Top 10 YouTube Celebrities Making $100,000+ Annually

I knew that. You also, probably know that. Having a channel on YouTube will allow you to earn extra income out of your online activities.
YouTube is not just a portal for video streaming, but also a place where you can make money online. Though, it’s not just easy as a pie – there’s a need to learn how to do it. But these ten celebrities had already started. They are called independent YouTube stars that made over $100,000 in the previous year, according to the analytics and advertising company TubeMogul. Excited to know who these celebrities are? Here we go…

1. Shane Dawson – $315,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 431,787,450
2. The Annoying Orange by Dane Boedigheimer – $288,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 349,753,047
3. Philip DeFranco – $181,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 248,735,032
4. Ryan Higa – $151,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 206,979,909
5. Fred by Lucas Cruikshank – $146,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 200,656,150
6. Shay Carl– $140,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 192,309,247
7. Mediocre Films by Greg Benson – $116,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 159,030,703
8. Smosh by Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla – $113,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 154,936,876
9. The Young Turks by Cenk Uygur– $112,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 153,807,362
10. Natalie Tran– $101,000
July 2009 – 2010 Views: 138,871,829

These people are very influential. I will doubt if you never think how you are going to make the same, too. Honestly, making money from YouTube is something I am looking into. I know how to make money online with Google Adsense, product reviews, and etc., but this thing really interest me. So, just stay tuned for more updates as I’m going to talk more about it! [via Yahoo Finance]

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