On Youtube, where new content creators are coming left, right and center, it is challenging to be a breakout star. Nonetheless, Brazilian-Canadian YouTuber Joana Ceddia did it. Only after a year of joining YouTube, she gained over three million subscribers and two hundred million views.
Is the Eighteen Year Old YouTuber Joana Ceddia Dating?
It is usual for teenagers to be in a relationship, be it any ordinary teen or a celebrity. So, is the teenage Youtube star Joana Ceddia dating?
The Canada based Youtuber is single as of 2019. In an interview with The Washington Post on July 2019, she hinted she is not seeing anyone at the moment.
Also, in the same interview, Ceddia made clear that whenever she gets into a relatioship, she is not going to make it public. She further added that she has seen what YouTubers went through when they put their relationship online. Every aspect of their life is dissected, criticized, and debated, which can be very detrimental.
Well, it is terrible news for every Ceddia fans who are eagerly waiting to see the lucky one that will steal the heart of this awkward teenager. Nonetheless, hoping that her decision turns out to be correct and she got to enjoy a healthy romantic life.
Joana Ceddia's Incredible Internet Sucess and Earning
One and half a year ago, Joana never imagined being a YouTube star, going to Vidcon, and being nominated for Streamy awards. So, how did all this happen? Well, it started with her desire of maximizing her free time.
On July 2018, the high school competitive runner and swimmer needed to rest because of the injury. She was getting bored because of the halting of all of her physical activities.
In that moment of pure boredom, Joana decided to have fun by making videos. She started filming while painting and later uploaded on Youtube with the title "Me getting frustrated with paint: MY FIRST YOUTUBE VIDEO!"
The debutant was no famous personality before YouTube, so she did not get many views on her first video. Nonetheless, she continued, and her luck changed on the debut month only.
On July 21, 2018, Ceddia uploaded a video called "I cut my hair with craft scissors." In this video, she cut her hair in her parents' bathroom using craft scissors.
Check out Joana's mega sucessful video, "I Cut my hair with craft scissors."
The video became a success and garnered millions of views. She continued making relatable content ad slowly, and steadily, her subscribers count began to increase. In August 2018, she had 100 subscribers, and by October, she had 1 million subscribers. Her growth was impressive.
The high schooler did not let her newfound fame affect her style. She continued to be relatable, trendy, fresh, and cool. Because of her dry humor and all-around can't do attitude, Joana continued to gain millions of subscribers and views on her channel.
Did Joana Ceddia Bought Subscribers?
Joana's growth in Youtube was exceptional, so many people became skeptical of her sucess. People on Twitter and Reddit began wondering if she was buying subscribers and views.
The Youtuber was also aware of all these fan theories and addressed them in one of her vlogs. She stated:
"I just wanted to say thank you guys so much for the support. The rate at which my channel has been growing is ridiculous — I might be buying subs, I might not, you'll never know. So keep going with the conspiracy theories. There is no limit to how many subs I can buy. For all you can know, you might just be the one subscriber that's actually real, and everything else is fake. What is life anymore and how did we get here. Illuminati confirmed."
From the above statement, it is clear Ceddia has not taken all the accusations seriously and answered very sarcastically. Many analysts believe Joana's response was perfect because all these accusations are somewhat absurd.
Buying subscribers and views are expensive. Around $550 costs for 10,000 subscribers and $800 for every 250,000 views. Given Ceddia is just a teenager growing up in a middle-class family it is very unlikely she will invest thousands in a YouTube channel, which she generally considers her hobby.
Joana's Earning From YouTube
Ceddia is only one and a half years old on YouTube, but she already has 3.09 million subscribers and 210 million views. These are very impressive stats, so how much is she earning from all these milestones?
According to the Social blade, her monthly earning is $1500-$24000, and her yearly earning falls in the range of $18,000-$293,000.
Other Sources of Income
Joanna also earns quite a reasonable sum from her merchandise line. She usually sells clothes ad other accessories. At present, her path has launched sweaters, which, on average, costs $27.99.
The internet personality has also launched The Joana Trinket Box, which costs $24.99. However, all of the earnings from this product are donated to charity Pathways to education that is based in Toronto.
From all of her income, Joana's total networth is around $400,000.Yeah, the amount might look small in comparison to other YouTubers such as Pewdiepie, whose total net worth is estimated to be approximately $30 -$50 million.
But people need to keep in mind that Joana is just a newbie on YouTube, and the fortune is excellent in comparison to the time she has been on YouTube. There is no doubt she will going to earn even more in the future if her popularity increases at the same rate that is going right now.
Quick Facts: Joana Ceddia
- Joana was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- She currently resides in Toronto, Canada, with her parents.
- She graduated high school in June 2019
- Her mother's name is Denilce Campos. Her fans lovingly call her Mother Goose.
- Joana's father is Rolando Ceddia. He works as a health professor at a Canadian university.
- She was a competitive swimmer in high school. She has even won gold medals.
- She was nominated in the Breakout Creator category at the 2019 Streamy Awards.
- Joana is currently studying physics and astronomy in college. She did not reveal the name of her university because of privacy reasons. However, her eagle-eyed fans have guessed that she is currently studying at the University of Toronto.