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7YO toy reviewer is YouTube's highest-earning star

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A 7-year-old toy reviewer has become YouTube's highest-earning star, making $29.8 million in one year.

On Monday, Forbes released its annual list of YouTube earners with the channel Ryan ToysReview coming out on top.

The channel has amassed more than 17 million followers and close to 26 billion views since launching his main channel in 2015.

Forbes said nearly all of the money came from pre-roll advertising, explaining"when views go up, so do these automated ad dollars".https://www.sbs.com.au/news/seven-year-old-toy-reviewer-becomes-youtube-s-highest-earning-star?fbclid=IwAR0zPdtawocSw4e_VqDzVm1Ji98LrKpWv4OP6DsV4sGovIa9XTGX3NJRxas
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He's way richer than us adults who have full time jobs. Quite amazing!
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What can you say about this kid who's earning million of dollars in a year?
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I don’t feel inadequate. I feel saddened that I live in a world that is so driven by consumerism that this is soon to be considered “the norm”. Technology and the internet are a fantastic resource, but like the parents who left TV to raise their children, this generation is being raised by YouTube and the web- a much more dangerous beast if left unchecked.
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I don’t feel inadequate. I feel saddened that I live in a world that is so driven by consumerism that this is soon to be considered “the norm”. Technology and the internet are a fantastic resource, but like the parents who left TV to raise their children, this generation is being raised by YouTube and the web- a much more dangerous beast if left unchecked.
It’s a kid playing with toys, helping parents and kids make informed decisions.
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I remember the number 5 or 6M was mentioned in 2017. I think he had a pay raise.
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Good on them. They’re growing with the times and found this niche that’s bringing in the $$. Earning money isn’t going to make this child flip out and need psychology or sue his parents. It’s how you raise your child. I’d say they’re doing a bang up job. thumbs up
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Good on them. They’re growing with the times and found this niche that’s bringing in the $$. Earning money isn’t going to make this child flip out and need psychology or sue his parents. It’s how you raise your child. I’d say they’re doing a bang up job. thumbs up
hat he and his parents are doing is hard work too. Playing with toys is just one thing. There's video editing and other aspects of producing a video. It ain't easy as it looks.
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hat he and his parents are doing is hard work too. Playing with toys is just one thing. There's video editing and other aspects of producing a video. It ain't easy as it looks.
For $29 million dollars a year, it certainly easy.
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Ooh can’t wait for his story in 15 years where he’s suing his parents and divorcing them for his years in therapy.
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For $29 million dollars a year, it certainly easy.
Yes and the children who make these products are still starving... what an unusual world we live in.
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He is so disrespectful, there is no family feel and sense of education in his way of playing. Just spoiling our kids. Had to block the entire channel. There are hundreds of other channels we prefer.
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