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The youtube stars heading for burnout
LopDude
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The youtube stars heading for burnout
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The YouTube stars heading for burnout: ‘The most fun job imaginable became deeply bleak’

Why are so many YouTubers finding themselves stressed, lonely and exhausted?

When Matt Lees became a full-time YouTuber, he felt as if he had won the lottery. As a young, ambitious writer, director and presenter, he was able to create low-budget, high-impact films that could reach a worldwide audience, in a way that would have been impossible without the blessing of television’s gatekeepers just a few years earlier. In February 2013, he had his first viral hit, an abridged version of Sony’s announcement of its PlayStation 4 video game console, dubbed with a cheerily acerbic commentary. Within days the video had been watched millions of times. “It hardly seems viral at all, by today’s standards,” Lees says, yet it was one of the most viewed videos on YouTube that month. The boost to Lees’ ego was nothing compared with the effect it had on his career. When YouTube’s algorithm notices this sort of success, it starts directing viewers to the uploader’s other videos, earning the channel more subscribers and, via the snippety advertisements that play before each one, higher income. Overnight, Lees had what seemed like the first shoots of a sustainable career.

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RE: The youtube stars heading for burnout
they should get proper jobs
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RE: The youtube stars heading for burnout
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 05:40 PM)
they should get proper jobs

i partially concur. FWIW, that movlogs needs to go...mostly click bait vids.Anon

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Fads come and go.
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RE: The youtube stars heading for burnout
question of the day...which youtube vlogger has the most annoying channel?

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