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6-year-old made $11 million in one year reviewing toys on you tube6-year-old made $11 million in one year reviewing toys on you tube6-year-old made $11 million in one year reviewing toys on you tube

by:Tongtoy     2019-12-21
When most people think back to the children\'s celebrities of their time, they may think of the children\'s movie actors.
Well-trained stars in the entertainment industry.
For some, the stars are like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, or Macaulay Carson Karkin, who is alone at home.
For others, they are Judy Garland or Shirley Temple.
For today\'s kids, however, some of the biggest stars are not actors at all, but YouTube stars.
The biggest one is six. year-
Old Ryan playing with toys
Fascinate millions of children around the world.
Ryan toyreview said: \"Since he was three years old, Ryan\'s parents have been capturing videos of him opening toys, playing with them, and\" reviewing \"what they posted on the YouTube channel
\"Ryan\'s surname and his place of residence are a closely guarded secret, and there is no reason why.
According to Forbes magazine, Ryan has become a millionaire.
List of top-paid entrepreneurs on YouTube.
He ranked eighth, and during the period from June 1-20, 2016 to June 1, he brought in $11 million in revenue, certainly before management fees and taxes.
He is linked to the comedy channel Smosh created by Anthony Padila and Ian Haix.
Kids around the world are hooked on him, watching videos for hours a day, and even copying him to start their own YouTube channel.
For his youngest fan, Ryan is not just a stranger on the Internet.
He\'s their friend.
The top 10 in the world
YouTube stars earned $0. 127 billion, up from last year.
According to Forbes, the growth has benefited from a surge in advertising revenue --
Includes a healthy sum of \"Ryan toysview.
Forbes says there are more than 8 billion views in 12 months.
From a simple, humble 15-
Video about the Lego Depot train.
When his family began recording and publishing videos in March 2015, 3-year-
According to Ryan\'s profile at Verge, old has few points of view, let alone comments.
In his first video, he just opened a Lego box, set up the building blocks and played with them.
Ryan watched a lot of toy review channels.
His favorite are Ivan tube and Julian Maya.
Because they used to make a lot of videos about tank engine Thomas, Ryan really liked Thomas, \"his mother told TubeFilter last year, who declined to be named.
\"One day he asked me, \'How come I\'m not on YouTube when all the other kids are on YouTube?
So we decided-
We can do it.
Then we took him to the store and bought his first toy.
I think it\'s the Lego train-
It all started there.
\"Soon, the boy began to play with more than just one toy, and two, and then dozens.
About four months later, his channel saw a surge in traffic, driven mainly by a viral video of Ryan reviewing hundreds of toys at a time.
It was taken off with the name \"100 auto toy giant egg suddenly opening Pixar Disney blitz McQueen kids video Ryan ToysReview.
The number of views per month begins to double.
In 2016, he hit 1 million users in January.
A year later, he had more than 5 million children.
Now he has more than 10 million users and more than 16 million views.
In June, TubeFilter named \"Ryan ToysReview\" the most popular YouTube channel in the United States. S.
For 40 in a row on Sunday.
In September, NBA player Kevin Durant starred in a child science experiment in a video of Ryan.
Ryan is very popular.
He got the job that every little child dreamed of, opening toys day after day to play with them.
He\'s smiling too, not at all.
A threat to both parents and children. No bad words.
No kidding.
He is Mr Rogers but has no sweaters and slippers.
In the most popular video published in April 13, 2016, Ryan\'s mother filmed his crawling on the inflatable slide to find the giant Easter egg.
He opened each one and found that there were all kinds of toys in it.
\"It\'s McQueen\'s light!
When he opened a toy car that he found from the Disney movie \"car\", he said excitedly.
Wow, in another character, there is a character from \"Paw Patrol\" and in another character, there is a Spider-Man.
\"I bet there\'s a bad guy in it,\" he said, pointing to an egg that didn\'t crack.
\"Who do you think, children?
