YouTube's highest earner earns $7.5 million a month
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Girl Nastya is the highest-paid independent video blogger on YouTube (social networking site)
YouTube is the most widely used platform in the world, with a large fan base, and video blogging can be a lucrative full-time job with video cameras and internet connections, but who is the most popular video blogger on YouTube? How do they make money?
With more than 50 million video bloggers on the YouTube platform, it's not easy to get attention. Geography isn't the only factor that affects popularity, and the type of content is important, as everyone who makes money from video blogs knows.
This chart, produced by an accredited debt relief agency, shows the most popular YouTubers, brands, bands, movie and series channels, programs and even independent users in almost every country.
Not surprisingly, entertainment videos are on the list of the most popular content, with 72 indie video bloggers successfully proving that their blog is the most watched channel in the world, with the first is a blogger named PwDiePie, whose real name is Felix Alvid Ulf Shelberg, known for filming game games and reviews.
At one time, the Swedish player was embroiled in a months-long battle to win the title of the most popular channel in the Indies series as T-Series, a battle involving cyberattacks and racist and violent comments about YouTube's policies, which still enjoy the attention of 107 million users despite his long-term punishment.
Iraq and Palestine are leading the way
The second most common category is "Game," which includes a large number of competitors, followed by a simple daily tip video titled "How to Do It," followed by "Comedy" and "Variety," of which "Iraqi Comedy Channel Variety" was the most profitable account, earning $593,000 a month.
On the most lucrative list, Palestinian environmental expert Jamal Al-Amwasi ranks ninth in the "nature" category, earning $89,000 a month.
How do these people get this wealth?
It's worth noting that the revenue is only in return for appearing on the YouTube platform, not in terms of rewards from sponsors, bloggers selling products or fans.
Here, you should learn how bloggers who choose the industry as their profession make a profit. If a blogger channel gets 1,000 subscriptions and 4,000 viewing hours in a year, the blogger can make money by running ads on his account, but only if fans see the ads or click on them, otherwise the blogger won't be able to get advertising fees, which is the biggest obstacle for bloggers, especially with the launch of YouTube Premium, a paid member program, monthly subscriptions that allow fans to watch their favorite videos without intersting ads. Bloggers make a portion of their subscriptions based only on the number of views their channel attracts.
Then there's paying bloggers to promote their products, followed by selling products marketed by bloggers, which have a loyal fan base that has faith in the blogger's choices, as Sweden's most famous YouTube user, Felix Arvid Ulf Scherberg, does, and he earns $6 million a month by selling goods alone.
Children make the most money
Despite being ranked fifth in the "Children" category, Nastya is one of the most profitable independent video bloggers of all time from the YouTube platform, earning $7.73 million a month through her channel, Like Nastya. Nastia, 6, came in second in the "Entertainment" category with more than $5 million in revenue.
The data can be a bit scary, especially as parents will shoot their children's personal videos and upload them to social networking sites to help famous children.
Children today want to work as visual bloggers on YouTube three times as many as they want to be astronauts, according to a new survey by lego, a gaming company.
Nevertheless, the answers vary depending on the child's location. Unlike american and British children, more than half of China's young people say they want to be astronauts.
If we confirm in advance that location doesn't fully control the most views and profits on YouTube, Nastya, a Russian-born child, gets more out of American fans, and the Ahmed Hassan and Zainab channel is the most popular in Egypt.