Updated: November 1, 2020
With more than 427 thousand subscribers, Daniel Marsh is a popular YouTube channel. Daniel Marsh started in 2013.
One common question we hear is: What is Daniel Marsh's net worth or how much does Daniel Marsh earn? Using the subscriber data from Daniel Marsh's channel, we can guess Daniel Marsh's net worth and earnings.
While Daniel Marsh's acutualized net worth is unverified, networthspot.com relies on online video data to make a forecast of $100 thousand.
However, some people have hypothesized that Daniel Marsh's net worth might truly be far higher than that. could be worth closer to $250 thousand.
Many fans ask how much does Daniel Marsh earn?
The YouTube channel Daniel Marsh receives more than 102.54 thousand views each month.
Monetized YouTube channels earn revenue by playing advertising for every thousand video views. On average, YouTube channels earn between $3 to $7 for every one thousand video views. If Daniel Marsh is within this range, Net Worth Spot estimates that Daniel Marsh earns $410 a month, totalling $4.92 thousand a year.
Net Worth Spot may be using under-reporting Daniel Marsh's revenue though. If Daniel Marsh makes on the top end, ad revenue could bring in more than $11.07 thousand a year.
However, it's rare for YouTube stars to rely on a single source of revenue. Additional revenue sources like sponsorships, affiliate commissions, product sales and speaking gigs may generate much more revenue than ads.
Daniel James Marsh (born 14 June 1973) is a former Australian cricketer who captained the Tasmanian Tigers. The son of former Australian keeper Rod Marsh, he was a right-handed batsman and a handy slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He played for the South Australia early on in his career and played County Cricket for Leicestershire County Cricket Club. Dan Marsh was a powerful striker of the ball and was capable of occupying the crease for long periods. He led the Tasmanians to just their second ever trophy when they won the 2004–05 ING Cup. He contributed a half century in the final. As Tasmania's stand-in captain in the absence of Australian Test cricket captain Ricky Ponting, Marsh led Tasmania to its maiden Pura Cup final win in 2006–07, and also captained the Tiger's to their third domestic one-day trophy when they won the Ford Ranger Cup in 2007–08. Whilst Ricky Ponting was officially the Tasmanian cricket captain from 2001/02 until he announced he was standing down on 21 November 2007, this was primarily a ceremonial appointment in order to have the Australian captain as Tasmanian captain as well. In effect Marsh, his Vice-Captain, performed the captaincy duties on most occasions, and was appointed outright following Ponting standing aside. He retired from First Class Cricket at the end of the 2009–10 Australian domestic season.
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