\"The rest of the video, he spends most of his time throwing toys on the water slide and playing in the inflatable pool.
Ryan had a good time.
He focused on the slow presentation, just like the opening of those eggs, which was amazing.
Of his 30 most popular videos, more than half of the video titles contain the word \"surprise: \"Huge egg surprise\" and \"huge egg surprise toy challenge\" balloon pop-up surprise \"and\" giant ball pit challenge \"Surprise toy.
\"Without thinking too much, without\" why is this toy better than the other \", without analysis, the thing that adults describe\" Ryan toyreview \"is irresistible.
Verge describes the channel as a \"mix and match\"
Composed of personal videos and \"unboxing\" videos, the mix of innocent childhood antics and ruthless consumerism.
\"Unboxing\" refers to one of the most bizarre and profitable genres on YouTube today.
These videos sound exactly like this: as Robin Gibbon of The Washington Post explains, people open the packaging of new purchases, the latest Apple device Chanel, Louis Vuitton footage.
His family makes money whenever someone clicks on a video from Ryan.
There are advertising and advertising links everywhere.
Ryan has real influence.
Jim Silver said: \"If a product gets a 10 million, page view, and you see Ryan likes it, or other kids like it, it has a huge impact on retail, the CEO of the review website toys, pets, etc. , told the Verge when Ryan was 5 years old
\"He\'s really the youngest success we \'ve ever seen.
Most of the time, the children are six years old.
Add the range just because of the vocabulary and the maturity of doing the review.
\"His parents told TubeFilter in last September that 99 of the videos on the channel were not branded.
At the time, parents said they paid for all the toys Ryan reviewed.
It is not clear how many toy reviews the sponsor has sent him, but his video description usually includes dozens of name links --brand items.
According to his channel \"about\" page, after Ryan commented on most of the toys, the family donated them to charity.
Many videos include Ryan doing other things besides playing with toys.
They asked him to get his hair cut, play hide-and-seek in the hotel, and have a birthday party for the twin brothers.
\"We release a new video every day, and we usually shoot two or three videos a week,\" his mom told TubeFilter . \".
\"We try not to interfere with Ryan\'s pre-pre-
The schedule of the school, so most of the filming is done on weekends, and then we will edit it when he goes to school.
\"But even if Ryan has only a few pieces of his daily life, his audience can insert himself into his life.
For some young children, the line between real and a part of the Ryan video is vague. \"My 5-year-
Eat these things all the time!
Lindsay Weiss, a mother, wrote in a blog post titled \"Ryan\'s toy review may be my death.
\"It\'s actually the only thing he saw on YouTube, and the other day I found him talking back to Ryan and telling him that he missed an important part of the new game\" don\'t wake dad up\"
\"Honey, you know Ryan can\'t hear you, right?
She said she told her son.
\"Mom, he doesn\'t need to listen to me,\" wrote Wes . \" Her son replied. \"He just KNOWS.
\"I would also like to thank Ryan for the 13 games he has prepared for my child\'s birthday last week,\" added Wes . \". \"That\'s right.
My child has 13 games on his birthday.
It was very polite to see Ryan play the game and scream happily.
\"Other parents left a lot of information on Ryan\'s YouTube channel, thanking him and his parents for saying that their children sometimes watch his videos for hours a day.
\"My son has autism,\" one parent wrote . \"
\"Your video helps him to speak, use his imagination, and use the toys correctly!
He likes these videos a few times a day and I just want to say thank you!
\"Hey, Ryan ToysReview hi,\" wrote another parent . \".
\"My 3 year old Ashaz likes to watch your video.
He wants to say hello. you\'re his little brother. . .
We are from India and all of us extend our best wishes.
\"Ryan, my child likes your toy review and he watches your videos every day,\" one mother wrote . \".
\"Today he asked me, \'Mom, when are we going to visit Ryan?
I told him it was impossible because we live in different countries, maybe when you grow up :)
\"However, the greatest will comes from the children themselves.
