When YouTube was born back in 2005, it started out as a simple video sharing platform. The first video on the site is an 18-second clip of a young man at the zoo. Since then, YouTube has grown into a one-stop platform for any kind of video under the sun. Whether you're looking for How-tos, music videos, vlogs, comedy skits, or TED talks, you name it, they have it. All it takes is a simple search, you can even find a song title by typing the lyrics you remember the most. YouTube has grown massively through the years with the pioneers being the active users of the site. YouTube channels and users are an integral part of the video-sharing platform. The site wouldn't be what it is today without the people who provide good content and devour them. You can even say that you grew up watching YouTube videos and it would come as no surprise. A comedy channel that was the most subscribed at some point (before PewDiePie) was the duo Smosh. The original Smosh members were Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla although, in recent years, their channel has changed a lot. Their comedy skits and videos don't appeal to as many people as it used to. Although they are still one of the best YouTube channels, especially if you watch their older videos. In recent years, the leading YouTube channel is without a doubt PewDiePie. In subscriber count alone, he stands strong. Although PewDiePie and T-Series are in a close race towards the most subscribed channel. If you're an active YouTube user, you're probably looking for new channels to watch. Here you will find old and new favorites to start getting addicted to. Enjoy these channels and let us know which ones are your favorite.
Did you know that the highest paid YouTuber is actually a kid who's only seven? CBSnews.com revealed in an article in December 2018 that YouTube Ryan ToysReview earned about $22 million out of making videos. The seven-year-old YouTuber beat other creators like Jeffree Star, PewDiePie, and Jake Paul. On his channel, Ryan regularly posts toy unboxing and reviews that are being watched by his 17 million subscribers. His most watched video of an Easter egg and a bouncy house gained 1.6 billion views. Collectively, Ryan has garnered a whopping 25 billion views. No wonder, he's the highest paid —and most likely the youngest— content creator so far.
Unsurprisingly, YouTube stats are constantly skyrocketing. In fact, users watch around six billion hours of video each month. This means that they watch four billion videos every day and content creators upload 300 hours of video every minute. Of course, the platform's traffic doesn't come from the US alone. Around 80% of its traffic comes from other countries with Saudi Arabia on top of the list. This is why YouTube comes in 76 languages to cater to the needs of its diverse viewers. Since it is now one of the biggest online platforms around, you can find about any video you might need. There are, of course, thousands of gaming YouTube channels as well as a plethora of makeup tutorials you can easily watch any time, anywhere. Content creators also grow by the dozen as people start to see YouTube as a great source of income. What about you, what were you doing when you were seven?
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