Man and wife earns P50,000/month for making vlogs about his life in the province.


Man and wife earns P50,000/month for making vlogs about his life in the province. Now that the pandemic has created a surge in YouTube video vi

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Man and wife earns P50,000/month for making vlogs about his life in the province.

Now that the pandemic has created a surge in YouTube video views, a man from Cabiao, Nueva Ecija starts earning money after two years of vlogging about his life in the province.

The appeal of living in the province, leading a simple life, working for your food has been coveted by many residents in the city. At some point in our lives, we crave the simplicity a life in the province can offer. Away from the stressful, clock-ticking appointments and rush hours, a life away from the city may just be the thing.

Various celebrities and famous personalities in the country had expressed their love of living in the province as well. Recent news had showed Piolo Pascual loving the simple life in Batangas. As for those who cannot leave their duties in the city, watching videos can dampen the longing they feel.

📷credit: Mark Joseph Cunanan Facebook

A video creator named Mark Joseph Cunanan or also known as, Macki Moto, has started vlogging about his life in the province since 2019. Admittedly, Mark desired to come to the city to look for work, have a career, goals that pretty much everyone has. However, after working tiring hours in the city he decided to return to the province, build a family and used vlogging to share his daily life stories. His wife was the one who edits his vlogs cutting unnecessary takes and making it more like story-telling.

📷credit: Mark Joseph Cunanan Facebook

He’s accumulated 92,000 subscribers for his channel and roughly earns P50,000 a month for his vlogs. It has not been this profitable in the early years but after the pandemic hit, his vlogs earned more views than before.

Apparently, he vlogs about farming, harvesting, improving infrastructures around the farm, and fun little tidbits about his life and spending time with his friends and family. He even vlogs task he does like fishing and grilling chicken using a large tin can. His vlogs aren’t just informative and nostalgic, but also entertaining.

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