A 6 Year Old YouTube Star Brought in $ 11 Million Revenue in a Year

It’s pretty evident that younger kids are fond of playing with toys. And their happiness index rise up the more they are given toys or shown new and innovative toys. In the world of unboxing latest gadgets and other new products, a young entrepreneur came up with unboxing toys and giving the cutest review.

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According to Forbes Magazine Ryan has become one of the highest paid YouTube entrepreneurs. Ryan has become a multi-millionaire within a very short period of time. He brought in a total of $11 million in revenue in just between 1st June 2016 to 1st June 2017. The little YouTube star has tied his channel with the comedy channel Smosh which is created by Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox.

When we think of successful child celebrities, we think about artists and movie actors. Hardly can we think of any child entrepreneur and that too, a YouTube star.

Ryan is unboxing and reviewing the toys for all the toy lovers with no age restrictions. His YouTube channel is named “Ryan ToysReview” with 10 million subscribers at present.

Children almost from all corners of the world are hooked at his videos. CEO of Toys, Tots, Pets, and More Jim Silver told the Verge, “He is the youngest success that we’ve seen. Most of the time the kids were in the six-plus range, just because if the vocabulary and the maturity to do a review.” And Ryan’s videos attract millions of viewers which have a huge impact in retail, according to Jim.

According to the “about” section of the channel, the toys reviewed by Ryan are donated by his parents after Ryan finish reviewing them. And as told by his parents, his daily life routine doesn’t get hampered by the videos his parents are filming.

His mom told TubeFilter “We post a new video every day, and we typically film two or three videos at time two to three times per week.” She further added, “We try not to interfere with Ryan’s pre-pre-school schedule, so a majority of the filming takes place during the weekend, and then we’ll edit while he’s in school.”


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