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Top 6 Most Subscribed YouTube Channels

YouTube has been providing us with great content over the years, whether it is a recipe from our favorite chef or our favorite vine series, YouTube has it all. Sometimes taking a break from work to watch, YouTube videos is the best way to survive the hectic schedule of work.

People who create videos and upload them on YouTube have become major influencers over the internet. There is a wide variety of YouTube channels that upload videos on a daily basis, including the videos created by top YouTubers. With over 400 hours of video uploaded every minute on YouTube, it is the most searched and used platform for entertainment, however, most of them have taken down as they violate certain YouTube policies. We all have our favorite YouTubers basically divided into every category be it gaming, comedy, technology, cooking, music and many others.

YouTube is the most used segment for entertainment purposes, however, YouTube offers only video options to play, YouTube cannot be played in the background while using other applications but people love YouTube.  YouTube has been a platform for every ordinary person youngsters, old people, business owners, creators, etc.

YouTube has over 90% Americans aged from 18-44 watch videos on the channel and 59% of Generation Z (16-24) has increased the usage of YouTube over last year.

While viewing YouTube,  numbers are an important factor, many YouTubers encourage their fan base to subscribe to their channels hoping that it will keep the audience stay to watch new content created on the channels. As YouTube has continued to grow, so the fan base of the channels has grown over the years.

So, here you might be wondering which channels are the most subscribed on the platform and which type of content those channels are providing to the audience.

YouTube is a platform where everyone can showcase his talent; the most subscribed people on YouTube are just ordinary human beings who have creativity and courage to present their work over a social platform which has almost 30 million visitors per day and almost 5 billion videos are watched in a single day on YouTube.

So, what makes our favorite YouTubers get the desired amount of views or likes on their videos?

YouTube requires basic tactics to boost the reach like- Engaging Keywords, Providing Transcripts to Videos, Providing Content which Educates as well as Entertain, Optimizing some good Thumbnail Images and so on. There are numerous ways to increase the reach on YouTube and we all love to watch familiar introductions of videos and love to relate ourselves to them isn’t it?

With over 1.9 billion active logged-in users monthly and the most used and downloaded application on iOS in 2018, content creators on YouTube have managed to stay in the topmost subscribed channels race with millions of subscribers and views on their list channels making them great influencers over the internet.

Here Are The 7 Most Subscribed Channels On YouTube

1. Pew Die Pie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg)

Pew Die Pie

Pew Die Pie a Swedish YouTuber, comedian, gamer-commentator was born on 24th October 1989. He is basically famous for his Let’s Play videos and comedy formatted shows.

Pew Die Pie was a student of the Chalmers University of Technology, he pursued a degree in Industrial Economics and started his YouTube Channel. In 2010, he lost interest in his degree and dropped out of college. Later, he focused on creating content for his YouTube channel and to fund it, he used to sell his prints of Photoshop art and worked on hot dog stand.

He rapidly gained fame over the years and in July 2012 he hit a mark of 1 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. By 2013 Pew Die Pie became the most subscribed YouTube channel and it was surpassed by YouTube the following year itself.

His Primary Language is English and the Channel Category is Comedy. His net worth according to surveys is 30 million dollars. He even receives money for sponsorships, and no wonder YouTube can bring in a hefty amount of money.

Being a Swedish YouTuber and having a great different accent makes him famous, his web personality is very human; he laughs, cracks jokes and it makes him more and more relatable to its audience, he doesn’t hide his emotions while playing the games so viewers get to see his real emotions.

Gaming is the second most viewed topic after music, Pew Die Pie was dropped out because he spent more and more time playing video games. He continuously addresses the viewers as his friends and often shares his personal life in the videos. In his video content,  he criticized everything from plot to graphics but in a very funny manner. This makes him famous as people can relate to his content and find it relatable to their lives not only this, he plays horror games in a funny way which attract viewers to his content and nudge them to give him more exposure and billions of views.

“His YouTube Channel has 101 million subscribers and his videos receive more than 4 million views in less than 12 hours.”

His video in 2018 gained more than 215 million views in a very short period of time. His comedy sold his content, he does not only make gaming videos but other content as well.

He makes videos on playing fan-made games, playing indie – games, podcasts, vlogs, reading viewers’ comments, filming collaboration with other YouTubers and so on, his content is always fresh and short and new which viewers love to enjoy.

2. 5 – Minute Crafts:

5 – Minute Crafts

5 – Minute Crafts is a DIY (Do It Yourself) YouTube Channel owned by The Soul Publishing, a company based in Limassol Cyprus. The Soul Publishing was founded Pavel Radaev and Marat Mukhametov, a Russian based team basically noted for their background themes on social media platforms, this channel was created on November 2016 and in 2017, the channel’s subscribers continued to increase rapidly and in June 2017 it gained over 4 million of subscribers and certain sub-channels were also created to provide particular types of contents, it cited over 10 billion views in 2018. And in 2019,  it is marked as the top second YouTube channel with more than 70 million subscribers.

