{{Citation needed|date=February 2014}}
Tran has been widely recognised for her creativity and Internet savvy. In 2007, barely a year after uploading her first video, she was foremost among the Australian YouTube celebrities invited to participate in the launch of YouTube Australia.<ref name="Jansen">{{cite news |url= |title=In Pictures: YouTube down under |last=Jansen |first=Dave |date=24 October 2007 |work=Australian [[PC World (magazine)|PC World]] |accessdate=7 March 2009}}</ref> She was commissioned by [[The Sydney Morning Herald]] as a contributor and ''Real World Correspondent'' to their technology [[vlog]] ''Digital Life'',<ref>{{cite news |url= |title=Digital Life |publisher=[[The Sydney Morning Herald]] |accessdate=26 April 2009}}</ref> a position that complemented Séamus Byrne, the program's then principal anchor. Although her skits were specifically written and created for ''Digital Life'', they were produced almost entirely in the same manner and form as her YouTube material. In 2011, Natalie made the paper's annual list of Sydney's 100 most influential people.<ref>{{cite web|author=Stephanie Wood |url= |title=Sydney's Top 100 Most Influential People | |date= |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref>
Tran has also actively participated in several award shows and conferences. In May 2009, for example, Natalie was among the first of the featured speakers to open "Creative Sydney" at the [[Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney|Museum of Contemporary Art]].<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Vivid Sydney: Creative Sydney 2009 Program Details |author= |date= |work= |publisher=MiSociety |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Creative Sydney: Wednesday 27th&nbsp;May 2009 |author=creativesydney |date=27 May 2009 |work= |publisher=Flickr |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref> In 2010, Tran spoke at the Entertainment Gathering (EG) convention in [[Monterey, California]]<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=The Conference Presenters E.G. Year 4 (2010)}}</ref> and went on to deliver a well received presentation at ideaCity<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Natalie Tyler Tran |author=ideaCity |year=2010 |work=Moses Znaimer's ideaCity 2010: Ideas Change the World |publisher=ideaCity |accessdate=24 June 2010}}</ref> in [[Toronto]], [[Canada]] later that same year.<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Nat's talk at Ideacity and audition for Toy Story 3 Communitychannel |date=23 June 2010 |work= |publisher=YouTube |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref> More recently, she took part in the 2013 Social Star Awards, announcing the nominees for the Most Popular Sports Person in a short ''Communitychannel'' style video,<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Social Star Awards 2013 - full event |publisher=YouTube |date= |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref> and spoke at the Commercial National Radio Conference in Brisbane, Australia this past October.<ref> |Conference Program Friday 11th October 2013</ref>
Tran was nominated for "Best YouTube Channel or Personality" and "Funniest YouTube Channel" by [[Mashable]] at their 2009 ''Open Web Awards''<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=500 Leading Nominees in Mashables's #openwebawards |author=Sharon Feder |date= |work= |publisher=Mashable |accessdate=24 July 2010}}</ref> and received the second-most votes in [[Michael Buckley (Internet celebrity)|Michael Buckley]]'s Miss YouTube contest.<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Miss YouTube 2009! |publisher=YouTube |author=What the Buck|date=22 April 2009}}</ref> Beginning in 2010, Internet Critic TC Chandler put Natalie on his long running "100 Most Beautiful Faces" list.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=The "Independent Critics" List 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2010 | |date=11 February 2013 |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref> He would do so again in 2011 and 2012.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=The "Independent Critics" List 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2011 | |date= |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=The "Independent Critics" List 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2012 | |date= |accessdate=21 July 2013}}</ref>
The analytics firm TubeMogul placed Tran on their list of top earners from YouTube advertising in 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Our Natalie raking in $100,000 a year from YouTube|first=Asher|last=Moses|date=20 August 2010|work=Sydney Morning Herald}}</ref> According to TubeMogul, she made over one hundred thousand dollars that year, enough to claim the tenth spot overall.<ref name="MailOnline_Aug2010"/> Based on data released by YouTube, her YouTube channel had more views in one week in March 2011 than many of the most popular television shows on Australian television.<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Natalie Tran: Bigger than free TV |author=Tim Burrowes |date=17 March 2011 |work= |publisher=mUmBRELLA |accessdate=23 March 2011}}</ref> Tran also worked as a Sydney correspondent for ''[[The Project (TV program)|The Project]]''{{'}}s Metro Whip Around segment. In 2011, she appeared as a guest on an episode of the [[List of Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation episodes (series 3)|third series]] of ''[[Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation]]''.
As of February 2014, Tran has more than 198,000 followers on [[Twitter]], posting upwards of 3,500 personal tweets for fans.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=natalie tran (natalietran) on Twitter |publisher=Twitter |date= |accessdate=9 August 2013}}</ref>
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