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Greenberg started performing publicly at an early age. Tropez to an audience at the Hotel Byblos. I remember being so excited. Greenberg began posting cover recordings of songs on YouTube in at age In , Greenberg stated that as much as she desires "to be a [professional] musician", she intends to study economics at University College London.
Influencers are starting to see revenue from Facebook videos match that of YouTube, as the social media giant focuses on building its video platform. Last year, Facebook ramped up local investment in its video-streaming platform Facebook Watch, partnering with local media owners, such as News Corp Australia, Nine and Junkee, to create original content for the platform. It also reached out to influencers through its creator program to upload content on Facebook Watch natively. Australian travel influencers Stephen and Jess, who run Flying the Nest vlog, were asked to upload content a year ago and have seen significant growth. The couple, which have more than , subscribers on YouTube, have had their Facebook following grow from 20, to more than , a year since focusing more on the platform.