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  • Why an eight-year-old is big on YouTube
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Why an eight-year-old is big on YouTube

From Zoella to PewDiePie to Michelle Phan, few are unfamiliar with the phenomenon of the YouTube star; teens in their millions tuning in to watch other teens play video games or share beauty tips. But how exactly is an eight-year-old aspiring chef raking in $127,000 a month in YouTube ad revenue?

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