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08 January 2020

Jio VoWifi - how to setup on your oneplus devices full guide is here

Jio enabled VoWifi all over India (working on all wifi networks) working flawlessly.The latest move will help Jio improve indoor voice calling experience for its users. VoWiFi addresses problems of insufficient coverage, especially indoors where even with the VoLTE. Analysts are of the view that telcos can attract more subscribers using VoWiFi or retain subscribers by offering better indoor calling experience. In addition, they might come up with competitive packages to extend revenue and competitiveness.


Jio's service is out there on Samsung and Apple smartphones, and can soon be available on smartphones from other brands like Xiaomi and OnePlus.

VoWiFi technology enables users to form outgoing calls even where there's poor cellular connectivity. It is designed to plug indoor network gaps as telecom operators find it increasingly challenging to urge approvals for site approvals and Right of Way (RoW) in residential areas.


Below steps are only for one plus devices 

1) Download the OnePlus Log Kit app's APK by clicking here

2) Install the OnePlus Log Kit app using its APK file.

3) After installing the Log Kit app, open the dialer app.

4) Dial *#800# to access a secret menu.

5) You will see a warning pop-up. Tap on Enter. (Note- Follow the steps cautiously as a wrong step or move can damage your phone beyond repair.)

6) Tap on the OnePlus Log Kit option on the top.

7) Scroll down and tap the Function switch option.

8) Tap on VoLTE Switch option and then tap on cancel button.

9) Tap on VoWiFi switch option and then tap on the reboot button.

after restarting mobile go to ->WiFi and internet settings ->sim& network click on sim 1 or sim 2 enable WI-Fl calling under enhanced communications. you will see that the VoLTE and VoWiFi feature is enabled on your OnePlus 7 Pro.

Benefits of using Vo-wifi

The service doesn't need a separate app or any log-in or new number and customers are going to be ready to use it on any Wi-Fi connection inside their homes. The move will allow the telco to require on over-the-top (OTT) players like WhatsApp and keep them from eating their revenues. Making voice calls over WiFi is free using apps like WhatsApp, hike, and WeChat.A query sent to Jio went unanswered.

06 January 2020

Macaw Digital Media - get Rs 10 per refer and activate 1 star package of rs 100 for free ( bank proof added )

Macaw Digital Media is a mobile application that provides Local and international contents in most of the languages and its good earning platform for those who looking for extra income whenever their  referrals complete surveys, simple tasks and other offers or refer some one. offering our members a variety of reward opportunities. Whether you take surveys, complete online tasks, or complete other offers, there’s something for everyone to easily make money online.


Macaw Digital Media is now running an offer where you can earn rs 10 for each refer you do. It usually charge an amount of rs 100 for joining but now till 15th Jan 2020 till package is made free so user can join here and activate their rs 100 plan for free.

Just follow the link below to get Rs 10 per refer

1. Click here and download macaw digital  media app

2. Enter your name and sign up with your mobile number.

3. You will get your 4-digit password as SMS on you phone.

4. On refer code section enter - 8328899499 as refer code

5. Go to package and purchase 1 star package of rs 100 package for free. yes , it's totally free you don't need to pay anything for it. Just you click on buy now and it will be activated

6. Go to profile section and fill all your details like Google pay mobile number , Paytm number and bank details. This information is necessary for withdrawal purposes.

7. Now just share the link of app with your friends and your mobile number as refer code and tell them to signup and activate free rs 100 package.

8. As your friend signup and activate the free package of rs 100 you will get Rs 10 as refer bonus.

9. You can withdraw your earnings as it reach the minimum threshold of rs 100.

10. This offer will last till 15th Jan 2020 so loot it fast.

Note :- Don't forget to get the refer code 8328899499.

