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An animated video giving practical advice to vloggers, bloggers and brands on how to stick to the advertising rules. The video provides further clarity to the vlogging and blogging community about what they should consider if they enter into a commercial relationship with a brand or an agency. Visit http://cap.org.uk/videoblogs for more examples.
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Here is my Top 15 Parent Youtubers, Mum Vloggers or however you want to call this amazing community of family vloggers on YouTube. Please go and show these awesome parents some love by subscribing to their channels and tell them Ysis sent you! 🙂

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- Blog: http://www.ysislorenna.com
- Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ysis
- Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ysis
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lebeautygirl
- Snapchat: ysislorenna

TOP 15 MUM VLOGGERS

Channel Mum
http://www.youtube.com/channelmum
Alex Gladwin
http://www.youtube.com/alwaysalex00
Charlotte Louise Taylor
http://www.youtube.com/misscharlottetaylor
Ella Diniz
http://www.youtube.com/elladiniz
Giovanna Fletcher
http://www.youtube.com/giovannasworld
Jessica Avey
http://www.youtube.com/jessicacthornton1
Jules Furness
http://www.youtube.com/gigglesfamily
Kate Murnane
http://www.youtube.com/dollybowbow
Katie & Baby
http://www.youtube.com/81katiemarie
Kerry Dyer
http://www.youtube.com/user/KerryMarie3
Laura Byrne
http://www.youtube.com/bellesboutique...
Liza Prideaux
http://www.youtube.com/lizaprideaux
Rebecca Meldrum
http://www.youtube.com/mrsrmeldrum
Natasha Bailie
http://www.youtube.com/natashabailie
The Michalaks
http://www.youtube.com/themichalaks

ABOUT ME

Hi, I'm Ysis! I am Brazilian-born, living in the UK with my welsh husband and our baby boy, James, born in April 2015. My channel started as my creative outlet to talk about beauty & fashion, but it gradually became my online diary and a place where I share a little bit of everything, from makeup to pregnancy, technology, mummy and baby updates.

As a first time mum, I am still finding my way through motherhood and all that comes with it, so I use this channel to document mummy life, share my tips and connect with likeminded people.

I would describe myself as a very happy, positive, honest and loyal person; online shopping is my arch-enemy! I am a qualified lawyer, a stay-at home mum and full-time blogger and vlogger. You can also find me on Channel Mum: http://www.youtube.com/ChannelMum

Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to check out all my social media links above, and please subscribe to my channel if you like my videos! 🙂

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Baby, life & beauty FAQ: http://bit.ly/YLabout
Wedding video: http://bit.ly/YLwedding
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FILMING EQUIPMENT

Camera: Canon 70D http://amzn.to/1Lh36uH
Lens: Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 http://amzn.to/1Lh3gCf
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Sound: Rode Videomic Pro http://amzn.to/1YdOj4W

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This is not a sponsored video.

This video may contain PR samples, products gifted or paid for with gift vouchers/store credit. Some links are affiliate links.

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Dr. Megan Moreno offers an analysis of the issues raised by this example relating to the range of expectations for privacy on the internet and whether clinicians should "Google" parents when the clinician has some suspicion of care giver fabrication.

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