How Are Teens Becoming Millionaires Using Social Media?

Stephen Turner
3 min readJan 7, 2021
How Are Teens Becoming Millionaires Using Social Media?

It’s fascinating to imagine how early many of the world’s various famous entrepreneurs got their start. Many real-life teens have capitalized on their creativity and talent to make a fortune. Most of them had a great idea and then worked hard to make it a reality. We bring to you a couple of them.

Cory Nieves:

Cory Nieves was six years old who had a simple goal to sell coffee and cookies to buy a car for his mother. He was sick of taking the bus to go to school. The biscuits were a tremendous hit, and he got his recipe to perfection. The mother and son duo acquired a commercial kitchen, and the brand Mr. Cory’s Cookies was officially born. Cory’s all-natural sweet treat has become a nation-wide success from a local favorite. They deliver the freshly baked cookies at your doorstep through a cookie delivery service. They also got a $100,000 investment as part of the entrepreneur pitching shows The Profit. At the age of 15, his net worth is $1million.

Moziah “Mo” Bridges:

Moziah started Mo’s Bows at nine when he couldn’t find the bow ties according to his liking in the stores. Mo began selling the bowties on Etsy, which his grandma taught him to make. The teenager makes pocket squares and also does all his designs. After Mo’s Bows took off, he approached the reality TV show Shark Tank looking for an investment. Shark Daymond became Mo’s mentor, and the business has gone from strength to strength. At 16, he made a profit of $600,000 from Mo’s Bows. He also signed a deal with the NBA and got the rights to use their logo on his products. At the age of 18, he is still the CEO of Mo’s Bows, and his net worth is $1million.

Evan:

Evan was five years old when he started his YouTube channel, EvanTubeHD, with Jared’s help, his dad. The young YouTube star evaluates toys and posts videos of his gaming over three channels. Evan’s channels make an estimated $1.4 million in ad revenue and have around six and a half million subscribers`. The teen still posts videos every week and is slightly shifting his content. One of Evan’s first gym videos helps beginners with tips looking to get fit, and he also posts videos on gaming. His net worth is $1.4 million.

Isabella Barrett:

Isabella Barrett could make her first million at the age of six. She is also known as the star of Toddlers & Tiaras. Barrett launched Glitzy Girl, her jewelry line. She also owns an adult and child couture clothing company, Bound by the Crown Couture. Isabella continues to model and helps with designs for her fashion line and also attends school. She also has a YouTube channel with 20,000 subscribers and videos ranging from toothbrush reviews to make-up tutorials. At the age of 13, she is a multimillionaire. Her net worth is $1.9million.

MattyB:

Matthew David Morris is popularly known as MattyB or MattyBRaps, became famous while posting remix videos on YouTube. Justin Bieber’s album Eenie Meenie was his first cover at the age of seven in 2010, and by 2014 his YouTube channel has got more than a billion views. At the age of 17, he still records song covers and original music and now has 13 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. His net worth is $3million.

Conclusion:

Teens are becoming millionaires because of their original ideas, creativity, and passion for doing things differently. Social media platforms helped them achieve their goals. Check out yourself if you have any brilliant idea about something — cookies to Bow ties to music.

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Stephen Turner

SEO Expert. SERP Expert. Social Media Strategist. Love Reading books, listening music. Wine Lover.