Packages available for joining Macaw Digital Media



Star PackagePrice
Star 1Rs 100
Star 2Rs 500
Star 3 Rs 1000
Star 4Rs 5000
Star 5Rs 10000
Star 6Rs 25000
Star 7Rs 50000
Don't worry you don't need to pay anything you will get star 1 package for free inside the app just active it and start refering to earn.
Payment proof received in bank
20 December 2019

fm whatsapp latest version download 2019


MiPay - get upto rs 1000 as signup bonus in your bank account ( proof added )

Hello, AMPs
Mipay is the official payment app by Mi company. This app function in the same way the app like Google pay and phonepe or any other upi app works. Mi pay had launched an offer  to earn money from rs 5 to rs 1000 in the form of scratch card. So those user who will signup with mi pay will get upto rs 1000 scratch card as signup bonus in their account. User can also get a scratch card when they refer any friend to signup with their refer code.



Just follow the steps to earn from mi pay :-


*Download MI pay app and get scratch card from rs 5 to 1000 on signup and carrying out first transaction*

1. Click on the link to download:-

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mipay.in.wallet

2. Signup with the mobile number having bank account

3. Link your bank account you can also link payment bank like Paytm and Airtel if you have.

4. Go to redeem invite code and enter the code below:-

LR2TDQ

*Note* - must enter the above refer code otherwise you will not get signup bonus scratch card

5. Now send any amount starting from rs 10 or above to any upi

6. You will get a scratch card on reward which will be credited to your bank account immediately.

More about mi pay


Mi Pay – The UPI App for Xiaomi Users

Introduction to Mi Pay:

We know you have miles to go and bills to pays before you sleep. Let your Xiaomi phone take care of the bills through a revolutionary payment technology – Mi Pay. Faster, safer and more reliable, the specially designed UPI app (Unified Payments Interface) comes pre-loaded in all Xiaomi phones. Use Mi Pay to quickly transfer money to friends and family, pay your local grocer or pay for your utilities.

Pay

  • Settings
    • Contacts
    • SMS
    • Scanner app on Mi Phones

Instant payment options:

  • Send money
    • Request money
    • Mobile recharges
    • Mobile postpaid payments
    • Electricity bill payments
    • Gas bill payments
    • Water bill payments
    • DTH payments
    • Broadband payments
    • Landline payments How to use:
  • Settings
    • Open Settings
    • Sign in to you Mi Account
    • Link your bank account
    • Create UPI ID
    • Ready to Pay!
  • Contacts
    • Select any contact
    • Select Send or Request Money
    • Sign in to you Mi Account
    • Link your bank account
    • Create UPI ID
    • Ready to Pay!
  • SMS
    • Select any contact
    • Select Transfer Money
    • Sign in to you Mi Account
    • Link your bank account
    • Create UPI ID
    • Ready to Pay!
  • Scanner app on MI Phones
    • Open Mi Scanner
    • Scan any UPI QR
    • Select Mi Pay
    • Sign in to you Mi Account
    • Link your bank account
    • Create UPI ID
    • Ready to Pay!

What can you do with Mi Pay?

With Mi Pay you can:
  • Link your bank accounts and create a UPI ID to send and receive money from any UPI user
  • Pay for goods or services that accept UPI payments, directly from your linked bank account
  • Generate & Change the UPI PIN for your bank account
  • Check balance in your linked bank account
  • Pay by scanning any UPI QR code, including Bharat QR code
  • Generate personal static/dynamic QR code for receiving payment from other UPI users
  • Check transaction history
  • You can recharge and make bill payments

Can I transfer payments directly from my bank account?

Secure, instant payments can be made directly from your bank account hassle free with Mi Pay.

How secure are the transactions?

Don’t worry, Mi Pay takes care of your money with an excellent security system and safeguards your data, which is stored and localized in India itself.

Do we multiple payment options?

Multiple payment options like UPI, Debit Card, Credit Card & Net banking are integrated for a seamless payment experience.

Which Banks support UPI payment?


Visit //www.npci.org.in/bhim-live-members to check the banks enabled on UPI.

