Wednesday, February 28, 2018

‘Success’ on YouTube Still Means a Life of Poverty

Unless you have millions of subscribers, why in the world would you rely on YouTube as a primary source of income? That's just stupid.

In fact, 96.5 percent of all of those trying to become YouTubers won’t make enough money off of advertising to crack the U.S. poverty line, according to research by Mathias Bärtl, a professor at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences in Offenburg.