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How a 6-year-old made $11 million on YouTube

It is no more a number in the wonders of the world that YouTube has become an undeniably lucrative business where a number of people benefit from its platform. However, this is not just for adults, as a six-year-old charismatic and energetic lover of toys made $ 11 million from reviewing and unboxing toys on YouTube over the course of a year.

Ryan from the Ryan ToysReview YouTube channel has been making videos since the age of three. Ryan’s career began with a 15-minute video on a LEGO set, throwing a question to his mother why other kids were on YouTube and he is not. Four months into this adventure, a video titled “100+ cars toys GIANT EGG SURPRISE OPENING Disney Pixar Lightning McQueen kids video Ryan ToysReview” was released, which went viral and presently as at the time of writing this article, has 815 million views.

Since then, Ryan has tested the most popular toys on the market, from Hot Wheels Cars to Fidget Spinners to Pokémon Cards and more. And occasionally, he is also involved in some fun eating challenges for kids, like tasting chocolate-coated noodles.

Since this has become a business for Ryan and his parents, the channel got the attention of wealth lists in the world. According to the Forbes’ list of the most paid celebrities from YouTube, the Ryan’s channel has accumulated $11 million in September 2017 and in December 2017, it now has more than 10 million subscribers and more than 16 million views. Among other YouTube celebrities, he ranks number eight, says Forbes.

In Ryan’s videos, the mom and dad are always featured as well as his twin sisters, while his mother dropped her day job to start running the YouTube channel on a full-time scale.

One would probably be wondering what a six-year-old boy would be doing with all the toys he has collected after each review on his channel? There comes the best part of everything, Ryan donates most of the items donated to charity.

Ryan became a notable internet start, that even NBA player Kevin Durant appeared in one of his videos to do a science experiment on kids. His simple, lovable and harmless videos attract both parents and children, and on the money side, advertisers.

Presently, since he released the video in 2016, which became his most popular video on YouTube, the ” HUGE EGGS SURPRISE TOYS CHALLENGE Inflatable water slide Disney Cars Toys Paw Patrol Spiderman” has over 1 billion views. He lives the dream of millions of children everywhere: playing with toys all day, meeting celebrities, and making money on YouTube. This calls for jealousy even from adults.

To everyone who is aspiring to achieve this giant stride success, what we have learned from the more than 4 years million-dollar channel is that: there is consistency, the parents added a twist to just reviewing and unboxing toys by adding food challenge to it, and someway somehow, there was proper link sharing on strategic platforms like popular blogs and social media sites.






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