Proof


04 December 2019

All telecom operators new recharge plan- Airtel , Vodafone , jio

New tariff plans and prices of all telecom operators are now live as jio has launched its new plan pricing today. So finally as per the lastest IUC charges and taxes by the telecom their is an increment in all tarrif plans by 40 %. The new plans as per the TRAI for all operators is mentioned below :-

Click on the image for clear view

JIO Recharge Plans :-



Airtel Recharge plans:-




Vodafone Recharge Plans:-



As customers are not so happy on increment of all this new telecom plans but somehow almost all the persons are addicted to access internet and data usage so they are bound to recharge their phone. The best network provider with cheap telecom will be always attracted by public hope you are satisfied with your network operator.
29 November 2019

RMCL plan - news ,updates ,happenings

Daman-based Radha Madhav Corporation Ltd (RMCL), which had forayed into e-commerce space, is planning to raise a total of Rs 100 crore by selling off assets and offloading stake.


The company would use 60 per cent of the proceeds to pay off debts and the remaining to strengthen its e-commerce ventures.Predominantly a plastic packaging company, RMCL has forayed into e-commerce space with private labels in 2010.
The company is in talks with a number of firms to sell its packaging material manufacturing unit in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, for about Rs 65 crore. The company, listed on both BSE and NSE, has six units in Daman and one unit in Rudrapur.
Announcement by RMCL
“We expect to conclude the deal in 3-4 months,” said RMCL Managing Director Mitesh Agarwal told BusinessLine. He, however, declined to name the companies RMCL was in talks with, citing non-disclosure agreements.
Further, RMCL is looking at offloading stake to either private equity players or companies to raise Rs 35 crore. Agarwal, who declined to disclose the names of the PE funds the company was in talks with, expects to raise the funds in the first quarter of next financial year.
Following the fund raising, the company intends to take on established players such as Flipkart, Jabong and Snapdeal in a direct competition.
“There are a lot of activities in this space, and margins are lucrative. We have developed 1,100 own products in 7 major categories and 300 private labels products. We already have an established distribution network and a customer base of 7 million,” Agarwal added.
Revenue by RMCL
RMCL expects revenue of Rs 1,000 crore in revenues from both packaging and e-commerce business in FY16.

Latest announcement for RMCL


Packaging solutions firm Radha Madhav Corporation Ltd (RMCL) has forayed into ecommerce with its own brand of products and the firm expects to raise over Rs 100 crore in the 2015-16 fiscal to fund the expansion and repay outstanding debt.


The BSE and NSE-listed firm has developed a distribution network of 400 dealers for its ecommerce business. “We will sell some of our equity post the Budget and expect to raise somewhere between Rs 45-60 crore,” RMCL Managing Director Mitesh Agarwal told PTI. Besides, RMCL are in talks with some firms to sell its Rudrapur (Uttarakhand) packaging material manufacturing unit for Rs 65 crore and the deal is expected in the next 3-4 months, he added. “Both these efforts will help us to pay off our debts and utilise the remaining for expansion. RMCL has a cumulative debt of about Rs 150 crore as of December 2014,” Agarwal said.
On the expansion plans, he said the company has around 7 depots to store goods for ecommerce delivery and is planning to set up more across the country in the next 3 months to meet the demand of online shoppers. “We have a membership of 7 million customers, which we are in the process of bringing online and expect that in next 2 weeks, we will have around 6 million online customers. These are basically people who are at present buying our products from retail outlets,” Agarwal said. The company’s online site — rmcluniverse — has over 1,500 products in seven categories. Most of the products are self-produced. The firm will also partner with other firms to sell their products on its site.
21 November 2019

Healthyfyme app - Get upto RS 100 scratch card on Google pay

Heathyfyme is an app that track your health, weight loss, eat healthy food with HealthifyMe: your calorie counter, nutrition & food tracker. Get a custom diet plan for weight loss designed for men & women with specific health goals. Log food, count calories, plan a diet chart, track overall health, steps & workouts, water intake and document your weight loss journey with weight logs.



*Steps to get scarch card upto RS 100 on google pay live now:-*

download heathyfyme from link below*.


