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A frequent user of the video-sharing website YouTube, especially someone who produces and appears in videos on the site:‘we've been seeing top YouTubers getting TV deals over the last couple of years’
- ‘The YouTuber applied a liquid foundation directly onto the end of an angled foundation brush and dotted the product onto forehead, cheeks, chin and nose.’
- ‘YouTuber Hugo took a selfie of himself every day from the age of 12 to the age of 19.’
- ‘The fact is companies need YouTubers now more than ever.’
- ‘In the most puzzling transformation, she now goes by the name of VenetianPrincess and is a successful YouTuber.’
- ‘Jim had jobs in insurance and retail before finding success as a YouTuber.’
- ‘He has made a name for himself by doing the opposite of other fellow YouTubers.’
- ‘With that in mind, here's a list of five Canadian YouTubers that should be on your radar.’
- ‘If a YouTuber asks for money for delivering great content, it's not wrong - it's a compensation.’
- ‘Only two percent of YouTubers who had less than 5000 subscribers said they took money from a publisher.’
- ‘The 29-year-old YouTuber has just launched a new series on a TV network, airing Friday nights!’
Early 21st century: from YouTube, the proprietary name of the video-sharing website.
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