\"Hello Ryan,\" one of them wrote recently. \" . . .
I\'m 5 years old, I\'m on my dad\'s account, how old are you and I like your video as well.
\"When most people think back to the children\'s celebrities of their time, they may think of the children\'s movie actors.
Well-trained stars in the entertainment industry.
For some, the stars are like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, or Macaulay Carson Karkin, who is alone at home.
For others, they are Judy Garland or Shirley Temple.
For today\'s kids, however, some of the biggest stars are not actors at all, but YouTube stars.
The biggest one is six. year-
Old Ryan playing with toys
Fascinate millions of children around the world.
Ryan toyreview said: \"Since he was three years old, Ryan\'s parents have been capturing videos of him opening toys, playing with them, and\" reviewing \"what they posted on the YouTube channel
\"Ryan\'s surname and his place of residence are a closely guarded secret, and there is no reason why.
According to Forbes magazine, Ryan has become a millionaire.
List of top-paid entrepreneurs on YouTube.
He ranked eighth, and during the period from June 1-20, 2016 to June 1, he brought in $11 million in revenue, certainly before management fees and taxes.
He is linked to the comedy channel Smosh created by Anthony Padila and Ian Haix.
Kids around the world are hooked on him, watching videos for hours a day, and even copying him to start their own YouTube channel.
For his youngest fan, Ryan is not just a stranger on the Internet.
He\'s their friend.
The top 10 in the world
YouTube stars earned $0. 127 billion, up from last year.
According to Forbes, the growth has benefited from a surge in advertising revenue --
Includes a healthy sum of \"Ryan toysview.
Forbes says there are more than 8 billion views in 12 months.
From a simple, humble 15-
Video about the Lego Depot train.
When his family began recording and publishing videos in March 2015, 3-year-
According to Ryan\'s profile at Verge, old has few points of view, let alone comments.
In his first video, he just opened a Lego box, set up the building blocks and played with them.
Ryan watched a lot of toy review channels.
His favorite are Ivan tube and Julian Maya.
Because they used to make a lot of videos about tank engine Thomas, Ryan really liked Thomas, \"his mother told TubeFilter last year, who declined to be named.
\"One day he asked me, \'How come I\'m not on YouTube when all the other kids are on YouTube?
So we decided-
We can do it.
Then we took him to the store and bought his first toy.
I think it\'s the Lego train-
It all started there.
\"Soon, the boy began to play with more than just one toy, and two, and then dozens.
About four months later, his channel saw a surge in traffic, driven mainly by a viral video of Ryan reviewing hundreds of toys at a time.
It was taken off with the name \"100 auto toy giant egg suddenly opening Pixar Disney blitz McQueen kids video Ryan ToysReview.
The number of views per month begins to double.
In 2016, he hit 1 million users in January.
A year later, he had more than 5 million children.
Now he has more than 10 million users and more than 16 million views.
In June, TubeFilter named \"Ryan ToysReview\" the most popular YouTube channel in the United States. S.
For 40 in a row on Sunday.
In September, NBA player Kevin Durant starred in a child science experiment in a video of Ryan.
Ryan is very popular.
He got the job that every little child dreamed of, opening toys day after day to play with them.
He\'s smiling too, not at all.
A threat to both parents and children. No bad words.
No kidding.
He is Mr Rogers but has no sweaters and slippers.
In the most popular video published in April 13, 2016, Ryan\'s mother filmed his crawling on the inflatable slide to find the giant Easter egg.
He opened each one and found that there were all kinds of toys in it.
\"It\'s McQueen\'s light!
When he opened a toy car that he found from the Disney movie \"car\", he said excitedly.
Wow, in another character, there is a character from \"Paw Patrol\" and in another character, there is a Spider-Man.
\"I bet there\'s a bad guy in it,\" he said, pointing to an egg that didn\'t crack.
\"Who do you think, children?
\"The rest of the video, he spends most of his time throwing toys on the water slide and playing in the inflatable pool.