1. Open and sign-up with google



2. Fills details like name , address etc.

3. On calories section search *roti* and add as breakfast.

4. Don't buy membership of RS 999 

5. On the main menu select *free credits* option available on last

6. On the top right corner add refer code and enter if asked

ABHUP8NSS

7. Now redeem your free credits via scratch card on Google pay*

Proof


20 November 2019

Tips and tricks: Turning data into smart marketing strategies

Tips and tricks: Turning data into smart marketing strategies. Data today is the currency powering modern enterprises across the spectrum, and it is no surprise that it is at the heart of what we call an exceptional customer experience (CX). Astute data intelligence is catalysing the modern experience wave, one that is focused on efficiency in customer understanding as well personalisation of the end user experience. The experience business is centred upon channelling a wide range of data sources to provide insights that can help make intelligent, informed decisions on how to reach and retain customers. Let’s understand some tips and tricks on how data can be translated into effective marketing strategies, for brands to deliver superior customer experiences. Fusion of data and creativityIn today’s fast-paced market environment, brands cannot demand attention, but need to earn it.



Historically, the best answers for brand growth have always come from a combination of imagination combined with an acute focus on data. Marketers are slicing audiences into thinner, micro-segments, categorising consumers basis their refined and personalised tastes. A smart integration of data with creativity here stands to deliver on greater and prolonged consumer attention. Businesses that can seamlessly integrate data and creativity with purpose will edge the ones which only excel at one. Creativity without data is largely ineffective and data without creativity would lack customer attention. Quality as critical as quantity.



Modern marketing focuses on efficient utilisation of different data points to help brands understand their audience better and consequently serve them in ways that delight. A big part of data led marketing has come to be defined by the quantity of data an enterprise has at their disposal to draw precise insights; however, what we’ve not prioritised so far is the need to have equivalent, if not more, emphasis on quality and veracity of data at hand. As personalisation takes precedence, marketers need to look beyond the stats and towards understated behavioural patterns of their customers to develop a viewpoint from where customers are seen as more than just a data-set to deliver experiences that forge long-term relationships. Engagement over conversionsConversion rates have been one of the key metrics for defining success when it comes to implementation of data-driven marketing strategies.

However, as consumers become more aware and, as a result, marketing strategies evolve, it’s important to prioritise engagement and experience driven measures to define the success of a campaign. It’s time that brands and marketers start deploying data to quantify and develop an understanding of various facets of developing an engaging, wholesome user experience—one that is not only focused on converting new customers, but also driven towards adding value to the existing customers lives and ensuring a prolonged engagement cycle with the brand. The future for data management is intuitive and razor-sharp when it comes to understanding the needs for personalisation. With better insights and most importantly, collaborative aspects, it must respect the customers' need for privacy. And brands are already working towards this. For instance, Adobe, Microsoft and SAP recently came together to create the Open Data Initiative, an open alliance that seeks to empower the enterprises’ mutual customers with a common platform, to enable a seamless flow of information while giving users more control over their own data. What’s going to be a key element in crafting exceptional customer experiences of the future will be concentrated efforts towards greater data integration—developing a 360- degree understanding of the new age, digital first customer—and the consequent crafting of a seamless, tailor made omni-channel experience built to impress across touch points—online and offline. The author is Head of Marketing at Adobe India.

From lottery frauds to fake job offers, online scams plague tech city

Bengaluru is considered India’s IT capital, which would make one believe that this tech city is guarded against cyber crimes. But the reality is quite the opposite. Bhaskar Rao, Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru City, says that the city’s cyber crime rates are among the highest in the country — from a total of 2,023 cases reported in 2017, the number currently stands at 9,602.



 ‘Many cases go unreported’ City folk have fallen victim to a variety of crimes online. Among these, the majority are of those who have shared their confidential information on the internet. 

“Fraudsters build confidence among the citizens, so that they trust their schemes and can be easily duped,” he says. “It is ultimately a ploy of robbing them of their money,” explains police commissioner Bhaskar Rao, adding, “Certain cases do not even get reported, as some people may feel too ashamed to reveal that they have been a victim of a scam.” Apart from these cases, there are also offences on the dark net. “If every month, for about a year or two, Rs. 1 is deducted from your account, you won’t think it to be a big deal. But if this is being done for thousands of accounts, one can imagine the scale of money being stolen. And this might also be the work of an offender from another country. So, finding out that a crime has been committed itself is challenging at times,” he explains.

