Phew! People have set themselves the goal of opening a YouTube channel. In the meantime, the money will be spent for you. Sike, don't try this at home … use your nieces and nephews as friends instead.
Anyway, as you find out, let me tell you about this 8-year-old boy who brought one with him, according to Forbes, in 2019 alone $ 26 million. Ryan Kaji reviews toys on YouTube and is now the platform's top-earning provider. Ryan has 22.9 million subscribers, so basically $ 1 per subscriber and a few more.
Ryan was also last year's highest earner and broke his own record by supposedly earning $ 4 million more this year.
Watch one of Ryan's videos below – must be nice!
According to Forbes include:
1 – Ryan Kaji, $ 26M
2 – Dude Perfect, $ 20M
3 – Anastasia Radzinskaya, $ 18 million
4 – Rhett and Link, $ 17.5 million
5 – Jeffree Star, $ 17 million
6 – Preston (Preston Arsement), $ 14 million
7 (Joint) – PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg, $ 13 million
7 (Joint) – Markiplier (Mark Fischbach), $ 13 million
9 – DanTDM (Daniel Middleton), $ 12 million
10 – VanossGaming (Evan Fong), $ 11.5 million
After all this information, Forbes must say the following:
METHODOLOGY : All income estimates are from June 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019. Figures are before taxes; agent fees , Manager and lawyers are not deducted. The profit estimates are based on data from Captiv8, SocialBlade and Pollstar as well as on interviews with industry experts. For the purposes of the list, Forbes defines a YouTube star as someone whose primary form of revenue comes from digital media and YouTube media.
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