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<p>GONE are the days children dreamed of becoming astronauts. Now all of them want to be YouTube stars. Whereas video blogging, or vlogging, can result in fame and fortune, there is a darkish aspect to life on the net - vicious trolls and peadophiles. Alarmingly, greater than 45 per cent of dad and mom haven't given their baby guidelines or recommendation on online postings.</p>

<p>Here, three child YouTubers and their mother and father talk about vlogging, while psychologist Linda Papadopoulos advises how to keep your younger YouTubers protected online. ERIN began blogging aged seven and is already making respectable pocket cash from manufacturers with her vlogs about toys. She got into it after watching movies by her mum Emma - a former instructor and part-time blogger - and soon realised she was a natural. She says: “I love vlogging. It’s fun and artistic.</p>
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<p>I like inspiring other people. I’d prefer to be a famous vlogger. Vloggers get despatched to cool locations. I want to go to Hawaii. “All my friends in school now need to start out. It’s enjoyable and it’s creative. “I get to do what I need and I'm at all times considering of latest vlogs I can do. I'm doing a ‘what I’d like for Christmas’ soon then I’ll do a Christmas haul after Christmas.</p>

<p>Her YouTube channel, Erin Rose, has had 1,000 views and earned over &pound;200. Emma says she was joyful to encourage Erin: “Six months ago, Erin told me she wanted to have her personal YouTube channel and of course I supported her as I all the time support my kids’ ambitions. “She was influenced by other baby vloggers and would watch them playing with Barbies - that’s the world we dwell in.</p>

<p>“She’s already been observed by bigger YouTube channels who have invited her on as she’s really articulate. She’s now getting paid to evaluate toys and feature in different bigger YouTube videos. However Emma stresses she has laid down some “ground rules” for security. She says: “She never films sporting her school uniform or in front of our home.</p>

<p>“She also can’t just film and add something to her channel. And Erin isn’t allowed to comment or reply to comments on her Youtube. Impressed by other youngster YouTubers, Callum started vlogging about lifestyle trends aged 14 and two years on, things are wanting good. He’s working with Mega magazine, a monthly print title for primary college children, who approached him to make promotional movies for them.</p>

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