Measures should be taken by financial institutions too’ While citizens need to be alert, banking and financial institutions also need to beef up their security and create awareness among citizens, Bhaskar emphasises. “Financial institutions have to constantly re-educate citizens about the vices and suggest them not to give out confidential information. These institutions also need to make payment channels more secure. Introducing double-check systems, when one makes a payment, could be an option. For instance, when someone is making a cashless payment, a reconfirmation message, before finalising the payment, could ensure that the transaction is conducted with due permission,” he explains, adding that ATM machines, too, need to be sanitised to make sure that they are not misused by fraudsters.

Preparing for future crimes With digitisation becoming a global phenomenon, one needs to be prepared for the future crimes that will affect us sooner or later, says the commissioner. Among the new challenges that the system is facing are cryptocurrency, drone-related offences, artificial intelligence crimes and others relating to the IT domain. “For instance, in one case, the investigators did manage to track down the trickster’s phone number, but couldn’t move further because his identity was secured by cryptocurrency,” he shares.

To tackle such issues, seven more cyber crime police stations will be set up in the city. “Called CEN, these new police stations will deal with cyber crimes along with economic and narcotic offences. These stations will have access to cyber experts and consultants as well. We are looking at taking in more graduates, who are well-versed in the same,” says Bhaskar. The need of the hour, according to the commissioner, is for policemen to be better trained and more equipped to handle cyber crime. “We need to rethink our training and prepare to tackle the future crimes that are imminent. Because while we are making huge strides in cyber security, the more we are digitised, the more we are prone to be hacked,” he adds.

Cases of cyber crime in Bengaluru Case 1: Cheating through e-wallets “At regular intervals, through the night, money was withdrawn from my credit card in multiples of Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 5,000. It was accessed via an online portal. Without me even having to share an OTP, my money was stolen. Although the card was blocked later, a lot of money was siphoned off by then” — Ragavendhra TS

Case 2: Amount withdrawn from multiple cards 

“I was told I had reward points to redeem for my credit card. Since the cash offer had ended, I was informed that a portion of the outstanding amount in my card credit can be deducted. So, I agreed to it. The fraudster then asked me for various account details to complete the transaction. The conversation went on for almost an hour and it was extremely convincing. The background noise, too, sounded like that of a bank. It was only towards the end of the conversation that I started suspecting it to be a hoax. But it was too late. As soon as the conversation got over, nearly Rs.50,000 was withdrawn from my accounts.” — Roopa

Case 3: A furniture sale gone wrong

“A man agreed to buy a piece of furniture I was selling online. It was priced at Rs. 10,000. He offered to pay Rs. 6,000 of the total amount in cash, and said that he would first pay Rs. 4,000 online. Then, he sent a QR code and asked me to scan and enter my PIN so that he could send the amount. Instead of Rs. 4,000 getting credited to my account, it got debited. He apologised and said it was a mistake. He asked me to scan again. He said he will do a trial of Rs. 5. But again, it got debited from my account. He apologised and transferred Rs. 5 back. So, I believed that it was a genuine mistake. However, on the pretext of fixing the glitch, he deducted Rs. 4,000 more. The fraudster is still online on WhatsApp and my friends too have contacted him. He does not refrain from responding. He is, in fact, challenging me to do try whatever I can. He is so sure that he cannot be traced.” — Saiphanidhar The different kinds of fraud committed online:

Matrimonial Propositions

 1. Fraudster makes a charming profile.

 2. Lures the victim and earns his or her trust.

 3. Asks for money transfer for an emergency.

4. Escapes with stolen money.

Blackmailing and cyber bullying 

1. Fraudster builds trust; asks for intimate pictures/videos.

2. Use the same information to blackmail the victim later; extorts money. Alternatively, someone else with access to the victim’s phone, hacks into the stored data and then blackmails the user.

Lottery cases 

1. Victim receives message, call or mail announcing that he or she has won a lottery or a bumper prize.

 2. Victim convinced to pay handling charges, or money to be paid for custom clearance.

 3. Fraudster takes away as much money as possible.

Job offers

1. Victim contacted with prospective job offers. The fraudster might have hacked or obtained information about victim’s job requirements as well as his or her qualification.

