What is Blippi’s net worth? Blippi is an American children’s entertainer and educator on YouTube and Amazon Video worth $40 million.
Who is Blippi?
Stevin John popularly known as Blippi was born on the 27th of May, 1988, in Las Vegas but grew up in Ellensburg, Washington. Growing up he always wished to be a limousine driver and a fighter pilot.
Blippi’s career began when he served active duty in the United States Air Force as a C-17 loadmaster at the 4th Nuclear Airlift Squadron and is a military veteran.
Some people may not know this, but Blippi is more than just a guy who makes educational kids’ videos on YouTube. He also has a very successful career as an entertainer and actor.
Blippi Toys, his second channel, has over 3 million subscribers and has received over 3.2 billion views to date. It can get an average of 4.7 million views per day, which should produce roughly $18,800 per day ($7 million per year) in revenue.
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Moonbug Entertainment purchased Blippi along with other children’s programming in 2020.
The Blippi character that John portrays has a childlike, energetic and curious persona and is always dressed in a blue and orange beanie cap, blue shirt, orange suspenders, and a bow tie.
It is estimated that the ads that appear on the videos will generate around $22,400 ($8.2 million a year) in revenue. He has over 3 million subscribers and almost 3.2 billion views in his second channel, Blippi Toys. This should result in daily revenue of around $18,800 per day ($7 million per year).
He explains it the “kid way” If you’ve seen many of the videos, Blippi tours around museums, playgrounds, and even farmhouses. Blippi tries to explain everything he sees to kids the way they understand it by describing the object and its purpose.
According to the Blippi website: “Stevin grew up in a small town where he was surrounded by tractors, cows, and horses!” If you’ve ever seen his videos, you know that much of his content revolves around construction equipment and other outdoor activities like visiting parks and farms.
The songs are written by Kyle Bain, who went by the name Nikki Notes during his time working on the Blippi videos. You have to do some Googling to find out who Bain, who no longer works with Stevin John, even is.