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What Would You Do? Net Worth

What is What Would You Do?'s net worth?

What Would You Do? is YouTube channel with over 5.70M subscribers. It started 7 years ago and has 339 uploaded videos.

The net worth of What Would You Do?'s channel through 27 May 2022

$3,932,815

Videos on the channel are posted in the categories Television program, Entertainment.

How much money does What Would You Do? make from YouTube?

Below is an estimate of the average revenue from advertising on the channel, depending on the language, price and current audience.

Daily

$978

Weekly

$6,843

Monthly

$25,136

Yearly

$660,968

This income is valid for channel visits till May 27 and must be updated when channel data changes. The channel may have additional revenue sources e.g. sponsored content and product sales, which are not reflected in these numbers.

What Would You Do? 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 196.17K
  • The highest daily views are 447.96K
Compared to the previous period, we have an average growth of 1.3% per week and 5.3% per month.

Stats

26 May $900
25 May $422
24 May $678
23 May $807
22 May $826
21 May $840
20 May $963
19 May $780
18 May $849
17 May $867
16 May $846
15 May $857
14 May $943
13 May $906
12 May $858

Forecast of next month's revenue

What Would You Do? net worth for June 2022 - $26,458

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Methodology and sources

The net worth is calculated based on the publicly available CPM (cost per thousand views) paid by advertisers. The CPM of a channel varies depending on the location and structure of its target audience, the number of subscribers it has, how often it posts videos and how many hours the videos are viewed. We aim to constantly update this indicator based on current trends and confirmed revenues.

If you have information about What Would You Do?'s exact income and audience by country, please send us the necessary corrections.