Ryan Kaji, Dude Perfect, Anastasia Radzinskaya: These are the top YouTube earners of 2019

Ryan Kaji of the Ryan’s World has almost 23 million subscribers and this eight-year-old boy living with his mother, father and Twin sisters in Texas earns revenue by reviewing toys for fellow kids. According to the annual top-10 ranking by Forbes based on the estimated earnings between June 2018 and June 2019, Ryan earned $22 million in 2018 and his earning increased to $26 million in 2019.

This Young YouTuber changed his account name from Ryan ToysReveiw to Ryan’s World since his estimated earnings doubled from 2017 to 2018.

Ryan’s most popular video was a five minute 56-second clip showing him running on an inflatable in his garden and retrieving plastic bags with the toys inside.

Ranking second in place was YouTube account Dude Perfect earning $20 million in 2019. This group of YouTubers shares content involving a list of five friends in their 30s playing with toys like of Nerf guns or doing some trick shots with the toys etc.

Nastya came in the third spot earning $18 million and this YouTube account features a girl Anastasia Radzinskaya born with cerebral palsy in Southern Russia.

YouTubers Rhett and Link ranked at 4th spot earning $17.5 million whereas makeup tutorial YouTuber Jeffree Star was ranked at 5th spot generating revenue of $17 million in 2019.

Account Preston Arsement ranked at 6th spot earning $14 million whereas YouTubers PewDiePie and Markiplier both ranked at 7th spot earning $13 million in 2019. PewDiePie despite being involved in criticism due to his anti-Semitic and racist videos still managed to earn a revenue of $13 million and jumped from the ninth position to seventh.

Daniel Middleton ranked in 9th position with revenue of $12 million and Evan Fong was ranked as the last highest-earning YouTubers with revenue of $11.5 million. This Minecraft and Fortnite Player is the only Briton to make it to the list even though his rank dropped from fourth to ninth spot as his earnings fell.

Logan Paul was a YouTuber who couldn’t manage to be in this year’s list due to displaying body of apparent suicide victim last January.

Forbes analyzed these accounts revenue by estimating its pre-tax income generating through advertisements, sponsored content and from the sale of merchandise and tours.

Usually, the majority of the people start YouTube channel or any other career as an influencer fail to make it to the top by not being so consistent.

More than 96.5% of YouTube influencers fail to generate enough revenue from advertising alone and with the increase in the creators on the platforms on daily basis the competition is getting tougher for the influencers to stand up in the crowd of so many creative YouTube accounts.

According to a research from the US think tank the Pew Research Center, the YouTube videos displaying content with children in them are receiving three more times reviews on average as compared to videos posted by other high-subscriber channels.



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