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"evan tube" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"evan tube" Discussed on Marketing School

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I've Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how this eight year year old kid makes twenty six million dollars a year from Youtube at what you can learn from it so neil. Have you heard a story. Do you know who this is. I do Ryan's rolled all right. Yeah His name is Ryan Guan and then yeah rides. World is officially his channel. Do you WanNa tell vote about it. Yes so you know. It's not just a kit. His parents are bawling because the parents are keeping the money. Sucks for Ryan when you get older. Hopefully your parents take care of. You seem like nice pair or you. Listen to mark is good. You learn how to get out out of that. That's right although I think it's good that a kid doesn't get twenty six million and the parents can agree and probably saving yet in doing good things on his behalf. Ford released an article breaking down the top Youtube influencers in how much they're making and Ryan was at the top. It used to be Ryan. You know video video recording youtube videos of him looking at toys now. It's much more than that. But in essence is channel appeals to kids and he makes twenty six million dollars. There's a year so good for you Ryan. Yeah just to give a little more context in terms of what you can learn. I think Going into it to rides world is a channel used to be rides toy review. And I. I was watching some of the videos. And there's like a giant Lightning McQueen bar a ball from disease cars and so basically the idea. The deal was actually conceived from Ryan's mother who came up with the idea after watching videos by another youtuber named Evan Tube. HD He basically reviews products too. But you know she decided to basically put a spin on it so oftentimes. What you think about doing something to do is draw some racial somewhere else and then combined into experience that that you have at it becomes something? That's very novel. The the best part about this is like look anyone can make money. My buddies and I were joking around at least my buddies who have kids and we were joking around like mad. Our children just causes money. It's time to make some money from them now. We're just joking as I mentioned look. Youtube is really powerful. And this just shows you why need to be on it you know. A lot of people are like Oh tech talk snapchat. It's all younger demographics. There's not any money in there. Where Ryan's Ryan's making a ton of money you know going after young kids and people who are a much younger audience than most would ever market too so it just shows that there's potential hamshaw almost all audiences because eventually all these audiences will end up with credit cards? It will end up purchasing an Yoon if they're too young and they don't have credit cards their parents for purchase for them. So don't be afraid to just go out there and go and try to do something even if other people are hating on at telling you it's not possible both telling you there's no money in it. Hey if there's a big market a ton of people the money will eventually fall. I think there's some other lessons from this too because what I what I look at the video so it's not like it's particularly well done. I mean it shirts a good video but it's not great. It's not something that really stands out. So what really sticks out is rides got his own little quirky personality as a kid. I think Gras Corky they also stay very consistent with the publishing schedule to know exactly where you're going to get from from that channel. which is why I mean? Twenty two point nine million subscribers share his. You know that the hurts though what they're doing and they've also you know you can also learn from from rides world is sure it like. Let's say you God bless you if you have a kid. That's helping you do well. But they've learned to also diverse fighter the income that they're getting they look. Look at the Post that I think it was written by not forced maybe it is Forbes but basically they own a couple of properties in this area you know they take care of their parents of the diversified investments. And they'll put all their eggs in one basket. So that's another lesson that you can learn and the other thing I want to call out if I turn back over to deal is if you look at number one. Earner it's Ryan Ryan Kanji and number two is perfect. Now do perfect. is they do their production quality or the bout of work that they have to put it to practice are actually way crazier because they're logic basketball's out of like helicopters or roofs tops. The buildings are really crazy. AIDS ad they earn twenty million bucks in kind of a twenty nineteen and then at third place was actually another child. Who who is only five years old and I believe she's Russian as you're eighteen million dollar so the aid any other thoughts for your side? No we pretty much covered most of the things on my end. Look if you guys WanNa go out there do all on social media check out marketing school dot. Io Sash live. Eric and doing impersonality March eighth ninth and and tenth in San Francisco. It's going to be totally different from what you're used to..