Ryan had a good time.
He focused on the slow presentation, just like the opening of those eggs, which was amazing.
Of his 30 most popular videos, more than half of the video titles contain the word \"surprise: \"Huge egg surprise\" and \"huge egg surprise toy challenge\" balloon pop-up surprise \"and\" giant ball pit challenge \"Surprise toy.
\"Without thinking too much, without\" why is this toy better than the other \", without analysis, the thing that adults describe\" Ryan toyreview \"is irresistible.
Verge describes the channel as a \"mix and match\"
Composed of personal videos and \"unboxing\" videos, the mix of innocent childhood antics and ruthless consumerism.
\"Unboxing\" refers to one of the most bizarre and profitable genres on YouTube today.
These videos sound exactly like this: as Robin Gibbon of The Washington Post explains, people open the packaging of new purchases, the latest Apple device Chanel, Louis Vuitton footage.
His family makes money whenever someone clicks on a video from Ryan.
There are advertising and advertising links everywhere.
Ryan has real influence.
Jim Silver said: \"If a product gets a 10 million, page view, and you see Ryan likes it, or other kids like it, it has a huge impact on retail, the CEO of the review website toys, pets, etc. , told the Verge when Ryan was 5 years old
\"He\'s really the youngest success we \'ve ever seen.
Most of the time, the children are six years old.
Add the range just because of the vocabulary and the maturity of doing the review.
\"His parents told TubeFilter in last September that 99 of the videos on the channel were not branded.
At the time, parents said they paid for all the toys Ryan reviewed.
It is not clear how many toy reviews the sponsor has sent him, but his video description usually includes dozens of name links --brand items.
According to his channel \"about\" page, after Ryan commented on most of the toys, the family donated them to charity.
Many videos include Ryan doing other things besides playing with toys.
They asked him to get his hair cut, play hide-and-seek in the hotel, and have a birthday party for the twin brothers.
\"We release a new video every day, and we usually shoot two or three videos a week,\" his mom told TubeFilter . \".
\"We try not to interfere with Ryan\'s pre-pre-
The schedule of the school, so most of the filming is done on weekends, and then we will edit it when he goes to school.
\"But even if Ryan has only a few pieces of his daily life, his audience can insert himself into his life.
For some young children, the line between real and a part of the Ryan video is vague. \"My 5-year-
Eat these things all the time!
Lindsay Weiss, a mother, wrote in a blog post titled \"Ryan\'s toy review may be my death.
\"It\'s actually the only thing he saw on YouTube, and the other day I found him talking back to Ryan and telling him that he missed an important part of the new game\" don\'t wake dad up\"
\"Honey, you know Ryan can\'t hear you, right?
She said she told her son.
\"Mom, he doesn\'t need to listen to me,\" wrote Wes . \" Her son replied. \"He just KNOWS.
\"I would also like to thank Ryan for the 13 games he has prepared for my child\'s birthday last week,\" added Wes . \". \"That\'s right.
My child has 13 games on his birthday.
It was very polite to see Ryan play the game and scream happily.
\"Other parents left a lot of information on Ryan\'s YouTube channel, thanking him and his parents for saying that their children sometimes watch his videos for hours a day.
\"My son has autism,\" one parent wrote . \"
\"Your video helps him to speak, use his imagination, and use the toys correctly!
He likes these videos a few times a day and I just want to say thank you!
\"Hey, Ryan ToysReview hi,\" wrote another parent . \".
\"My 3 year old Ashaz likes to watch your video.
He wants to say hello. you\'re his little brother. . .
We are from India and all of us extend our best wishes.
\"Ryan, my child likes your toy review and he watches your videos every day,\" one mother wrote . \".
\"Today he asked me, \'Mom, when are we going to visit Ryan?
I told him it was impossible because we live in different countries, maybe when you grow up :)
\"However, the greatest will comes from the children themselves.
\"Hello Ryan,\" one of them wrote recently. \" . . .
