What is Gibi's net worth? Gibi has never disclosed how much she makes from her YouTube videos, but it is estimated that the brunette beauty is worth an estimated $1.5 million. According to NailBuzz, Gibi's channel with 2 million subscribers and an average of 850,000 views a day makes about $3,400 per day from ads.
The highest-earning ASMRtist is Jane ASMR, from South Korea, who boasts nearly 9 million followers and banks more than $500,000 per month. Other top earners in this — ahem, career — average about $6 million a year (via Dextero).
Hongyu ASMR (4.57 million subscribers) from South Korea makes $3.6 million a year, and Zach Choi (9.21 million subscribers) from the US makes $3.5 million a year. Of the top 25 ASMRtists ranked by earning, the average salary is $1.2 million per year.
Maria Viktorovna, otherwise known as Gentle Whispering ASMR, is one of the most prominent ASMRtists on YouTube, with almost two million subscribers to her channel. For those who find they prefer soft-spoken dialogue over airy whispers, Maria is your gal (although she does do whisper triggers as well).
Gibi ASMR, who is now one of the top 5 most popular ASMR creators with more than 2.3 million subscribers, started her channel in June 2016. As a fan of ASMR for almost a decade, Gibi (who doesn't disclose her real name for privacy concerns) knew that she wanted to make a career out of her ASMR YouTube channel.
Interest in ASMR has exploded over the past ten years since the term was coined. What started as a short whispering video on YouTube in 2009 has since gone viral. So-called “ASMRtists” gather millions of views on their videos which can elicit this trance-like state of euphoric relaxation.
Gibi lets her real name slip in the "Gibi ASMR DNA Test" video. While sharing her results — she's 37 percent Italian and 21 percent French and German — subscribers noticed that her real name Gibi Klein was listed on the 23andMe paperwork.
ASMR artists are able to make a profit from YouTube partnership, in which the site shares ad revenue with video makers, to the tune of $7 CPM, or payment per thousand clicks, as a low-end estimate. But the greater the total views a partner channel has, the better its pay rate tends to be.
One of the most popular ASMR videos of all time comes to us from Russia's Maria Viktorovna, better known as GentleWhispering. With 21.9 million views and counting, “Oh such a good 3D-sound ASMR video” continues to turn curious browsers into hardcore enthusiasts.
The Creator Fund isn't the only in-app monetization tool for TikTok creators. Some TikTokers also make money by receiving virtual "gifts" during livestreams, which can be converted into cash. ASMR content creator Lucy Davis told Insider she earns between $20 and $300 each time she goes live, for example.
ASMR is a great place to work at. Exciting projects, clear requirements and good feedback. Management also treats you well and the compensation is very fair. The company provides good benefits as well as paying good.
Coined in 2010, ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) is a relaxing, often sedative sensation that begins on the scalp and moves down the body. Also known as "brain massage," it's triggered by placid sights and sounds such as whispers, accents, and crackles.
The first intentional ASMR video was uploaded to YouTube by WhisperingLife ASMR in 2009 (Garro, 2017). Titled “Whisper 1 — hello,” the video consists of a black screen and a whispered, lo-fi sound recording of the ASMRtist talking about making a YouTube channel dedicated to whispering (WhisperingLife ASMR, 2009).
It's garnered nearly 6 million views. So, what's the allure? Viewers aren't tuning into these videos for their visual content. Rather, the millions of hits are attributed to the videos' ability to stimulate something called autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR.
First on the list is Felix Kjellberg who has most subscribers on YouTube. You might know his channel with the name of PewDiePie. He started with YouTube in 2010, and it took him three years to get the most number of subscribers on YouTube.