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Rate My Takeaway Net Worth

What is Rate My Takeaway's net worth?

Rate My Takeaway is a British YouTube channel with over 704.00K subscribers. It started 3 years ago and has 565 uploaded videos.

The net worth of Rate My Takeaway's channel through 13 Jun 2024

$1,018,903

Videos on the channel are categorized into Food, Lifestyle.

How much money does Rate My Takeaway make from YouTube?

Below is an estimated average earnings from advertising on the channel, depending on language, price and current audience.

Daily

$1,143

Weekly

$8,021

Monthly

$34,758

Yearly

$417,091

This income is valid for channel visits till Jun 13 and must be updated when channel data changes. The channel may have additional revenue streams, such as sponsored content and product sales, that are not reflected in these figures.

Rate My Takeaway channel's current stats and earnings

Here are the stats for the last two weeks, separated by days.

  • The lowest daily views during this period are 72.16K
  • The highest daily views are 317.83K
Compared to the previous period, we have an average growth of 2.1% per week and 8.5% per month.

Stats

12 Jun $498
11 Jun $861
10 Jun $843
9 Jun $1,148
8 Jun $289
7 Jun $459
6 Jun $648
5 Jun $863
4 Jun $2,050
3 Jun $2,009
2 Jun $644
1 Jun $944
31 May $602
30 May $465
29 May $931

Forecast of next month's revenue

Rate My Takeaway net worth for July 2024 - $37,701

Channel details

In the heart of the channel is Danny Malin, a man from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. His life took a turn in 2020 when he started Rate My Takeaway. The channel was a modest venture with around 20k subscribers in early 2021. A video of Malin reviewing "Grandma's Kitchen" in Farnworth, Bolton, Greater Manchester, where a woman sells food from her own home, went viral. This was the spark that ignited the channel's growth.

Danny Malin's journey is not just about food. It's about the people he meets, the places he visits, and the stories he uncovers. He has ventured beyond Northern England, reaching out to London, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and various cities in Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. His reviews are often interrupted by fans seeking a chat or a selfie, a testament to his growing popularity.

A folding table and a folding chair are his constant companions. The chair, a simple camping chair, became a symbol of the show. It broke during an episode aired on 10 January 2022. The broken chair was auctioned for charity, with the highest bid exceeding £50,000. The fate of the chair remains a mystery.

In August 2022, Rate My Takeaway embarked on a tour of the United States. Destinations for reviews included New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. As part of the tour, Malin met up with long-time fan of the show Josh Weinstein, who was a writer of The Simpsons. They had a chat over a burger and fries at Marina Del Rey.

Danny Malin's personal life has also seen changes. He married Sophie Mei Lan in 2023. He launched a charity single called Santa's Takeaway in December 2021. The proceeds went to Trussell Trust and MIND.

Rate My Takeaway is more than a YouTube channel. It's a journey, a community, and a testament to the power of authenticity. It's a story that continues to unfold, one takeaway at a time.

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Methodology and Sources:

Net worth is calculated based on the publicly available CPM (cost per thousand views) paid by advertisers. A channel's CPM varies depending on the location and demographics of its audience, the number of subscribers a channel has, how frequently it posts videos, and the total watch time of its content. We update this indicator regularly with the latest trends and verified revenue data.

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