Youtube blogger buys herself a $1.5m house! Who said blgging doesn’t pay?

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    Youtube blogger Zoe Sugg 24 purchased a mansion worth
    one million pounds and she’s inspiring a new generation of vloggers.
    Zoe began her career as a teenager in 2009 posting videos on YouTube
    about fashion and beauty from her bedroom.  She also published her first book “Girl Online” which did very well in the late months of 2014. She is known as
    Zoella on the internet!

    But
    seven million subscribers later the internet superstar better
    known as Zoella, has bought herself a £1million five-bedroom mansion in
    the Brighton area. Miss
    Sugg will share the house with blogger boyfriend Alfie Deyes, 21, and
    says that she has christened the house the ‘Zalfie Pad.’ Photos of the home

    That’s her boyfriend in the picture above

    After
    finishing her A-Levels at the local Corsham School – she took art,
    photography and textiles – the 24-year-old started an apprenticeship at
    an interior design company. Soon
    her YouTube channel, set up in 2009, became her full-time job, with
    more than six million subscribers and 12 million hits on her vlogs per
    month.   

    Zoe now charges £20,000 a month to advertisers who want to place products alongside her fashion tips.

    Such
    is the power of the posts of Wiltshire-born Zoe that skincare brands
    such as Simple and fashion labels including Topshop are queueing up to
    work with her. 

    She
    has created a range of beauty products, published a bestselling novel,
    been signed by Radio 1, is the charity Mind’s digital ambassador and was
    selected, along with brother Joe and boyfriend Alfie, to take part in
    Bob Geldof’s re-release of the Band Aid single.

    Penguin
    Random House, the publisher behind her book Girl Online, agreed to sign
    Zoella after its CEO Tom Weldon was told by his 13-year-old goddaughter
    that the book would be ‘a huge best-seller’. 

    Source UK Daily Mail 
    Just passing by zebra crossing.

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