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This 8-Year-Old Makes $26M A Year From YouTube - Here's What You Can Learn

Marketing School

04:22 min | 11 months ago

This 8-Year-Old Makes $26M A Year From YouTube - Here's What You Can Learn

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I've Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how this eight year year old kid makes twenty six million dollars a year from Youtube at what you can learn from it so neil. Have you heard a story. Do you know who this is. I do Ryan's rolled all right. Yeah His name is Ryan Guan and then yeah rides. World is officially his channel. Do you WanNa tell vote about it. Yes so you know. It's not just a kit. His parents are bawling because the parents are keeping the money. Sucks for Ryan when you get older. Hopefully your parents take care of. You seem like nice pair or you. Listen to mark is good. You learn how to get out out of that. That's right although I think it's good that a kid doesn't get twenty six million and the parents can agree and probably saving yet in doing good things on his behalf. Ford released an article breaking down the top Youtube influencers in how much they're making and Ryan was at the top. It used to be Ryan. You know video video recording youtube videos of him looking at toys now. It's much more than that. But in essence is channel appeals to kids and he makes twenty six million dollars. There's a year so good for you Ryan. Yeah just to give a little more context in terms of what you can learn. I think Going into it to rides world is a channel used to be rides toy review. And I. I was watching some of the videos. And there's like a giant Lightning McQueen bar a ball from disease cars and so basically the idea. The deal was actually conceived from Ryan's mother who came up with the idea after watching videos by another youtuber named Evan Tube. HD He basically reviews products too. But you know she decided to basically put a spin on it so oftentimes. What you think about doing something to do is draw some racial somewhere else and then combined into experience that that you have at it becomes something? That's very novel. The the best part about this is like look anyone can make money. My buddies and I were joking around at least my buddies who have kids and we were joking around like mad. Our children just causes money. It's time to make some money from them now. We're just joking as I mentioned look. Youtube is really powerful. And this just shows you why need to be on it you know. A lot of people are like Oh tech talk snapchat. It's all younger demographics. There's not any money in there. Where Ryan's Ryan's making a ton of money you know going after young kids and people who are a much younger audience than most would ever market too so it just shows that there's potential hamshaw almost all audiences because eventually all these audiences will end up with credit cards? It will end up purchasing an Yoon if they're too young and they don't have credit cards their parents for purchase for them. So don't be afraid to just go out there and go and try to do something even if other people are hating on at telling you it's not possible both telling you there's no money in it. Hey if there's a big market a ton of people the money will eventually fall. I think there's some other lessons from this too because what I what I look at the video so it's not like it's particularly well done. I mean it shirts a good video but it's not great. It's not something that really stands out. So what really sticks out is rides got his own little quirky personality as a kid. I think Gras Corky they also stay very consistent with the publishing schedule to know exactly where you're going to get from from that channel. which is why I mean? Twenty two point nine million subscribers share his. You know that the hurts though what they're doing and they've also you know you can also learn from from rides world is sure it like. Let's say you God bless you if you have a kid. That's helping you do well. But they've learned to also diverse fighter the income that they're getting they look. Look at the Post that I think it was written by not forced maybe it is Forbes but basically they own a couple of properties in this area you know they take care of their parents of the diversified investments. And they'll put all their eggs in one basket. So that's another lesson that you can learn and the other thing I want to call out if I turn back over to deal is if you look at number one. Earner it's Ryan Ryan Kanji and number two is perfect. Now do perfect. is they do their production quality or the bout of work that they have to put it to practice are actually way crazier because they're logic basketball's out of like helicopters or roofs tops. The buildings are really crazy. AIDS ad they earn twenty million bucks in kind of a twenty nineteen and then at third place was actually another child. Who who is only five years old and I believe she's Russian as you're eighteen million dollar

