DemolitionRanch is a popular YouTuber who shoots guns at his ranch for enjoyment for his YouTube content. Many viewers find his channel interesting. His content is definitely very interesting and different from the average YouTube video.
Who is DemolitionRanch and what is he known for?
DemolitionRanch, also known as, Dr. Matt Carriker, is widely known for his YouTube channel and many other business ventures. Matt graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and is a veterinarian professionally. On his free time to make extra money, he likes to create new YouTube content on various new channels to diversify his income stream.
How DemolitionRanch makes money
DemolitionRanch has over 8.5 million YouTube subscribers as of 6/12/2020. His channel gets about 3,000 new subscribers per day. On average, his videos receive about 1 million views.
Due to the excessive nature of dealing with weapons and bullets, YouTube has actually not allowed him to monetize his YouTube videos directly with video display ads that appear while watching videos. This has caused DemolitionRanch to explore other avenues for income, such as, direct sponsors and creating his own merchandise to sell.
Matt Carriker makes extra income through creating new YouTube channels and supplementing his income with money he received from being a professional vet.
How DemolitionRanch got popular?
DemolitionRanch began his YouTube journey in 2011. He loved guns and showing the variety of bullets he is able to carry to review to show to his YouTube audience. His channel has then exploded from 3.5 million subscribers in 2017 to 8.5 million in 2020. Since then, Matt has even created a new YouTube channel called Vet Ranch to document and share his everyday life and enjoyment of being a vet.
Approximate net worth and annual pay of DemolitionRanch
DemolitionRanch’s approximate net worth is about $6 million. Although his revenue streams are limited from Google’s Adsense program itself, both his channels have a combined following of 10 million subscribers. He has been smart to diversify his income streams and looking into merchandise and direct sponsors for higher compensation.
The YouTube channel first got started when he was in university with his buddies. Eventually, him and his companions used the GoPro to record themselves exploring weapons because it was that interesting to them.
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