In the YouTube video’s below, Patrick Bet-David, entrepreneur and creator of the Valuetainment YouTube channel, urges us to create content to build our personal brand.
Here are some of the bold claims and predictions of Patrick Bet-David made while mentioning some of the world’s most successful personal brands/content creators.
Take a look at his not-so-crazy predictions…
- 215M subscribers across his 18 YouTube channels.
- 30 billions views.
Totally agree. I’ve already covered this subject in a previous article.
Ryan’s World – BILLION$ Conglomerate
- 32.8M subscribers on YouTube since March 2015
- 51.6 billion views.
- Over 5,000 different Ryan’s World branded merchandise pieces (including bedroom decor, action figures, and even face masks)
Patrick Bet-David predicted that Ryan Kaji will become Billionaire by bunch of different ways. This also make sense too.
Logan Paul – President
- 33.6M subscribers on YouTube (combined across all his channels))
- 7.45 billion views (combined)
Laugh all you want but it may happens! Remember Trump…
Nonetheless, 2052 would be more realistic.
Jake Paul – Next Don King
- FYI: Woodley was since terminated twice by Jake Paul.
- 20.4M subcribers on YouTube
- 7.16 billion views
- 20.5M followers on Instagram
YouTuber content creator, failed financial guru (twice), rapper, boxer prizefighter, the next Don King and founder of the next ESPN.
Joe Rogan – Media Disruptor
His podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, has:
- 11 million listeners per episode
- 1,871 podcasts episodes
- Releases 3 to 4 podcasts a week. An average length of 2 hours 35 minutes per episode
- The Joe Rogan Experience was launched on December 24, 2009, on YouTube.
- By 2015, it was one of the world’s most popular podcasts, receiving millions of views per episode.
- 12.9M subscribers on YouTube
- 2.2 billion views.
- 15.5M followers on Instagram
Elon Musk – Power Disruptor
Richest Man Of The Planet (Vladimir Putin not included)
- 104.3M followers on Twitter The 5th account with the most followers.
- Richest and Biggest Twitter troll ever. As the true expert-generalist/modern polymath that he is, he turned his recreational activity into becoming a major social media influencer. Thanks to his Twitter activities, Tesla doesn’t need to spend any money on advertising. An unseen feat for a multi-billion dollar company.
- He also uses the platform to promote shitcoins and manipulate the stock price of Tesla (TSLA). That’s what we call combining business with pleasure!
The cool Tech Billionaire who smoked weed on The Joe Rogan Experience.
Furthermore, this Tweet reinforces the need to create content and a personal brand. Mentioning two huge personal brands that Mr. Bet-David forgot.
- 111M subscribers on YouTube
- 28.5 billion views
- Started his PewDiePie channel in 2010
- Uploaded 4,458 videos on YouTube
- Make one video every day
Kylie Jenner leveraged her massive social media following to build a $900M cosmetics fortune. (Forbes, 2018)
Kylie Jenner makes $1 Million per paid Instagram post.
Beauty company Coty bought a 51% stake in Kylie Cosmetics for $600 Million.
More about her astonishing social media stats and her Kylie Cosmetics LLC here.
But $900 Million wasn’t enough. A GoFundMe was started to help her become the world’s youngest female billionaire. True!
Nothing wrong with helping our homie girl, right? Unfortunately the campaign only amassed $451. 😥
Practice what you preach?
Mr. Bet-David contradicted himself when he stated that everyone should develop a personal brand and a business brand, both separated from one another. Since he previously said that, just like Andrew Carnegie – the richest man who ever lived not the jerk-off Dale Carnagey who wrote a book about making friends – you should put all your eggs in one basket. ONE business. Period.
Mr. Bet-David has diversified his FOCUS into at least 3 segments. His MLM insurance company, his personal brand Valuetainment, and his portfolio of investment. Even for me, writing this blog post right now, is a divertion from my main focus PYGear.com. And my portfolio, PYGOD Bank, is always on my mind despite the fact that it’s completely hands off.
The problem is that diverted focus may led to diverted (half-ass) results.
- Jeff Bezos was 100% focused on Amazon.com.
- MrBeast was and still is 100% focused on being the greatest YouTuber of All Time.
- Most of the Forbes 400 Richest People made their fortune with ONE business.
Anyway, Mr. Bet-David’s advice about building a personal brand AND a business brand is the one that I was enlightened to follow. Patrick Bet-David inspired me to repurpose PYGOD.COM into my personal blog/brand. BUT, my main focus is PYGear.com.
- Developing a personal brand is a fun “hobby” that can turn into a lucrative career e.g. Martha Stewart, Oprah, Tony Robbins, Grant Cardone, Dave Ramsey, Gary Vee and all the people named above. Minus Elon Musk who built his massive wealth as Founder/CEO of extremely successful tech startups.
- As seen with the eight personal brand extraordinaires in this article. You don’t need to sell an online course and be a financial guru to be a personal brand. The only one who tried, and failed twice, to be a financial guru was Jake Paul. Now the Paul Bros prefer to use their celebrity-status to promote pump-and-dump crypto scams to their fanbase.
- Maybe I should start trolling wannabe gurus and snake oil salesmen on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc to get more eyeballs on PYGOD.COM? If it’s good for Elon, it must be good for me! By the way, Jake Paul based his boxing career on being a troll! If you can’t promote yourself, who will? 45th POTUS Trump was a world champion troll in his own right!
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Why the MOST HATED Influencers Make Millions