It is important to note that YouTubers tell their experiences from a current perspective: a transition phase from adolescence to adulthood, since the average age is 27 years. This evolutionary period of "emerging adulthood" that they represent is characterized by progressive autonomy, psychological maturity and productivity, among other characteristics, offering them a perspective that allows them to make their own reflections from the "distance" that having overcome adolescence entails. . This contrasts with the view of the followers, which is usually a current perspective –since the majority is in the adolescent stage– and considers youtubers to be people to follow youtube to mp3 and admire for what they do, as confirmed by the previous studies (García & al., 2016; Westenberg, 2016). This dynamic is reproduced in the identity construction scenarios examined. It is worth noting the absence of videos that deal with scenarios of ideological identity, such as religion or politics, and even ethnic identity. We can hypothesize that it may be due either to a lack of personal interest in these topics, or that they consider that these topics do not sell enough on the network or could even lead them to lose followers.