YouTube no longer a shortcut to instant fame and fortune
Some of Ireland’s highest-profile YouTube content makers are having to find other ways to generate income
It once looked like the dream job: making money by creating your own content to upload onto the world’s biggest video streaming service, YouTube.
But with advertisers becoming more wary of using the site, some of Ireland’s highest-profile YouTube content makers are having to find other ways to generate income.
Inconsistencies in the company’s ability to police advertising came to light in recent months resulting in many big brands pulling their...
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