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Is it time for a career change?
If you’ve been looking for a sign that it might be time to switch careers, consider this: the country’s top tech vloggers (or video bloggers) earn as much as P351,000 to P522,000 monthly. This is according to a new study by ecommerce aggregator ...
 
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These commercials harnessed the power of storytelling.
People don’t normally go to YouTube to watch commercials, but there are some ads that made people do exactly that. YouTube unveiled the most engaging ads on its platform for the year 2020. Some of the ads became hits because of the ...
 
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We can’t wait to travel again.
If you’re like us, you’re probably close to going mad since the lockdown effectively squelched our plans to freely travel anywhere that’s not in our immediate vicinity. But the vaccine is on its way (hopefully) and at this point, it’s only a ...
 
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From a 40-plus IFBB pro to a bachelor living the dream life, these fitness vloggers, YouTubers, and bloggers inform and entertain.
When you watch these fitness vloggers, YouTubers, or bloggers on the tiny screen of your cracked smartphone, you’re not only looking for tips on how to get jacked. You’re also looking for entertainment. These six guys, apart from sharing knowledge about, yes, how ...
 
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He’s been called ‘Santa on a Bike.’
The year has been rough and challenging for everyone. But while some people seem to have lost hope, there are individuals who go above and beyond to touch lives and deliver happiness in the best way that they can. He is “Santa on a ...
 
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Plus: Who are the rising YouTubers in the country?
Consider how two kinds of content have risen to the top of local YouTube during the pandemic: gardening and fitness. That doesn’t mean that you’re watching fitfluencers doing bicep curls with potted plants (though there’s probably videos like that on the site). ...
 
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It’s quintessentially Filipino.
Let’s face it: Most of us play The Sims to fulfill our (financial) dreams. There’s no Ctrl + Shift + C in the real world, and definitely no motherlode. With all the simoleons players can cheat into their pockets, players can build the ...
 
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In a quest for 'likes' and 'subscribers', a generation of wannabe YouTube stars embarked on ever more dangerous pranks - with disastrous consequences. In an extract from his new book YouTubers, Esquire contributor Chris Stokel-Walker tells the story of 'Dammit Boy', a Desert Eagle pistol and life ruined in pursuit of a new kind of celebrity
With a wild look in his wide eyes, a glistening stud in each ear, and a camera in his right hand, Pedro Ruiz III stood on a scrub of green space behind the garage of his family home in the town of Halstad ...
 
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From a travel vlogger to an animator, these Filipino men are proving that being a YouTuber can be a lucrative job.
Who would've thought being a YouTuber could be a lucrative profession?That might still be hard to grasp for some, but it’s no secret that many of the platform’s most popular personalities are now earning millions of dollars every year. Forbes’ latest list ...
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