YouTube, a Google video platform, has made it possible for anyone to publish material and the chance to reach the global audience. But the greatest revolution was the opportunity to make money on such creativity. Ba, we already know more than one star for which no longer a label agent, but the internet has become a gateway to international fame.
What to do to earn? Of course, there is no single answer, although it is certainly important to have an idea (preferably one that no one has yet fallen into), a realization (no work done) and a bit of luck that will make one of the material on your channel It will get even for a moment, loudly. This is the number of subscribers, reach, and number of views in a month become capitals that are converted to real cash.
Below are some channels that have done so well.
What’s Inside? (2.7 million subscriptions)
What is the interior of football, lava lamp or rattlesnake tail? The fact that the curiosity of the world is a natural feature has already convinced many parents, when their comfort dismantled a device to find out what is inside. It seems that with age, this feature in most of us is slightly dulled … although certainly not in the case of the author of this channel, who usually in the company of the son trying to answer the question “what is inside” in the simplest possible way.
Slow Mo Guys (8 million subscriptions)
Slow motion movies are always cool to watch, but no one waits for new episodes with bated breath. Slow Mo Guys, however, have a serious asset to strengthen their position: they do not have to be afraid of the followers, especially, which guarantees the high price of the camera necessary to make such shots.
GizmoSlip (1.8 million subscriptions)
The resistance of expensive gadgets is something that we do not test ourselves … voluntarily. These guys, however, made a way to make money.
Expensive gadgets are certainly not one of the original ideas, so the success of GizmoSlip must be based on a solid business plan that will ensure that the money spent on the destroyed hardware will pay off.
So we will see smartphones dropped, melt, roasted, baked, freezing, and we will also see if the Nokia 3310 will be a blade of katana and see how many 4K TVs will pierce the bolt fired from the strongest crossbow in the world.
Carsandwater (800 thousand subscriptions)
Popular science channels, whose creators do a variety of experiments on YouTube, will find a few. That is why, at a random hit, we choose one whose owner likes to catapult various objects heated red metal ball.
RCSparks Studio (1.1 million subscriptions)