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"evan tube" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"evan tube" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"L E dot com and at checkout, enter the code bar. All right. Let's get back to the show. So how do you Chris how you scale this business? If it's, you know, or is there is it enough in what you're kind of without giving what your secret sauce is there is it one or two new franchises a year that that is that is that enough to keep the growth engine going. No, I think it's a combination of lines of business as well. So one of the big areas, for example, we're focused on in nineteen is expanding sort of the distribution of content under the pocket watch brand on new and emerging platforms. So for example, the irony is like ad-supported linear content is coming back in a fairly big way with services like Pluto, TV and Roku channels, which is sort of their version of it. You know, there's a lot of this happening and a lot of audiences consuming content. So there's a lot of platforms to actually take the content to where we can distribute it and build our brand in the process and build the franchise brands, even bigger and. Have more control and avoid the algorithm issues that you just got God YouTube that'll be a big push for us this year. So if you think of it like a grid where there's IT at the top. And there's lines of business on the side. You know, we growing both right last year. We basically had four I p in three lines of business and this year, we're really we're going to go to seven lines of business and seven I. And then you have to build a lot of processes structure and things in fortunately for us. We have digital cost structures. Right. We're not burdened by the legacy any legacy business. Right. So when you look at traditional media, you know, the cable television model you have to bring that in for a soft landing whether you're Disney or Viacom, but it will never be what it was peaked. Now, it's going down. And so we have the benefit of building out infrastructure and building our operations against. The an understanding of this new digital landscape. Right. And and launching new digital IP on platforms like YouTube is much more cost effective to so whether we're partnering with existing IP or we're actually creating new IP in launching on YouTube. It's to us. It's just IP, and we can monetize that across all rights different lines of business. So feel free to not answer this question. But I can't help it ask it, you know, it seems to me that pocket watches such neck was issued candidate. I mean, somebody would love to own a larger company we'd love to own and I know you're serial entrepreneur. But would you be is that would there'd be benefit for that in order to leverage in a in a bigger institutional player or do you want to build this for the next ten years? I'll start by saying I have a lot of respect and admirations for the large media companies. So it their machines are for how they bring content to people and I p. People globally is you know, they're incredible machines for that. But this is such a new area that requires an understanding of that digital first content stars IP that, you know, look, it's always nice to be wanted. And it's always nice to have options. So you know, so one wants to refunded. And if it's always nice to have, you know, if somebody wants to buy us, or we can raise more capital and keep going the those are those are good options to have, you know. I don't see selling anytime soon. I think we're really really am. We're also having fun. Yeah. It must be a lot of fun. Is there next Ryan that you can you can tell us about or Shirley, I can tell you this year. We're going to do a lot around hobby kids. So hobby kids is a great brand on YouTube. They'd been there for a really long time. It's three young boys and their parents, and they do all sorts of boy, like outdoor play activities is a big part of what they do. We have developed a natural animated series with them to expand that world. So we partnered with a guy named Butch Hartman who created fairly odd parents in Danny phantom, and we're doing a hobby kids adventures animated series that will sort of be the catalyst for a larger launch across much a lot of different areas. And then we're doing something very similar with Evan tube. In. Jillian tube. But brother and sister team that have been on there for a long time. And we call them the tubes is kind of like the for short, and we'll be doing something very similar. But again, our launches are big like we when we step on the gas and do this. You're gonna see it across a lot of different areas. Like, not just like, hey, we're going to launch a product or we're just gonna want some content or just going to we do a lot at once. I mean, there's a whole other tangent here on the aspect of parents allowing their kids, and what it does to the kids, and I'm sure you've seen both the negatives in the positives. But if somebody wanted to to do this is there is it like kind of like luck are their parents and kids that is their advice that you can give all start by saying it should come from the kid. Yeah. Right. All of our creator partners. When there's kids involved the kid is the driver Ryan, for example, has an insatiable appetite play and make right, right? And a passion that he is. Prodding pretty amazing. Now, they've done an incredible job the parents of creating infrastructure and universe around him. The take some of the pressure off. So and also helps us tremendously so this universe of characters. They have like animated characters. There's this game playing panda. That's an animated character. Go combo panda. Gus the gummy gator is a puppet. And like they've done a really good job and a big team and a lot of channels now a big universe for Ryan to inhabit. So that that it's not just him. And all the kids know all the characters which has been great. But you know, at the end of the day, it has got to come from the kids. And and frankly, that's how it should adapt over time as well. So as you can imagine these kids who might be, you know, six seven eight as they get a little older gaming is a great example of something that becomes a court interest. If to lean into that brief that and kind of go with their what's their into because otherwise, it's kids. See, right. Through it. Yeah. Maybe kids skateboarding. Video mine is milder son his sneakers, so he's got the sneaker obsession that face to. So he goes down the rabbit hole of sneaker videos. Into creating his own general your kids, or they both appeared in in videos and have it's funny because they've they'll often come up with ideas with rumba -cation with another family or something and they'll start making videos, and then just sort of stop. But it's a good exercise. I do think sort of there's a media literacy, and how to create videos, and creating using video is a language for communication and expression that super-critical important only going to be more important. Also, it's so much easier. Now, the tools or so much cheaper. It's just it's the ability to create content becomes easier and easier. And so I think it's important that kids know how to do that. Yeah. Do and I don't mean to harp on Ryan. But did you say his parents created this environment word safe in? He can is he aware of of of how big he is how much money he makes her as he blissfully unaware. What's the right? You know? It's a great question. I generally in the way, I would typically answer. This question is that their fame is very different from what you typically associated child star with right? So he's not playing out sold out stadiums. He's not walking red carpets. Right. He's not doing those things that that that could have an effect on his visit the mall. Does he get noticed? Yes. For sure but his community has been incredibly good about keeping their life private which is critical their privacy like unbelievable to help. And this kid goes to public school. All right. So the the fact that his pound is. So I wonder what it's like for him at school. I think everybody knows it's not a big deal. I don't know. You know, we we get it here in LA a lot right? And it's mostly a private schools. But you know, there's always the the famous people or famous kids or don't really care, right? Yeah. My kid's got his school with a couple of things. And it's like, yeah. So now having said that as we accomplish our goals and really grow these things into larger global franchises for kids and families. We're keeping an eye on it. It's really important to health of the kid is number one. Right. That's number one important. And that's why they're desires so critical there like that. They it has to be that they really love this. And when they don't we should stop something, we keep it very close eye on. Well, it's a new business. Chris can't wait to keep watching the success. Even though I will keep kicking myself every time, but can't let them all my sending them send the kids stuff to you next. It's hard to a lot of angel investing to you. When those decisions are just it's we have so many. There's so many great ideas out there to be supportive the elevator back down, but you got to pick and choose. Anyway, thank you Chris for being here. This has been awesome Bradley success with popular we look forward to seeing what's next to you guys. Great guys and congratulate into credible success. Thank you. At something to share with us. Don't forget to the end me on Instagram at Allie web with any entrepreneurial questions and vice or anything else you wanna add and make sure to subscribe to this podcast. Always who were chatting with if you'd like it, send us a review read all of them want to hear keep raising the bar guys. And we'll catch you on the next episode.