I\'m 5 years old, I\'m on my dad\'s account, how old are you and I like your video as well.
\"When most people think back to the children\'s celebrities of their time, they may think of the children\'s movie actors.
Well-trained stars in the entertainment industry.
For some, the stars are like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, or Macaulay Carson Karkin, who is alone at home.
For others, they are Judy Garland or Shirley Temple.
For today\'s kids, however, some of the biggest stars are not actors at all, but YouTube stars.
The biggest one is six. year-
Old Ryan playing with toys
Fascinate millions of children around the world.
Ryan toyreview said: \"Since he was three years old, Ryan\'s parents have been capturing videos of him opening toys, playing with them, and\" reviewing \"what they posted on the YouTube channel
\"Ryan\'s surname and his place of residence are a closely guarded secret, and there is no reason why.
According to Forbes magazine, Ryan has become a millionaire.
List of top-paid entrepreneurs on YouTube.
He ranked eighth, and during the period from June 1-20, 2016 to June 1, he brought in $11 million in revenue, certainly before management fees and taxes.
He is linked to the comedy channel Smosh created by Anthony Padila and Ian Haix.
Kids around the world are hooked on him, watching videos for hours a day, and even copying him to start their own YouTube channel.
For his youngest fan, Ryan is not just a stranger on the Internet.
He\'s their friend.
The top 10 in the world
YouTube stars earned $0. 127 billion, up from last year.
According to Forbes, the growth has benefited from a surge in advertising revenue --
Includes a healthy sum of \"Ryan toysview.
Forbes says there are more than 8 billion views in 12 months.
From a simple, humble 15-
Video about the Lego Depot train.
When his family began recording and publishing videos in March 2015, 3-year-
According to Ryan\'s profile at Verge, old has few points of view, let alone comments.
In his first video, he just opened a Lego box, set up the building blocks and played with them.
Ryan watched a lot of toy review channels.
His favorite are Ivan tube and Julian Maya.
Because they used to make a lot of videos about tank engine Thomas, Ryan really liked Thomas, \"his mother told TubeFilter last year, who declined to be named.
\"One day he asked me, \'How come I\'m not on YouTube when all the other kids are on YouTube?
So we decided-
We can do it.
Then we took him to the store and bought his first toy.
I think it\'s the Lego train-
It all started there.
\"Soon, the boy began to play with more than just one toy, and two, and then dozens.
About four months later, his channel saw a surge in traffic, driven mainly by a viral video of Ryan reviewing hundreds of toys at a time.
It was taken off with the name \"100 auto toy giant egg suddenly opening Pixar Disney blitz McQueen kids video Ryan ToysReview.
The number of views per month begins to double.
In 2016, he hit 1 million users in January.
A year later, he had more than 5 million children.
Now he has more than 10 million users and more than 16 million views.
In June, TubeFilter named \"Ryan ToysReview\" the most popular YouTube channel in the United States. S.
For 40 in a row on Sunday.
In September, NBA player Kevin Durant starred in a child science experiment in a video of Ryan.
Ryan is very popular.
He got the job that every little child dreamed of, opening toys day after day to play with them.
He\'s smiling too, not at all.
A threat to both parents and children. No bad words.
No kidding.
He is Mr Rogers but has no sweaters and slippers.
In the most popular video published in April 13, 2016, Ryan\'s mother filmed his crawling on the inflatable slide to find the giant Easter egg.
He opened each one and found that there were all kinds of toys in it.
\"It\'s McQueen\'s light!
When he opened a toy car that he found from the Disney movie \"car\", he said excitedly.
Wow, in another character, there is a character from \"Paw Patrol\" and in another character, there is a Spider-Man.
\"I bet there\'s a bad guy in it,\" he said, pointing to an egg that didn\'t crack.
\"Who do you think, children?
\"The rest of the video, he spends most of his time throwing toys on the water slide and playing in the inflatable pool.
Ryan had a good time.
He focused on the slow presentation, just like the opening of those eggs, which was amazing.
