7 Years Old is Now The Self Made Multi-Millionaire, Reviewing Toys on YouTube.
Ryan a 7 Years Old Kid on YouTube’s Ryan Toys Review Generated $22 Million in Revenue last Year from his YouTube Channel, According to Forbes.
Ryan’s ToysReview took his first spot this year on Forbes’ List of the Highest Earning YouTube Accounts, up from No.8 last Year.
This Kid is the highest earning YouTuber Star in the world right now, he is an elementary school kid who makes millions reviewing toys.
Ryan’s Family run YouTube Channel, Ryan ToysReview which has generated about $22 Million in pretext income from June 1, 2017, through June 1, 2018, according to Forbes, up from $11 million the year prior.
This kid has put Ryan ToysReview just ahead of controversial start Jake Paul (who banked $21.5 million).
I am Entertaining and Funny
Around $22 million of his earnings which has came from pre-roll advertising, which simply means that a short ads that will be played automatically before and during many YouTube videos.
The remaining of his earnings $1 million which comes direct deals he’s done with the advertisers (well, this parents have done with advertisers), according to Forbes.
Why it works? Why are kids so interested to watch the unboxing videos of toys? ( I know I sound like an old dad when I ask that question, but I am serious.)
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The manager of YouTube influencers (not Ryan’s manager), who told the Forbes, that it could be that unboxing videos are very great for those people. who are not able to afford them but being portrayed in the videos, would love them watch it.
“The next best thing to owning one is experiencing it virtually, seeing someone else play with it,” said Chas Lacaillade, the founder and CEO of Bottle Rocket Management.
Enough for 100 LifeTimes
Since, Ryan is still in his first grade, the Forbes articles describes, 15 percent of which his YouTube earnings are partitioned into a Coogan account, which simply means that, he is not able to touch the money until, he is a legal adult.
He’s only 7 years old, Lacaillade said, and “he’s got enough money for 100 lifetimes.”
Take a Look at Some of His YouTube Videos