Who hasn’t heard of Zoella? If you haven’t, then you must be living under a rock, because she’s one of the most subscribed YouTubers in the world.
Zoe Elizabeth Sugg or Zoe Sugg, better known as Zoella was born to her parents Tracy and Graham Sugg on March 28, 1990, in the small town of Lacock, Wiltshire, United Kingdom.
Zoella’s Early Years
The successful YouTuber completed her A-Levels in Art, Photography and Textiles from The Corsham School. Later, Sugg started working for an interior design company when she decided to start her first attempt at blogging, starting zoella280390 which was dedicated to beauty and fashion, in February 2009.
By the end of the year Zoe had garnered over a thousand followers, however, at this point, she was still working full time with English Fashion brand New Look. In the second year of her blogger endeavor, the blog evolved into YouTube’s Zoella. She went on to create MoreZoella, her second channel, dedicated to daily vlogging.
A New Era of YouTube
As her popularity grew, she was noticed by Gleam futures. A new era of YouTube started because Gleam encouraged their influencers (back then just referred to as YouTubers) to bond with each other and created content together.
Game changers like Tanya Burr, Noimi Smart, Joe Sugg, Jim Chapman, and Alfie Deyes started featuring each other in their videos. This resulted in a massive growth of all their channels. At one point they partnered with a couple of different channels to make content for them.
By now subscribers had started speculating that romance was brewing behind the scenes between Alfie Deyes and Zoe Sugg. When
A couple of months into their relationship, the pair decided to confirm their relationship status to the world, and well, their young subscribers went wild.
As her followers increased, so did her opportunities. She, along with fellow YouTubers went on tours, had meet and greets at different events and started their merchandise.
Expanding Her Empire – Zoella Net Worth 2019
As of now, Zoella’s net worth is reported to be around £2.8 million.
She inked a two-book deal with Penguin boosted by a £100,000 advance in 2014. Her first novel, Girl Online, was released on November 25, 2014. It sold 78,109 copies in the first week and crushed the record for biggest sales by a debut author (beating Fifty Shades of Grey and even Harry Potter).
Till now the novel has sold about 298,310 copies, minting approximately £2 million. In the following year, she released the sequel.
Sugg was featured in several ads on print media, billboards, and TV and also revealed Zoella Beauty, her beauty products line.
According to CelebsNow, YouTubers earn around ‘£0.0007 per view,’ and Zoella’s channels attracts 22 million views per month on average, making monthly earnings of £15,000. Drawing 264 million clicks from February 2014 to February 2015, she has earned £170,553 in just ad revenue.
It has been reported that her blog Zoella.co.uk makes around £4,000 every month from ads, with roughly 7.4 million clicks each month.
CelebsNow and Superdrug have revealed Zoe’s beauty line has sold almost £1,430,000 worth of beauty products. Overall, her brand has reportedly earned £3,884,338 in the last year.
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