Of his 30 most popular videos, more than half of the video titles contain the word \"surprise: \"Huge egg surprise\" and \"huge egg surprise toy challenge\" balloon pop-up surprise \"and\" giant ball pit challenge \"Surprise toy.
\"Without thinking too much, without\" why is this toy better than the other \", without analysis, the thing that adults describe\" Ryan toyreview \"is irresistible.
Verge describes the channel as a \"mix and match\"
Composed of personal videos and \"unboxing\" videos, the mix of innocent childhood antics and ruthless consumerism.
\"Unboxing\" refers to one of the most bizarre and profitable genres on YouTube today.
These videos sound exactly like this: as Robin Gibbon of The Washington Post explains, people open the packaging of new purchases, the latest Apple device Chanel, Louis Vuitton footage.
His family makes money whenever someone clicks on a video from Ryan.
There are advertising and advertising links everywhere.
Ryan has real influence.
Jim Silver said: \"If a product gets a 10 million, page view, and you see Ryan likes it, or other kids like it, it has a huge impact on retail, the CEO of the review website toys, pets, etc. , told the Verge when Ryan was 5 years old
\"He\'s really the youngest success we \'ve ever seen.
Most of the time, the children are six years old.
Add the range just because of the vocabulary and the maturity of doing the review.
\"His parents told TubeFilter in last September that 99 of the videos on the channel were not branded.
At the time, parents said they paid for all the toys Ryan reviewed.
It is not clear how many toy reviews the sponsor has sent him, but his video description usually includes dozens of name links --brand items.
According to his channel \"about\" page, after Ryan commented on most of the toys, the family donated them to charity.
Many videos include Ryan doing other things besides playing with toys.
They asked him to get his hair cut, play hide-and-seek in the hotel, and have a birthday party for the twin brothers.
\"We release a new video every day, and we usually shoot two or three videos a week,\" his mom told TubeFilter . \".
\"We try not to interfere with Ryan\'s pre-pre-
The schedule of the school, so most of the filming is done on weekends, and then we will edit it when he goes to school.
\"But even if Ryan has only a few pieces of his daily life, his audience can insert himself into his life.
For some young children, the line between real and a part of the Ryan video is vague. \"My 5-year-
Eat these things all the time!
Lindsay Weiss, a mother, wrote in a blog post titled \"Ryan\'s toy review may be my death.
\"It\'s actually the only thing he saw on YouTube, and the other day I found him talking back to Ryan and telling him that he missed an important part of the new game\" don\'t wake dad up\"
\"Honey, you know Ryan can\'t hear you, right?
She said she told her son.
\"Mom, he doesn\'t need to listen to me,\" wrote Wes . \" Her son replied. \"He just KNOWS.
\"I would also like to thank Ryan for the 13 games he has prepared for my child\'s birthday last week,\" added Wes . \". \"That\'s right.
My child has 13 games on his birthday.
It was very polite to see Ryan play the game and scream happily.
\"Other parents left a lot of information on Ryan\'s YouTube channel, thanking him and his parents for saying that their children sometimes watch his videos for hours a day.
\"My son has autism,\" one parent wrote . \"
\"Your video helps him to speak, use his imagination, and use the toys correctly!
He likes these videos a few times a day and I just want to say thank you!
\"Hey, Ryan ToysReview hi,\" wrote another parent . \".
\"My 3 year old Ashaz likes to watch your video.
He wants to say hello. you\'re his little brother. . .
We are from India and all of us extend our best wishes.
\"Ryan, my child likes your toy review and he watches your videos every day,\" one mother wrote . \".
\"Today he asked me, \'Mom, when are we going to visit Ryan?
I told him it was impossible because we live in different countries, maybe when you grow up :)
\"However, the greatest will comes from the children themselves.
\"Hello Ryan,\" one of them wrote recently. \" . . .
I\'m 5 years old, I\'m on my dad\'s account, how old are you and I like your video as well.
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