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"evan tube" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"evan tube" Discussed on Eating For Free

"YouTube. So Viacom is making money. Every time Ryan toys review gets a YouTube, click or. Sing about. Okay. One. Also, they are planning to package. Nickelodeon inventory for short form content on pocket watch. I know that Joe Joe a lot of her videos now or BTS and abouts the nickel production. She's on and the nails have the Nickelodeon sticker and things. So like, she's literally her brand is producing what Nickelodeon would normally just on TV. So you two are already producing a sketch comedy show starring Keenen Thomson for Nick load. Ian, they also have paramount players, which is headed by Brian Robbins. They have bought a pitch from pocket watch for feature film, titled the unblock saying. Movie. This is founder and CEO Chris Williams again, it became clear to us. There were areas of alignment between our two companies there, and then there's a strong opportunity to create and bring together creators with the Viacom brands Puckett watch crater partners will also now be in for invited to Viacom events, including the kids choice awards. At this point so launching in March Susan's of teen pocket watch has already enlisted kid and family sized YouTube, creators in cluding, right toys review, Evan tube, HD captain sparkles and hobby kids TV like I said what you're just see why there's always the top tier? And then like the hundred people trying to be law Centene, so they have twenty YouTube channels officially and across their twenty YouTube channels, they get one billion plus monthly view lean and a combined subscriber base of almost forty million. See this is what I was saying. It's like it's like it's like the code actions. Anything about them or like them, and yet they are fully influencing elections at this point he's like basis, so what the fuck that from that. Like metaphor was but truly like the impact of these people are too large to low sent Ryan toys view is an industry. And then Viacom owns the company that exclusively licenses everything Ryan.

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"evan tube" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"evan tube" Discussed on Ologies

"Yeah such at such a greek branding what is happening when you have adt chubby caterpillar you evan tube of guts and then pieces out is like catch a later a gone fishing and then it comes out as a different creature i've heard that they have the same memories in the same versions are think to have been some studies that have shown that yes some of those memories and aversions can last into an adult some people think that they entirely turned to goo inside and then just reform they don't entirely there are still some parts that remained these things called imaginable disks of i've been with them for a long time and actually inside some late in star caterpillars meaning they're they're very mature caterpillar is about to puke you will actually have little bits of butterfly in them so they're already starting to change before they get in there okay and then they get in there a lot of them goes down but the imaginable this will turn into things like there is their wings and that kind of thing and so it's it is a lot of work in it is really amazing but there's some people out there are friends aaron pomerantz is an example of somebody who has figured out a way to cut a little window into a pupa what and then you can actually watch what happens on the inside that's crazy how the hell does he do that i just a very tiny knife a lot of patients some saran wrap yes and so you can actually see what's going on inside so scientists have pretty cool idea they've done like mr is crazy scans on them to watch his transformation over time but it is i mean there are a lot of things in nature that just blow your mind and that is something that is happening every day around the world and every kid has done a lot of kids grow caterpillars into adult butterflies in that stage is truly impressive and really wild now the dna's the same right is it dna expression changing like how does i just have no idea how it works yeah so yeah there will be genes that get expressed.

