The highest paid person in Youtube right now just unboxes toys and she made millions even with the likes, dislikes and commenting disabled.

Calgary, Alberta
December 25, 2016 1:20pm CST
I remember during the early days of Youtube the highest paid Youtubers was Shane Dawson, he got popular on YouTube because of his Vlogs and comedy skits. Then suddenly Ryan Higa takes over with his comedy skits and he was dominant for years until Pewdiepie got famous because of his comedic style of videogame streaming. Pewdiepie have a networth of 4 Million US dollars. Well he is not the richest Youtuber anymore. The highest paid Youtuber now is the former pornstar Sandy Summers. Sandy Summers earns 5 million US dollars a year and she had been doing this since 2011. She use to be a pornstar but she decided to quit that industry and change demographics. She is very popular to kids. She disabled commenting on her videos so kids can watch her videos because she wants her channel to be family friendly and she don't want her past to offend her fanbase. Her videos are simple, she will unbox toys from packages and play with them while she makes commentaries with her sweet voice. She got famous because many children around the world can't afford buying toys. There are many video channels tried copying her and many of them became successful too. Toy Unboxing video genre is now the dominant videos on Youtube, they surpassed gaming channels, cooking channels,reaction channels and even Musicians. She doesn't show her face on her videos, You can only see her hands playing with toys. If you can afford buying expensive toys , You have a camera and you have a Sesame street friendly speaking voice, Maybe you can be a millionaire like her. I embedded a video of her just in case you want to try imitating her success.If you notice I don't judge her from past and I admire her that she is able to find a job that makes her Millions of dollars without leaving her house. She uploads a video every day and all of her videos have millions of views. Would you consider making your own Toy unboxing channel on youtube?
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@sabtraversa (13326)
• Italy
25 Dec 16
Oh my, that's my dream job! So sad I didn't have this idea earlier. Of course I would never watch this girl, but if people would enjoy me playing with toys... Yes, a lot of investment is required and that would take me a long time. By the time I got enough money, this thing will be outdated. Well, I might think of uploading videos where I eat, sleep or clean the house.
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• Calgary, Alberta
25 Dec 16
She already have some competition since people had seen her gimmick is working, You can imagine all the toys hoarded in her house because she have to buy toys everyday. Psychologist thinks that sounds of boxes opening and wrappers being removed have a hypnotizing effects to children and toddlers.
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@sabtraversa (13326)
• Italy
25 Dec 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker Pretty interesting. Well, she would probably attempt to sell most of the toys she buys. And she should also do some "contests" where she gifts the toys she bought to some lucky kid.
• Calgary, Alberta
25 Dec 16
@sabtraversa Maybe doing some contest might be a way to compete against her since she have comments disabled for the safety of her fans. She got famous on Youtube fair and square and she doesn't even need to show her face. Her house is said to be a Mansion so yeah she got super rich playing with toys. She managed to discover a market that is super huge. Most popular Youtubers are losing views but hers are growing.
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@Gina145 (4004)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
26 Dec 16
I can't see myself trying anything like that but I'd love to come up with a way to be more successful on YouTube. It's good to see that it's possible to make a success there without showing one's face because I hate to appear in front of a camera.
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• Calgary, Alberta
26 Dec 16
She found her niche on youtube and she prospered doing it. She have some competition now, they also make money but not as good as hers.
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@Gina145 (4004)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
26 Dec 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker I don't need to make as much as she does, but I'd like to make enough to mean something. I'll have to find my own niche though because I don't think I'd enjoy hers.
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@Madshadi (8937)
• Brussels, Belgium
25 Dec 16
Why would unboxing toys be popular? Who wants to watch toys being unboxed?
• Calgary, Alberta
25 Dec 16
Its a mystery that is hard to explain. A Psychologist said that the sound of boxes being opened and plastic wrap being crumpled is addictive to toddlers. Also the fact these kids have parents who can't afford buying toys made them fascinated to watch these videos. Yup her videos are watched by hundreds and millions of children. Usually toddlers who gets to touch their parent's tablet or smart phone/
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@Madshadi (8937)
• Brussels, Belgium
25 Dec 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker yeah probably lol. Maybe some parents watch it with their kids
@jstory07 (67037)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Dec 16
I like to watch the videos on utube. Thanks for sharing this with us.
• Calgary, Alberta
25 Dec 16
Her Networth is around 30 Million by now just by playing with toys.
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@jstory07 (67037)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Dec 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker That's a lot of money.
• Calgary, Alberta
25 Dec 16
@jstory07 Part of me I wish I discovered her style of videos first. She started in 2011. Imagine I might be at least half as rich as her if I made toy unboxing videos years ago. She is a genius for inventing these type of videos because children are giving her money.
@rachael5760 (2675)
• Israel
18 Aug
If I knew how to do the video editing, I might want to do something similar, but to really show the children how to play with the toys. How to make the different voices and what the characters do. I would make up my own stories and show the children how to have fun with the toys that they already have instead of always buying new ones.
• Calgary, Alberta
21 Aug
Another way to make money with Youtube is ASMR. it is a relaxing video genre that is able to give cranial nerve massage to viewers. it costs less money than buying toys.
• Israel
22 Aug
@CaptAlbertWhisker This sounds interesting, I might try it. Thanks for the heads up. Have you done one of these types of videos?
@ms1864 (6986)
• Bangalore, India
26 Dec 16
that's a clever way to earn money. should keep this idea on the back burner. I'm not the biggest fan of my voice on audio...that is really my only problem here.
• Calgary, Alberta
26 Dec 16
if you can talk in a sweet friend manner that can make babies smile. You might be able to have a toy channel. I mean your main market are toddlers 1 to 5 year olds. I think babies love the sweet whispery soft voice.
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@averygirl72 (16656)
• Philippines
26 Dec 16
So one can make money just by uploading videos on youtube. I thought it's just free to watch the videos.
@RasmaSandra (17530)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
26 Dec 16
Well that is one lucky lady. I don't know if I could do that but it is worth thinking about due to the big bucks. Does she buy the toys and then do this?
• Calgary, Alberta
26 Dec 16
She buys toys on the beginning but I heard now she is being sponsored that companies are sending her toys for free.
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