The videos are inspired by popularized Buzz Feed’s- Tasty web series where the camera is only focused on the items kept on a table and the hands are in the frame after completing the demonstration, the full body of an individual is displayed as he/she demonstrates and showcases the finished products.

The Tubefilter has described the channel as a kid-friendly and useful DIY site.

The logo of the channel is a yellow light bulb on a blue background. The company employs 550 people who work on various platforms like Instagram pages and, Facebook pages.

The channel basically posts a compilation of Facebook and Instagram videos posted earlier on their respective pages. They basically post content related to crafts and life hacks and occasionally science experiments and became wildly popular in 2018 among youngsters and parents too.

It’s useful DIY’s helped the page to grow super fast although the channel videos are mostly 10 minutes long the channel is named as 5 – Minute Crafts. Its net worth is 38 million dollars.

3. Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes

Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes

Cocomelon or formerly known as ABCkidTV is a YouTube channel that is maintained by American Company Treasure Studio Incorporation which is based in Irvine California and was founded in September 2005.

It is the most subscribed channel in the United States with 61 million subscribers and the most subscribed nursery rhymes channel.

It basically consists of nursery rhymes and kids songs played over with 3D animations.

The channel first began as ThatsMeOnTV in September 2006. The channel uploaded their first two videos and 10 months later they uploaded a video of learning the alphabets. The first re changing from ThatsMeOnTV to ABCkidTV occurred in the same year. They firstly started with 2D animations and then in 2016, they shifted to 3D animations and finally in October 2018, they rebranded for the last time to Cocomelon. By 2019 it has become the fastest-growing YouTube channel and falls 3rd in the list of most subscribed channels on YouTube.

4. Canal Kondzilla

Canal Kondzilla

Konrad Dantas was born on 13th September 1988. He is basically known as Kondzilla which is his stage name, he is the founder of Kondzilla that is a music video production company and is also the creator and director of the Netflix drama called Sintonia. He was born in Guaruja Sao Paulo and started working at the age of 18 as a web designer at the University of Santos Sao Paulo. His mother died when he was 18, leaving him behind a small amount of life insurance.

He used some of the money to buy a camera and pursue his career in the videography field. Later he moved to Sao Paulo to pursue cinematography, post-production, and photography.

His YouTube channel was started in 2011. He currently owns the largest YouTube channel in Brazil and Latin America with more than 50 million subscribers and 25 billion views.

His YouTube channel has produced more than 1000 videos and with the subscribers count he is ranked as the fourth most subscribed channel on YouTube and even surpassed Whindersson Nunes in 2018 making the largest subscribed Brazillian YouTube channel. His net worth is around 3 million dollars.

5. Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber

Justin Drew Bieber was born on March 1, 1994, he is basically a singer, songwriter and he was signed into RBMG records in 2008

He released his debut EP My World in late 2009 and gained a lot of fame. He became the first artist to have his seven songs from a debut record chart on The US Billboard Hot 100. His YouTube primary language is English and the content category is Entertainment.

Justin’s early fanbase developed over YouTube itself and predated the release date of his debut album My World. The sources claim that Justin’s fanbase stems from YouTube itself and his Beiber’s fanbase “Beliebers” was recorded as the most famous among youngsters in 2010.

In 2017, his VEVO channel made him the third most subscribed channel on YouTube and by 2018 his video of the song “Baby’ was the second most disliked video on YouTube with 9.93 million dislikes. His 6 videos were listed in the topmost disliked videos on YouTube.

Although being liked and disliked by many, his current worth is 265 million dollars and his subscriber count on YouTube is 46.7 million with 18 billion views.

6. WWE


World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is an American integrated media and entertainment company. It is basically known for its professional wrestling and has branched out in other fields like football, movies, and various other business ventures.

It was founded by Mc Mahon and Toots Mondt in 1952 as Capitol Wrestling Corporation. As of 2019, it is one of the largest wrestling promoters in the world with organizing over 500 events in a year with viewing availability to 36 million viewers in more than 150 countries.

The global headquarters is in Stanford, Connecticut with other offices all across the world. In November 2014 they launched a 24/7 entertainment channel which includes the past and present episodes of the wrestlings. However, its YouTube is one spot for every WWE original content, their primary language is English and the content category is sports.

Their YouTube channel was established in 2007 and it basically features all the content from the special events of WWE. Their subscribers reach over 40 million with views of 30.7 billion viewers.

These top 6 most subscribed YouTube accounts have a different influence over the viewers.  Be it Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat, YouTube plays an important role among the creators and is the biggest social media platform.

Despite their subscribers, their content has made a great impact on getting fame and put in lots of effort in making their content worth. However, many of the channels do not rest even after so much fame, they keep on creating new content and getting more and more subscribers day by day. Moreover, the hard work is paid off by the subscriber count on their YouTube accounts.

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