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This course teaches you how to start a lucrative YouTube career

This course teaches you how to start a lucrative YouTube career
This course teaches you how to start a lucrative YouTube career

TL;DR: The Video Editing and Marketing Certification bundle is on sale for £34.43 as of August 11, saving you 97% on list price.

To make a career out of content creation, you’ll need to be trained on video editing, production, and animation, as well as video marketing. This is where the Videography Editing and Marketing bundle comes into play.

On sale for £34.43, this affordable master class doesn’t just start and stop with video editing (although there are plenty of lessons dedicated to just that). It also comes chock-full of business and marketing courses that will prove to be invaluable if you are hoping to turn your passion for vlogging into a side-hustle or even full-time career.

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The Videography Editing and Marketing Certification bundle is broken up into

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The rise of Jake Paul, the YouTube megastar whose home was raided by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation

Jake Paul.
Jake Paul.

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  • Jake Paul is a 23-year-old YouTube star who got his start on video-sharing app Vine.

  • The former Disney Channel actor has nearly 20 million subscribers on YouTube, where he posts vlogs and pranks.

  • Paul appeared to marry fellow YouTuber Tana Mongeau in 2019, but it was later revealed that the marriage was fake. 

  • The FBI raided Paul’s Calabasas, California mansion on Wednesday as part of an ongoing investigation into unspecified “criminal acts” regarding Paul’s May visit to a Scottsdale, Arizona, mall, an agency spokesperson said. 

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Jake Paul, 23, is one-half of the Paul brothers, two of the most recognizable and controversial YouTube stars. Paul garnered online fame on Vine before even graduating high school, and found early notoriety as a star on Disney Channel. 

Since then, Paul has gained millions of followers across social

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Can anyone sing gospel music? This part-Samoan, former YouTube heartthrob aims to find out

Alex Aiono, who grew up in the Mormon Church, has just released a new album, "The Gospel at 23." <span class="copyright">(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)</span>
Alex Aiono, who grew up in the Mormon Church, has just released a new album, “The Gospel at 23.” (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

In his song “Old AF,” Alex Aiono describes feeling, at age 23, as though he’s already “old as f—.”

“Some days I’m running out of breath / Some days I’m running out of time,” he sings in a moist, R&B-schooled croon. It’s an understandable admission from a young striver who’s done a bit of everything in show business, from viral YouTube videos to major-label pop singles to a gig hosting the Radio Disney Music Awards, since he came to Los Angeles a decade ago determined to become a star.

What’s surprising about “Old AF” is that the song isn’t a throbbing trap cut or a whiny piano ballad but an exuberant gospel number complete with a choir repeatedly setting off that F-bomb behind

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Internet star Gabbie Hanna says YouTube has fostered a toxic environment where drama channels are encouraged to take down top creators

Gabbie Hanna's career as a Viner turned YouTuber took a dark turn over the past year.
Gabbie Hanna’s career as a Viner turned YouTuber took a dark turn over the past year.

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  • Internet personality Gabbie Hanna recently stoked controversy by fighting with friends, drama channels, and YouTube itself before deactivating her Twitter and Instagram accounts.

  • Hanna, who has over 6 million YouTube subscribers, also became a TikTok meme when users turned one of her rants into a sound bite.

  • In an interview with Insider, Hanna discussed her recent controversies, her mental health, and her relationship with YouTube.

  • Hanna said the platform had fostered a toxic environment where drama, commentary, and “tea” channels are incentivized to repeatedly tear down top creators.

  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Before her abrupt disappearance from the internet, Gabbie Hanna seemed as if she were living the influencer dream.

After beginning her online career in 2014 on the TikTok predecessor Vine, Hanna transitioned her audience to YouTube, where she

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