Why 7 year old boy is hit in Youtube
Ryan ToysReview 7 year old youtuber and make earning $22 million in the 12 months leading up to June 1, 2018, Forbes estimates. He has a children’s YouTube channel. The channel features Ryan, who is 7 years old as of December 2018, along with his mother, father, and twin sisters. His channel releases a new video every day. One of the channel’s videos, titled as “Huge Eggs Surprise Toys Challenge” has over 1.6 billion views as of December 2018, making it the 39th most viewed video on YouTube. The Verge has described the channel as “a mash-up of personal vlog and “unboxing” video, a blend of innocent childhood antics and relentless, often overwhelming consumerism
According to Forbes’ magazine, in 2016-2017 Ryan was the 8th highest paid YouTube entrepreneur, having brought in $11 million in revenue between 2016 and 2017. In 2018 he was listed as the highest paid YouTuber bringing in $22m of revenue from his videos and his product line at Walmart.
Ryan began making YouTube videos in March 2015 after watching other toy review channels like EvanTubeHD and asking his mother “How come I’m not on YouTube when all the other kids are?”Ryan’s mother decided to quit her job as a high school chemistry teacher to work on the YouTube channel full-time.
In 2017, Ryan’s parents signed a deal with pocket.watch, a startup children’s media company that was founded in 2016 by Chris Williams and Albie Hecht. Pocket.watch does the marketing and merchandise for Ryan’s YouTube channels.
In an interview with NBC News last month, Ryan said other children liked watching his channel because he was “entertaining and funny.”