How YouTubers Make Money With Their Vlogs

The woman who opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters Tuesday was in a rage over her videos being “censored.” “If you go and check my videos, you see that my new videos hardly get views and that my old videos that used to get many views stopped getting views, so this is because I’m being filtered,” Nasim Aghdam, 39, said in one video. Over the last decade, it's become a vlogger's dream to be YouTube "rich and famous." How realistic is it to make a living off YouTube?