People can make a lot of money out of YouTube but it’s mostly adult celebrities who are raking in the cash. But now there is a six-year-old who has everybody talking and we can guarantee that he is making more money than you and me put together.
Ryan has a YouTube channel named Ryan ToysReview, and this year he made USD 11 million in revenue.
Ryan’s job is not too hard. He plays with toys online and then he gives his opinion. The six-year-old is making USD 11 Million per year, just from playing with toys and having fun.
Ryan’s parents have been videoing him for the last 3 years, capturing his response to his toys on camera. He’s a bright kid with an enduring personality and his response to the toys is always heartfelt and fantastic. His parents, realizing that they could be on to something big, started posting the videos on social media.
THE HUMBLE START
Hailing about when it all started, Ryan’s mother said,
Ryan was watching a lot of toy review channels — some of his favourites are EvanTubeHD and Hulyan Maya — because they used to make a lot of videos about Thomas the Tank Engine, and Ryan was super into Thomas. One day, he asked me, ‘How come I’m not on YouTube when all the other kids are?’ So we just decided — yeah, we can do that. Then, we took him to the store to get his very first toy — I think it was a Lego train set — and it all started from there.
USD 11 MILLION PER YEAR
Today the six-year-old is making USD 11 million (Pretty more than ₹7 crores) per year, from his YouTube account, Ryan ToysReview. According to the rankings in Forbes Magazine, Ryan is number eight on the list of highest paid YouTube entrepreneurs.
The USD 11 Million is the figure before tax and also agent’s fees. We are not sure if Ryan’s parents are his agents or if he has an actual agent, but we do know one thing. This kid is going places. He has a fabulous online presence and his Social media skills are already brilliant.
Ryan’s fans are children and adults. Adults watch the show to see what toys they should buy for their own kids. Kids watch the show for fun.
It was Ryan’s video in 2015 called ‘The Giant Egg Surprise’ that first went viral, with close to 800 Million views.
Ryan’s parents clearly thought out of the box. Perhaps you too should think out of the box and become the next YouTube sensation. Good luck!