Published: August 9, 2022
There has been a massive increase in YouTubers recently, and since the platform is also a great source of income, the more subscribers they have, the better. And reaching 10 million subscribers is a huge milestone.
Let’s find out how many they are and other interesting stats and facts about this top video-sharing platform.
How Many YouTubers Have 10 Million Subscribers?
According to the most recent statistics, over 600 million YouTubers have already reached 10 million subscribers. So, it isn’t surprising since users watch over a billion hours of videos on the platform.
More Stats and Facts About YouTube and YouTubers
YouTube and its YouTubers are such exciting topics to talk about. We’ve filtered the best information about them and have written them here.
So, keep reading to know more.
How much money do 10 million views on YouTube make?
The amount of money a YouTuber can make for the number of views depends on many factors, such as the Revenue Per Mille (RPM), watch time, traffic source, and niche. The countries with the highest traffic source include the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia.
That means you will make around $7,000 or more for 10 million views if you are from any of these countries. However, since YouTube is available in 100 countries, earnings vary depending on the abovementioned factors.
Smosh was the fastest YouTuber to hit 10 million subscribers.
It wasn’t until eight years after YouTube’s launch that a YouTuber reached 10 million subscribers when Smosh did it in 2013. He overtook Ryan Higa as the top channel back then, with only 6.8 million subscribers.
Top 9 female YouTubers with 10 million subscribers or more.
If you think only male YouTubers have hit the 10 million subscribers, think again. Here, we have nine female YouTubers who have the most subscribers:
- JennaMarbles – 18 million
- Liza Koshy – 15 million
- RCLBeauty101 – 13 million
- IISuperwomanII – 13 million
- Zoella – 12 million
- Wengie – 11 million
- Bethany Mota – 10 million
- Lindsey Stirling – 10 million
- Rosanna Pansino – 10 million
Male users dominate YouTube by 53.9%.
But yes, there are more male YouTube users than females, which is only 46% of YouTube’s global user statistics as of the first quarter of 2022.
YouTuber Jasminmakeup sold the most expensive video for $761,000.
(Source: Statista / YouTube / YouTube)
The 2007 “Charlie Bit My Finger” video was sold as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) in 2021. The next most expensive video, also sold in the same year as NFT, is “Nayan Cat” by YouTuber Nyan Cat for around $600,000.
The highest-paid YouTuber in 2021 was Mr. Beast.
This 23-year-old YouTuber earned a whopping $54 million last year, and that’s because his videos accumulated 10 billion views. Jake Paul comes next with $45 million, and Markiplier takes the third spot with $38 million earnings.
Undoubtedly, YouTube is not only a good platform for learning and entertainment. It’s also an ideal space to earn money. And with 10 million subscribers, that’s a sure win.
It’s worth trying if you have something valuable and unique to offer your audience.