Our world today has undeniably influenced by internet. Video-sharing website, YouTube, for example, had contributed a lot of trends and had built up careers since its launching in 2005.
YouTubers, (personalities who gained popularity through their uploaded videos on YouTube) are becoming more and more popular through the years and earns whopping amount out of their video clips uploaded everyday. And for the record, Forbes had released their first list of top-grossing Youtube star last October of 2015.
And to check the web on who are the personalities that dominates todays’ video-sharing website, YouTube, we came to this list:
#10 Ryan Toys ReView
This is a toy review videos by a child named Ryan. His first video was uploaded in March 2016 and has since then publishing a video daily. He has earned 8.3 million subscribers and has over 13 billion views on their channel with over 13 million dollars through ad revenue.
YouTuber Patrick or Pat with his channel called PopularMMOs had over 8 billion views which had earned him over 8 million dollars through ad revenue. Patrick joined YouTube since April of 2012 and is posting around one to three videos daily. This channel mainly uploads Minecraft videos and video blogs (vlogs).
DanTDM or TheDiamondMinecart was first joined YouTube in July 2012. Daniel Andrew Middleton is a family friendly British gamer who is popularly known for his minecraft videos and has garnered several Kids Choice awards and has set a record in the Guinness World Records for his gaming and presenting. As of this July 2017, he got over 15.7 million subscribers and has over 10.5 billion viewers on his channel. He is earning 10 million dollars through ad revenue.
Markiplier was Mark Edward Fischbach in real life. He is an American YouTuber best known in Let’s Play videos, usually of horror and action video games. He is also populary known for his long-running Minecraft series as well as in his Happy Wheels. Markipier has 7 billion views on his channel and is earning 7 million dollars through ad revenue.
His real name is Sean William McLoughlin, an Irish YouTube personality who was known for his video games uploads and vlogs, defined himself as the “most energetic game commentator on YouTube”. McLoughlin has 7billion views on his channel earning him 7 million dollars through ad revenue.
Casey Owen Neistat is an American Youtuber, a vlogger and a filmmaker. He had over 1 billion views on his channel and has earned 1 million dollars through ad revenue. He started uploading videos in February of 2010, had his daily vlogs starting March 2015 and has then earned variuos awards such as Indipendent Spirit Awards, YouTuber of the Year, Best First-Person Series and others. Casey sold his company to CNN for $25 million dollars. He announced March just this year that he will start a regular vlogging with CNN.
#4 Logan Paul Vlogs
Paul was best known for his vines with over 700 million views on his channel and had earned over 1 million dollars through ad revenue. Being an athletic person, Paul mostly does vines that envolves physical activity which exceeds the boundaries of normal physical comedy.
#3 Jake Paul
Paul was the fastest growing YouTuber of 2017 so far with over 1 billion views on his channel. Jake Paul has over 8 million subscribers on his channel where he uploads comedy sketches, vlogs as well as songs. Paul had earned over 1 million dollars through ad revenue and from selling his merch.
#2 Roman AtwoodVlogs
Roman Atwood is an American YouTube personality, a vlogger, comedian and pranker. His vlogs includes a daily update of his life. The Channel is currently one of the most subscribed channel on YouTube with 13 million subscribers and a total of 3.6 billion views earning him 3 million dollars.
And still the richestYouTuber remains on top. Felix Kjellberg popularly known as PewDiePie is a Swedish Youube personality. His gaming channel mostly features “Let’s Play YouTube videos”. He had gained 44 million subscribers with 15 billion views and earned over 15 million dollar through ad revenue. Kjellberg is also a spokesperson for YouTube with a salary as high as $12 million annually.