Friday, September 24, 2021

YouTuber Tier List (The Ultimate Guide to YouTube Success)

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If you have been on YouTube for more than 10 minutes, it’s likely that you’ve seen a video about the “top youtubers” or “best channels.” These lists are typically based on views and subscriber numbers. But how do we know which YouTubers are successful? Well, there is actually a tier list of YouTubers to help us out! In this blog post we will go through the tiers from worst to best, discussing what makes them different and why they’re ranked as such.

Tier 0: The “Worst” YouTubers

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These are the people who have at least one million subscribers. They may not be successful in YouTube, but they’ve got a social media presence to show for it! These channels can still offer great entertainment and content that you might like if you’re looking for something new.

Tier I: “Worthy” YouTubers

This is the basic starting tier. These youtubers have at least 100,000 subscribers and are not top earners for YouTube. They may also be famous in other media such as TV shows or movies from before they became a YouTuber. This category can offer some great original content as well.

Tier II: “Average” YouTubers

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This category has youtubers who have at least 50,000 subscribers and are not top earners for YouTube. These channels can also offer a great variety of content that you might like if you’re tired of the same old thing on your current channel or you’re new to a channel and want something different.

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Tier III: “Payday” YouTubers

This category has youtubers who have at least 20,000 subscribers but are not top earners for YouTube. Payday youtubers can offer some great content every once in awhile that might be what you’ve been looking for if you’re tired of the same old thing on your current channel.

Tier IV: “Hobbyist” YouTubers

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This category has youtubers who have at least less than 20,000 subscribers but are not top earners for YouTube. Hobbyists can offer some really cool content that might be something new to try out if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier V: “Emerging” YouTubers

This category has youtubers who have less than 5000 subscribers but are not top earners for YouTube. Emerging youtubers offer some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier VI: “Earning” YouTubers

This category has YouTubers who have at least less than 500 subscribers but are not top earners for YouTube. Earning YouTubers offer some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier VII: “Superstar” YouTubers

This category has youtubers who have less than 5000 subscribers but are top earners for YouTube. Superstar youtubers offer some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier VIII: “Famous” YouTubers

This category has YouTubers who have at least 5000 subscribers but are not top earners for YouTube. Famous YouTubers offer some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier IX: “YouTube Royalty” YouTubers

This category is reserved for youtubers who have at least 200,000 subscribers. YouTube Royalty are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier X: “YouTube All-Stars”

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This category is reserved for youtubers with over 500,000 subscribers. YouTube All Stars have some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XI: Top Earners

This category is reserved for YouTubers who rank in the top 50 earners on YouTube with at least 300,000 subscribers. This tier has some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XII: “YouTube Icon” YouTubers

This category is reserved for YouTubers who have at least 100,000 subscribers. YouTube Icons are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XIII: Established YouTubers

This category is reserved for youtubers who have at least 50,000 subscribers. YouTube Established are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XIV: Rising YouTubers

This category is reserved for youtubers who have at least 20,000 subscribers. YouTube Rising are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XV: Emerging YouTubers

This category is reserved for youtubers who have at least 12,000 subscribers. YouTube Emerging are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

Tier XVI: Active YouTubers

This category is reserved for youtubers who have at least 25,000 subscribers. YouTube Active are some really cool content that might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re new to a channel and want something different.

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