You are here


'Success' on YouTube still means a life of poverty

Over 95 per cent of those trying to become YouTubers won't make enough money off advertising to crack the US poverty line

Swedish Youtube personality Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg, in Indochine restaurant at the Gardens By The Bay in May 2013.

YouTube blogger Zoe Sugg, known as Zoella (above), with her debut novel Girl Online in 2014.

DO your children dream of YouTube stardom? Do them a favour: Crush that ambition now.

New research out of Germany billed as among the first to review the chances of making it in the new Hollywood shows a vanishingly small number will ever break through - just like in the old Hollywood....

BT is now on Telegram!

For daily updates on weekdays and specially selected content for the weekend. Subscribe to