The Woman That Made "Dear Fat People" Has Made Thousands of Dollars
Dec 29, 2015 16:40
Remember Nicole Arbour? She made headlines when she made a video on YouTube titled, 'Dear Fat People.' The title alone was enough to enrage people. And without surprise, the video went viral. Well, turns out she's made a ton of money with that video.
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She claims that it was just part of a marketing stunt to build her brand and should not be taken seriously.
In an interview with Cosmopolitan, the Canadian vlogger said she created the controversial video only to generate money.
“I made a marketing plan behind it, the same way that anyone makes marketing plans for anything. So, I kind of loaded the bases, like baseball,” Arbour told Cosmopolitan.
She added: “There’s been tens of thousands of dollars just from that one specifically. It’s changed my life financially.”
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