Most Helpful Opinions
I'm only replying "no" because you made it seem like someone's just getting started in this world. Not only it's tough to get started in these jobs, to get a consistent following community in these platforms and also stand out from a massive crowd of people trying the very same thing, but it's also a job that might go to shit if the social media changed its payoff and algorithm, or if it just dies and gets replaced by another.0
Depends on if they have an actual following where they can make enough money to give us a good life. In this day and age , it doesn’t take that long to become social media famous SO if they have a small following and it’s been at least half a year - they need to find a real job.0
What Girls & Guys Said
Yes, but they are not jobsites. The chances of becoming successful or actually making any money at all is slim. Most of the popular channels I've seen either lived with their parents or had an established career beforehand.0
No way…. Only to media outlets but not in a relationship.0
The only opinion from girls was selected the Most Helpful Opinion, but you can still contribute by sharing an opinion!
I will tell you a story. There was this kid on youtube who played fortnite and call of duty. He put up a bunch of videos to get enough subscribers so that he could LIVE stream on youtube. I found him one night playing the modern warfare 2. I would flip him a few bucks here and there and he may have had 9 to 15 watching every night. He had like 3k subscribers at the time.
That was five years ago. He now has like 500k subscibers making a great living at what he loves to do. Here is the thing. It takes time and it's a grind. So if you're willing to put in the time and the grind then I say go for it. Most people give up though after a few months.