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Top 7 Unlikely Earners on YouTube

When YouTube was started in 2005, its primary focus was to stream videos. When it was bought by Google Inc., it sta...

Top 7 Unlikely Earners on YouTube

When YouTube was started in 2005, its primary focus was to stream videos. When it was bought by Google Inc., it started to become more and more popular. Musicians, movie stars and other celebrities regularly post new videos on their YouTube channels. But, this service is not solely limited to celebrities. Other, ordinary people as well have been reaping the benefits this service can offer. YouTube has proven to be a perfect venue for users to find fame. It is constantly expanding and so is the diversity of people amassing millions because of it. This is a list of the 7 most unlikely people who have earned fortunes on YouTube.

 

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7. Epic Rap Battles - $5.7 million (818 million views)

This series was created by Peter Shukof and Lloyd Ahlquist. They started with an idea and spent $50 per episode. The Rap Battles pit famous historical and pop figures against one another in a classic rap duelling format.

 

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6. UberHaxorNova - $7.7 million (1.1 billion views)

James Richard Wilson, better known as UberHaxorNova, joined YouTube in April 2008 when he began posting video commentaries of video games. UberHaxorNova has unofficially been declared a mental state that one enters when watching this guy's videos.

 

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5. CaptainSparklez - $8.4 million (1.2 billion views)

CaptainSparklez is another gameplay commentator on YouTube whose most famous series is based on Minecraft. He is best known for is the Minecraft parodies, where he changes the lyrics to popular songs so he can fit them into the world of Minecraft. He mined a lot of money doing that.

 

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4. Jenna Marbles - $9.1 million (1.3 billion views)

Jenna is both an entertainer and a YouTube personality. Her video “How To Trick People Into Thinking You’re Good Looking” garnered 5.3 million views in the first week. Marbles' YouTube channel has over thirteen million subscribers and over one billion total video views.

 

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3. RayWilliam Johnson – $18.2 million (2.6 billion views)

Johnson is a video blogger, producer and actor widely known for his Equals Three series. It's there that he provides commentaries for viral videos.

 

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2. Smosh – $19.6 million (3.3 billion views)

Smosh is a comedy duo that joined hands in 2005. They soon became one of the most popular shows on YouTube. Their channel has more than 18 million subscribers and 3.3 billion video views.

 

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1. PewDiePie – $27,8 million

Felix Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie, has been earning $4 million a year, according to The Wall Street Journal. Last year, his channel became the most watched YouTube series and since then he has tripled the number of subscribers. How did he manage to do that? He just posts videos of himself playing video games while addressing the viewer. His best known video, “A Funny Montage,” has gathered more than 51 million views since it was posted in June, 2013. If this guy can do it, so can anyone, really.

 

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