College YouTube influencer monthly earnings: 30,000 subscribers – Business Insider

  • Amanda Ramirez, a college senior, runs the YouTube channel Amanda Monroe, which has 32,000 subscribers. 
  • She is part of a trend of YouTubers becoming famous for sharing their college experiences — especially their move-in videos, which can rack up millions of views.
  • Ramirez told Business Insider that her most popular YouTube video is a college move-in vlog in which she toured the sorority house she was moving into at the University of Arizona. It has 828,000 views. 
  • The video has earned her $4,800 in revenue from Google-placed ads, according to a screenshot viewed by Business Insider.
  • Ramirez said she earns money from her YouTube business through the ads that play in her videos, sponsorships, and affiliate links.
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This is the latest installment of Business Insider’s YouTube money logs, where creators break down how much they earn.

When she’s not in class, college senior Amanda Ramirez is filming videos for her YouTube channel Amanda Monroe, which has 32,000 subscribers. 

Ramirez is part of a trend of YouTubers becoming famous for sharing their college experiences — especially their move-in videos, which can rack up millions of views.

Margot Lee, a Syracuse student with 438,000 YouTube subscribers, even taught an informal pop-up class on becoming a professional influencer to her classmates (and shared her slides with Business Insider).

Ramirez started her YouTube channel in 2016 and now posts videos about her college experience, fashion, and beauty. She treats her YouTube channel
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