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YouTube-användarna som tjänar mest

PewDiePie tjänar inte längre bäst

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Statistiktjänsten Social Blade har sammanställt en lista över vilka användare på YouTube som drar in mest pengar, och svenske PewDiePie får nu se sig nedflyttad till andraplatsen då en tjej som kommenterar leksaker nu ska vara den som tjänar mest på sina videoklipp.

Enligt Social Blade drar YouTube-användaren DisneyCollectorBR årligen drar in mellan 1,5 till 23,4 miljoner dollar på sina YouTube-klipp. Det kan jämföras med PewDiePie som anses tjäna mellan 1,2 till 18,9 miljoner dollar på YouTube.

Att spannet på inkomsterna är så stort förklarar Jenna Arnold på Social Blade med:
"The range is huge because the CPMs [cost per thousand views] vary SO much. They can be anywhere from $0.25 to $4.00 on average.

It’s a huge range because we just don’t know CPM’s for individual channels, or many of the factors that would affect it, like what country their audience is based in, how many views are from mobile, how many of their viewers have Adblock, etc. Stuff like that all affects earnings."

Ovan hittar ni ett av DisneyCollectorBR:s YouTube-klipp och under "Läs mer" hittar ni en topp-15-lista på de YouTube-användare som anses tjäna mest på tjänsten.

1. DisneyCollectorBR: Pulls down $1.5 to $23.4 million annually for her videos about playing with children's toys.

2. PewDiePie: Earns between $1.2 and 18.9 million every year for his comedy videos, often about video games.

3. LittleBabyBum: This group, which produces animated nursery rhymes specifically for YouTube, earns $845,500 to $13.5 million annually.

4. Stampylonghead: $698,100 to $11.2 million every year for videos about "Minecraft" and other video games.

5. Popularmmos: $750,900 to $12 million for "Minecraft" gameplay commentary.

6. Blucollection: $720,700 to $11.5 million for videos showing a grown man playing with Play-Doh and other toddler-friendly wares.

7. DisneyCarToys: $642,700 to $10.3 million every year for short films like "FROZEN Elsa Teaches Barbie a Lesson PART 2."

8. MarkiPlierGame: $588,400 to $9.4 million for video game commentary.

9. TheDiamondMinecart: $603,000 to $9.6 million for daily "Minecraft" videos.

10. Jacksepticeye: $568,300 to $9.1 million for the self-professed "most energetic video game commentator on YouTube."

11. MaterCarClub: $527,100 to $8.4 million for more adults playing with children's toys.

12. Vanossgaming: $517,800 to $8.3 million for even more video game comedy videos.

13. TheEducVideos: $565,200 to $9 million for toy videos -- this time starring children.

14. Itsbabybigmouth: $567,200 to $9.1 million for videos that are mostly about opening chocolate eggs for the toys inside.

15. Vegetta777: $505,600 to $8.1 million for manic video game commentary (in Spanish).

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