As per a recent report, a six-year-old boy named Ryan has become an extremely popular figure in the YouTube world, thanks to his YouTube channel called Ryan ToysReview, through which he earns millions of dollars in a year.
The kids' family began to make videos on a daily basis, which now have a few hundred million views. In the video, Ryan could be seen reviewing a "Giant Egg Surprise" box. In the Forbes list, Ryan ToysReview ranks in eighth place alongside comedy channel Smosh. As per statistics released by TubeFilter, a leading vlog that analyzes online video content creators, Ryan ToysReviews had over taken both Justin Bieber and PewDiePie (who was then the most-watched and -subscribed to YouTuber) as early as September 2016.
Ryan started reviewing toys in 2015 and within months saw his audience grow exponentially.
The channel notes that most of the toys featured in the videos are donated to a charity in the family's area.
"He loves Cars, Trains, Thomas and friends, Lego, Superheroes, Disney toys, open surprise eggs, play doh, Pixar Disney cars, Disney Planes, monster trucks, minions, playtime at the fun, family fun adventure and so much more!". The homemade production value of his reviews, coupled with his age and the direct connect he is able to make with his viewers (often from the same age group) affords him a unique air of authenticity.
A 6-year-old boy Reviews Toys on YouTube, Makes Millions
While "Ryans ToysReview" has achieved success, other channels have seen steep revenue declines during the "adpocalypse", during which YouTube has demonetized videos deemed controversial by the video sharing service.
The channel has attracted a huge following of parents and children who watch Ryan test out new toys and give his thoughts on them.
Ryan now has ten million followers.
The channel now has over 10 million subscribers, which generates a monthly advertising revenue of around $1 million.
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