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You Tube is a website designed to share videos, and with over 1,300,000,000 users having direct access to all videos uploaded allows them to access and share freely. The best part of You tube today is you can create your own free YouTube channel and start uploading videos. The YouTubers would get paid for the traffic that is been generated to their channel; and do remembers these YouTubers need to struggle hard to reach the top level. The interesting fact is that the most of the top You Tubers are under the age of 30, it means success knocked their doors at a quite early age.

Let us look at the top You Tubers for the year 2019:

1. Daniel Middleton (YouTube Channel: DanTDM)

Earnings: $16.5 million

Subscribers: 21 million

Daniel was born in 1991, a British citizen owning a DanTDM You tube Channel, a gaming channel launched in the year 2012, majorly for the age group of 5 – 10 years. Other the You tube channel he writes novels and anchors the TV shows with a huge fan following.  He has another channel in his credit MoreTDM, which was started in the year 2016. Having a balanced work family life, married his girlfriend Jemma, in the year 2013, the couple is expecting a child in January 2020.

2. Evan Fong (You Tube Channel: VanossGaming)

Earnings: $15.5 million

Subscribers: 24 million

A Canadian internet personality born in the year 1992, started the VanossGaming in the year 2011, and then he didn’t look back. A year younger than Daniel, his tight competitor having more subscribers than him, in a tight competition. The key feature of Fong, for its distinctive video editing style. Other than YouTube career, Fong loves ice hockey and plays guitar.

3. Dude Perfect Group

Earnings: $14 million

Subscribers: 43 million

A five members group, where 3 of them are the high school friends are running sports channel Dude Perfect YouTube channel with the blend of comedy. The group also runs iOS and android Apps.

4. Mark Edward Fischbach (YouTube channel: Markiplier)

Earnings: $12.5 million

Subscribers: 23 million

Another maker of gaming video made his way to the top ten richest YouTube superstars list. Mark likes horror video games, so most of his Markiplier YouTube channel videos cover games like Amnesia, The Dark Descent and Slender, The Eight Pages. Mark is also a voice actor who appeared on several TV shows in addition to being one of the most popular YouTubers in 2019.

5. Logan Paul

          Earnings: $12.5 million

Subscribers: 19 million

Logan Alexander Paul, an American born in the year 1995, started his YouTube career in the year2013. He is also a wrestler; an actor has got the modest fan following through his channel Vine. His controversial act of suicide has given him a greater publicity; Logan will have to struggle hard to keep the fan following.

6. Felix Arvid Ulf Kiellberg (YouTube Channel: PewDiePie)

Earnings: $12.5 million

Subscribers: 96 million

The founder of the most watched channel on YouTube is Felix Kjellberg, who is only 28 years old. The Swedish expert on gaming is likely one of the richest Internet celebrities because its net worth is valued at between $30 million and $50 million. Apart from the work he did in the gaming industry, the world’s most popular YouTuber also published a book that sold over 112,00 copies and hosted a web series called Scare PewDiePie on YouTube Red.

7. Jake Paul

Earnings: $11.5 million

Subscribers: 19 million

Jake Paul is the younger brother of Logan Paul, an actress, a musician, and a video producer from YouTube who received recognition on Vine for the first time. Jake is only 22 years old and may remain among the richest YouTubers for years to come if he manages to avoid controversies and controversy.

8. Ryan toys Review

Earnings: $11 million

Subscribers: 19 million

Only seven-year-old, Ryan is a only You tube child super star having more than 14 million fan followers for the past 3 years. Ryan only opens his toys and plays with them, is been liked by many people. Huge Eggs Surprise Toys Challenge’ is his one of the most popular video, this child YouTuber, may continue his legacy for another some years to come.

9. Smosh

Earnings: $11 million

Subscribers: 24 million

Since the slapstick comedians Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla entered the network back in 2005, this is by far the oldest YouTube channel on this list. They’ve produced many iconic music video game videos and parodies over the years.

10. Lilly Singh (YouTube Channel: IISuperwomanII

Earnings: $10.5 million

Subscribers: 14 million

The Canadian vlogger, comedy video producer, and singer Lilly Singh is the face behind Superwoman, an enormously popular YouTube channel. There is very little doubt that Lilly is indeed a superwoman as her estimated earnings in 2019 will surpass the mark of $10 million.

The new generation is young and dynamic, is able to adopt to the rapid changes in the market and able to deliver the right product based on the consumers’ needs and preferences be it on off line or online modes. This will definitely help them to create popularity, gain market share and to be a successful personality in the long range.

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