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"evan tube" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"evan tube" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is five thirty six from npr news this is all things considered i'm robert siegel and i'm elsa chang in 1990 a group of about fifty women staged a bold protest they got in their cars and they drove it was a radical new because they were in saudi arabia where we winning have long been banned from getting behind the wheel that zia albuquerque was one of these protesters she says the consequence of her half hour drive was police questioning and the loss of her job now almost thirty years later she and her fellow protesters are getting what they wanted the right to drive the kingdom of saudi arabia announced yesterday that the ban on women drivers will be lifted this spring i called on zia earlier today at her home in saudi arabia's capital riyadh and i asked her how she first heard the news my been was watching tv i 70 he he actually secretely had probably yeah you have to come and see for yourself at a and i came and it was like my i was almost out i was crying and you know we would get the end because had been through a lot you know gay can all they in a social aid negative to push an accu trump got a you know because lifted women so it was a very foot movement when you can't drive as a woman in saudi arabia how does that order your daily activities it can't you leave the imf off but i mean you know because any you know could you get that driver about tied and you need to have a place for him to to connect with you in your house because you cannot put out on if you have children yet can call of back and it works so often and gift imagine if he can i accord evan tubing at drive at oak beat him you know you tell that he you know every month and taking care of medicare and all that show go many i mean you know so many women cannot definitely so they are stranded at home absolutely i i just said.

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"evan tube" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"evan tube" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On a true story of barry seal an airline pilot recruited to run covert operations for the cia in theaters friday from npr news this is all things considered i'm rob with siegel and i'm elsa chang in 1990 a group of about fifty women staged a bold protest they got in their cars and they drove it was a radical move because they were in saudi arabia where women have long been banned from getting behind the wheel as the albuquerque was one of these protesters she says the consequence of her half hour drive was police questioning and the loss of her job now almost thirty years later she and her fellow protesters are getting what they wanted the right to drive the kingdom of saudi arabia announced yesterday that the ban on women drivers will be lifted this spring i called on zia earlier today at her home in saudi arabia's capital riyadh and i asked her how she first heard the news my husband was watching tv i 70 he he actually secretely headphones yeah you have to come and see for yourself at a at a came and it was like my i was almost out i worked at crying and you know we would juggling men end because hypnotism a lot you know taking all they in a socially negative to push an accurate trump other you know because we lifted women so it was a very joyful moment when you can't drive as a woman in saudi arabia how does that order your daily activities to you leave the impossible i mean you know because any you know couldn't get that driver from outside and you need to have a place for him to get if what you basically of your house because you cannot put out on hugh have hidden yes fixing koijam back at it work so it it for half an and just imagine if he could not afford evan tubing at drive at oak obey him in no has utility you know every month and and taken care of and medicare and all that show so many i mean you know so many women cannot definitely so they are stranded at home absolutely i i just said.

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"evan tube" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"evan tube" Discussed on The NBA Show

"They watch other kids playing video games at what they do what they would rather my son would rather watch kids play video games then play the video game himself it's a damnedest thing and i don't really understand but the and there's this like there's this subculture even amongst like his age right there's a kid name evan tube hd and there's another there's a fairly resort there's a family called f g tv and all they do is i try out these games at play these games yeah and he and he watches them all the time and so yes they're going to come with that's not that's not going to be abnormal to him in fact what is normal to him as to watch people play video games and he don't watch anything on tv outside of like nba games with me at or wrestling nothing else like is why it and this is why you're seeing this is why you're seeing a you know soccer teams are doing this soccer european time comes are buying a sports teams even if they don't necessarily play the digital version of their own no real life sport you're seeing you know peter gruber was involved in an ownership group that bought and a sports team that plays the legends and over watching a couple of things the reason they're doing this is because one just the numbers are so big that it you can't really ignore it now that they have nobody's really figured out.

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