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The World's Highest Paid Youtube Stars 2016-Forbes


Youtube has long been serving as a platform for many people who upload their videos earn income.Not only that it allows anyone to upload the content which can be viewed globally.Many are now choosing youtube as their full time profession to earn decent amount of money.There are however few youtubers who earn lakhs of dollars .Lets take a asneak peek at the top you tube earners for 2016 released by Forbes.







PewDiePie is a swedish web based comedian and video producer best known for his Lets play commentaries and vlogs on youtube. His real name is Felix Kjellberg made an whooping 15million from 12 months till june 2016 according to Forbes.

The World's Highest Paid Youtube Stars 2016-Forbes


This is the second straight year pewdiepie has topped the charts. His paycheck saw a surge of 20% compared to previous year where he earned 12 million.His channel titled ‘lets play’ video features a gamer playing through the video game alongside footage player’s narration and his reactions.



In 2016 he released abook tited “This Book Loves You” made the New York Times bestseller list. His YouTube Red series Scare PewDiePie was reestablished for a second season. His second computer game, PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator, was downloaded more than 1 million times inside 24 hours of its launch. Marker Studios likewise collaborated with PewDiePie to make another system called Revel mode, which concentrates on content, community and charity.

Roman Atwood, known for his YouTube trick recordings, came next to PewDiePie, winning around $8 million.
Atwood — who has more than 10 million supporters of his channel — has seen his income grow 70 percent since a year ago.

The knock comes following a bustling year, in which he visited with individual YouTuber Yousef Erakat (FouseyTUBE) and featured in the element film Natural Born Pranksters.— and has deals with  enormous brands including Scott Toilet Paper. He is taking a shot at a book called Will Work for Smiles.

Lilly Singh

Adjusting the main three is comic Lilly Singh who earned $7.5 million.
Since propelling her "Superwoman" direct in 2010, the Canadian-Indian  star has amassed almost 9 million subscribers and more than 1.3 billion views. She is known for her elevating, legitimate recordings and clever impressions of her parents.



Her YouTube Red unique narrative A Trip To Unicorn Island,produced by Astronauts Wanted, debuted at the iconic TCL Chinese Theater IMAX. She got a Streamy Award for the film in October.Her book 'How to Be a Bawse' will hit stores in March 2017. 

Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, the pair behind the prevalent SMOSH mark, took after Singh with $7 million. A year ago, the comic drama couple featured in their first film, Smosh: The Movie. Their second film Ghostmates is slated for a YouTube Red debut on Dec. 14.


 Tyler Oakley and Rosanna Pansino

Tyler Oakley and Rosanna Pansino tied for fifth, making $6 million each.

 Oakley, who this year contended on The Amazing Race, as of late marked an deal  with Ellen DeGeneres for his own Digital talk show. He has more than 8 million subscribers to this YouTube channel.

In 2015, he co-hosted  the Streamy Awards (which aired on Vh1), distributed a book of papers called Binge and discharged his documentary  Snervous.

All through his vocation, he also interviewed with First Lady Michelle Obama and kid band One Direction, gone on an overall live visit, released a chart topping podcast called Psychobabble and had been respected by LGBT media advocacy organization  GLAAD.

Pansino is best known as the host of cooking show Nerdy Nummies. Her channel has 7.3 million subscribers.

                             

Gamer Mark Fischbach (a.k.a Markiplier) and German Garmendia tied for 6th, making $5.5 million each.

Fischbach, Latin America's greatest YouTuber, is the youngest on the list at age 26.

Miranda Sings ties for seventh

Rhett and Link and Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings) came in seventh, each acquiring $5 million.

Ballinger made her Miranda persona — an quirky, tone-deaf wannabe singer — in 2008. From that point forward, Miranda has showed up as a guest on Crackle's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld and on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. Her book — Selp-Helf — turned into a New York Times hit in the wake of being discharged in July 2015. Most as of late, Ballinger brought life to Miranda's backstory with a Netflix arrangement Haters Back Off.

Rhett and Link — whose full names are Rhett James McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln "Link" Neal III — are comics, co-hosts of Good Mythical Morning and showrunners of YouTube Red scripted series Buddy System.

The Forbes list does not represent administration charges and expenses. Figures depend on Nielsen information, IMDB, interviews with operators, chiefs, attorneys, industry insiders and the stars.


Source: Mashable








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