"Well how could you know that." I watched the video. Obviously the source of revenue is her body, not her brain.Well how could you know that. Keep in mind she is generating a passive income doing what she likes by creating vlogs regularly. She keeps making money indefinitely while she is sleeping as long as people are still watching it. Content Creation is a well known business model to earn a passive income. The income she earns might be more than the majority of Indonesian people wages working 9:00-17:00 on regular jobs.
There are some Nomads could efforts to live in Bali/Indonesia, in Pattaya, Koh-Samui. Phuket by funding their lifestyles from the vlogs they are creating regularly documenting their daily life in Bali.
The incomes are earned in these ways:
YT Advertising revenue: This is the most common way for YouTubers to make money. When people watch videos with ads, the advertiser pays YouTube a certain amount of money. YouTube then shares a portion of this revenue with the YouTuber. The amount of money a YouTuber makes from ad revenue depends on a number of factors, including the number of views, the type of ads, and the location of the viewers.
Sponsorships: YouTubers can also make money by partnering with brands and promoting their products or services in their videos. This is known as sponsorship. Brands typically pay YouTubers a certain amount of money for each mention or link to their product or service.
Merchandise: YouTubers can also sell merchandise, such as t-shirts, hats, and mugs, to their fans. This is a great way to generate additional income and build a stronger relationship with your audience.
Donations: YouTubers can also receive donations from their fans. This is often done through platforms like Patreon or Streamlabs. Donations are a great way to show appreciation helping them support their content creatI watched the viseo
He thinks the answer is to welcome more rich tourists. Funnily enough the problems didn't happen when Bali was more of a backpacker destination! So maybe the problem has been caused by the previous attempts to lure wealthier tourists. Maybe the answer is to exclude people with more money than brains.It is called a Day Fine.
The governor of Bali has made some ahem ’interesting’ statements.
As said before, he wants to halt the VoA for certain groups of people entering Bali. Makes you wonder what would happen if these people travel via Jakarta or other inbound locations?
Also, he seems to think it’s a good idea to forbid the WNA to rent a motorbike*. They would have to take a(n online) taxi instead. Eh, does the good man even realize how his ‘own’ economy works? And that Grab/GoCar drivers are more and more Javanese?
*I don’t disagree there should be much more scrutiny on the rental market of course. I mean, a person who even has never driven a motorbike in her/his own country has access to a 125cc bike in a chaotic environment with different traffic rules? But they should have thought about that decades ago.
Gubernur Bali ancam cabut visa on arrival turis Ukraina dan Rusia, Dubes Ukraina protes: Saya sangat kecewa - BBC News IndonesiaBanyaknya kasus turis asing ugal-ugalan di jalan raya, tidak pakai helm, dan kebut-kebutan, menurut Gubernur Bali, tak lepas dari ketidaktegasan aparat menegakkan aturan lalu lintas.www.bbc.com
"I have no connection with Intan apart from sharing the same views. "This is "Intan" in Bingin Beach, located in the Pecatu Village, around 10 minutes from Uluwatu Temple in Bali.
She has been vlogging her passion as an expressionist wearing various thongs, bikinis on the beach around Indonesia to match the "bule" in Bali.
She has been documenting her journeys in here:
I have no connection with Intan apart from sharing the same views. Keep in mind noone is forcing a person like Intan to dress like that. For someone like Intan wearing swimwear is a way of expressing their confidence and sexuality. They might feel comfortable and empowered in their bodies, and they may want to show that off. It is the same thing with body builders on the stage. Noone has been left disadvantage unless they choose to play a role as a victim. It is a win win situation they want to get attraction they get attraction.
I personally would like to see more Indonesian expressionists like Intan to balance or challenge the view of people who want to see Indonesians women to wear Burkhas, Hijabs. Aceh is already there, the balance views and tolerance will halt the extremists movement who want to see Indonesia like Afghanistan.
Hopefully someday Indonesia will have nudist beach, or like FKK in Germany.
They have the money, they have the means.Thailand has long been a top destination for tourists. But one group in particular is now flocking to Phuket, the country’s largest island: Russian elites.
There goes the neighbourhood..Thailand has long been a top destination for tourists. But one group in particular is now flocking to Phuket, the country’s largest island: Russian elites.
Someone Once Said I Was 'Selera Bule.' Is It a Compliment or an Insult?She has the profile Indonesians called ‘sebul’ a.k.a. selera bule (bule flavor). It’s quite amusing to see the stereotype fits.
Someone Once Said I Was 'Selera Bule.' Is It a Compliment or an Insult?
A lot of Indonesians have darker skin, but our mass media tells us that "beautiful" Indonesians have light, almost porcelain skin. So people think that having dark skin works against you, in the eligible romantic partners sense. But you know who (allegedly) doesn't care about darker skin? White people. Why? Probably because of some stereotypical shit about dark-skinned Indonesian women being "exotic" and all that.
My friend was saying I was "selera bule," or a "a white-person's type," because of my skin-tone. So it was both an insult (your skin is too dark) and a compliment (you'll marry some handsome foreigner, because, you know, some people think all foreigners are handsome for some reason). Or it could mean you're a "bule hunter"—a woman who only dates white
Showing your body, attractiveness to earn money is not a sign that you are not intelligent. Catwalk models, beauty pageants, miss wold, miss universe, all are showing their bodies and they are proud of it. Noone is forcing them. Not to mention body builders are showing their bodies, muscles to public to earn money."Well how could you know that." I watched the video. Obviously the source of revenue is her body, not her brain.
Her total passive income come from every video she has created, not just one. How many videos she has been creating ????"I have no connection with Intan apart from sharing the same views. "
I haven't watched every single video, but the ones I have sampled don't contain any views.
Showing your body to earn money is not a sign that you are not intelligent. Many catwalk models, beauty pageant. Also miss wold, miss universe are also showing their body and they are proud of it. In addition they also earn money. Many of "Victoria secret models" are showing their bodies. While some of them are bimbos many of them has a university degree. Not to mention bodybuilder are showing their body to public to earn money
Her total passive income come from every video she has created videos he has created, not just one. How many video she has created ????
Also keep in mind if it does not have a view now, it does not mean it will not in the future. Those video will stay indefinitely as long as she want to keep giving her income even when she is sleeping.
Also if you watch some her videos she speaks english. Although it has not been proven to the competent level but she speaks english with a proper accent. Not many Indonesian people have that accent. You need to compare her with ordinary Indonesian not with top scientists or billionaires.
The idea of not intelligent just because a person is showing videos showing her bodies with thongs, bikinis are absurd and ill judged.
I believe Bali was somewhat topless up until the early 50s. You are correct about Java women but it would fit the whole of the nation.Speaking of toplessness, in the 1920s it was a perfectly normal state of dress for Balinese women. A few decades before that, it was common in Java too.
They didn’t see women’s breasts as erotic, just like today we don’t see men’s breasts as erotic either. The Dutch and their ‘modern’ western sensibilities taught Balinese that boobs are taboo. It’s rather amusing that today westerners are the ones pushing to free the nipples.