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From music and films, books and TV, and fashion and beauty, these are Britain's most influential vloggers - video bloggers - who have turned their You Tube hobby into a multi-million pound money-making machine.
A simple online mention in one of their pieces can result in a sell-out product for brands, which are keen to work with the vloggers, who can command between £20,000 to £50,000 for a five-minute video.
Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes are part of a new wave of vloggers who have found fame online - and are cashing in.
The video star from Brighton is the wholesome (and rather well-groomed) face behind the Pointless Blog, a You Tube vlog that documents his life.
His book, which he is calling 'a gift to his fans', takes on a similar premise to his videos encouraging readers to take on harmless 'pointless' tasks and 'challenges of nothingness' including baking a cake in a mug and creating a time capsule.