Social media these days is a blazing source of income, especially YouTube. And when we say YouTube, everyone thinks of PewDiePie, Jake Paul, Dude Perfect and the likes, but there are kids making money on YouTube as well
One of these kids, Ryan ToysReview was listed by Forbes this year as one of the top YouTube earners in 2018.
These 10 YouTube kids listed are 11 years and below and their estimated earnings run between $400,000 and $60 million each year.
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Top 10 kids making money on YouTube
10. Maya and Mary
The main activity for this channel by Mary and her little toddler sister, Maya, is sing-alongs. Don’t worry, these little Los Angeles kids are helped by their parents.
Their channel has about 5.3 million subscribers with total views of 1.5 billion. Each year, they are estimated to make between $409,400 and $6.5 million.
This is a twin YouTube channel run by 6-year-old girl Boram. This little girl lives in South Korea and is the star of both channels. The first one, Boram Tube Vlog, which is the most popular, is basically about her daily life.
The second channel, Boram Tube ToysReview is for reviewing toys. Boram has managed to get 31.2 million subscribers and has 10 billion as her total combined views. She takes home $601,800 to $9.6 million every year.
Beam Copphane’s channel is more of playful antics. From Thailand, Beam usually dresses up in costumes for his antics act. His family usually join him.
Beam has 2.9 million subscribers and total views of 3.9 billion. He earns an estimated yearly income of $635,100 to $10.2 million.
From the United Kingdom are brother and sister, Alex and Gaby. Their channel is basically for videos about toys, challenges, and kids’ activities.
Toys and Little Gaby has 13.1 million subscribers. The channel has 5 billion total views and earns from $899,500 to $14.4 million.
TwinRozi is the channel for South Korean identical twins. The two 11-year-old girls do videos of them eating different foods (mukbangs), and some how-tos.
The channel has earned total views of 1.3 billion from 3.7 million. Their estimated yearly earnings are from $1.2 million to $18.8 million.
5. Ryan ToysReview
Little Ryan was the little kid that topped the list of 2018 highest YouTube earners. His channel is all about unboxing and reviewing toys. Seven-year-old Ryan Kaji lives in Los Angeles and started his channel in 2015.
Ryan ToysReview has 21 million subscribers, 30.9 billion total views and earns $2.3 million to $36.5 million every year.
Siblings Vlad and Nikita’s channel film videos playing with toys and telling stories often with their mother. They put some original cartoons in there as well.
Vlad and Nikita have 24.6 million and 10 billion views in total. The channel gets between $2.3 million to $37.3 million per year.
The Kids Diana Show YouTube channel features unboxing videos, challenges, and vlogs. Diana started her channel in 2015 and often films with her brother, Roma.
Kids Dian Show has gotten total views of 11.1 billion from 32.1 million subscribers. Little Diana earns $2.8 million to $44.7 million yearly.
2. Maria Clara & JP
Ten years old JP and 7-year old sister Maria Clara run their channel from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Their channel is basically brother and sister challenges and playing games together.
The little kids have estimated yearly earnings of $1.2 million to $18.6 million. Their channel has 11.2 million followers and 3.6 billion in total.
1. Like Nastya Vlog, Stacy Toys, and Funny Stacy
Florida based Stacy runs 3 successful Youtube channels. Her channels follow her adventures with her father. Like Nastya is her most popular channel, and is in Russian.
Stacy/Nastya has a combined 61 million subscribers and 23.4 billion combined total views. Combined estimated yearly earnings run from $3.7 million to $59.7 million.
These kids usually make more than the average amounts of the estimations from their YouTube channels. For example, Ryan ToysReview earned $22 million in 2018. These statistics were provided by the Social Blade YouTube data aggregator.