2. Victim promised a highly-paid job. Might be asked to complete a telephonic interview.

3. Victim convinced that he or she has got the job, but would require to pay consultancy charges before getting employed.

4. Fraudster runs away once money has been transferred.

Debit/credit card fraud

 1. Fraudster contacts the victim and asks for card details for some legal procedure.

2. Once the details are shared, the account gets maxed out.

Tips for citizens:

 1. Always handle plastic money with care and never share your details with anyone.

2. Don’t carry the password along with your card.

3. Keep updating your password from time to time; don’t keep predictable combinations.

4 .Keep an extra account for safe-keeping; don’t keep all your savings in one account.

5. Avoid recording intimate moments on camera. Such data can used for blackmailing you and extorting money from you.

 6. Do not give out your details to anyone, who calls or texts you. This information can be used to extract money from your accounts.

KYC completed for Paytm but not able to send money? Here is what you should do

According to the tally tips, the last date to finish your KYC for mobile wallets was February twenty eight, 2018. Post that every one the e-wallets in Republic of India, together with Paytm that leads this phase, blocked a number of services. Users UN agency didn’t complete their KYC still receive cash from alternative Paytm users if they'd given any document ID at the time of check in. They can conjointly transfer cash to the merchants however cannot pay to the other users.



However, what if an individual has completed his or her KYC and continues to be powerless to send money? According to Paytm’s official diary, the tally tips solely enable you to send up to Rs ten,000 per month to a user. To send more cash, the user must be value-added as a beneficiary.


To complete this process, you will have to follow these steps:

1. Open the Paytm App.

2. Go to the profile section.

3. Click on the ‘Manage Beneficiary’ section (available within the updated version of the app).

4. Enter details and add the beneficiary.
Once the beneficiary is value-added, you'll be able to send up to Rs ten 100000 per month. Paytm has conjointly processed that every one its services can still work uninterrupted, except the flexibility to send cash to others or to transfer cash to checking account from your wallet after February 28.

“From your current Paytm balance and thru UPI/CC/DC/Bank account, you will be able to do all transactions including recharges, utility bill payments, movie tickets, travel bookings and payments at stores using our platform,” it said in the blog.

What are the benefits of KYC?

1. there's no limit for the KYC-enabled customers.

2. KYC-verified Paytm users will seamlessly transfer cash to alternative Paytm case and bank accounts.

3. It permits you to open a Payments checking account in but a month and earn up to six.85% interest on savings.
RBI had issued the master directions for issuers of PPIs on Gregorian calendar month eleven, 2017, asking them to finish full KYC for all the mobile case users. The deadline for the same was set as December 31, 2017 but was later extended to February 28, 2018.


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David Dobrik said his earnings from YouTube went from $275,000 per month to under $2,000 after the 'Adpocalypse'


  • One of YouTube's biggest stars, David Dobrik, has given a look at what he makes on the platform.



  • In a video interview with Men's Health, he said his videos used to fetch him just over $275,000 a month in revenue, whereas more recently he earned under $2,000.
  • This is despite bringing in 200 million views a month — three times what his videos used to get.
  • Dobrik's videos use copyrighted songs and are a little more "inappropriate" than some other content on the platform, he said.
  • "So right now I'm actually making less money a month on YouTube than I was when I was waiting tables at a retirement home," he said. "Which is pretty crazy."


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  • David Dobrik says his earnings fell dramatically after the YouTube "Adpocalypse" that saw many advertisers pull their sponsorships from the platform. Dobrik told Men's Health his videos used to fetch just over $275,000 a month in revenue, whereas he most recently earned under $2,000, despite bringing in three times as many views.
    Dobrik, who has 14.5 million subscribers, rose to fame on YouTube with four-minute, 20-second vlogs featuring pranks, science experiments, and generous donations of cash and cars to friends and strangers.
    In a video interview for Men's Health, Dobrik was asked how much he made as a YouTuber. He said not many people were up front about it because "it's weird to talk about money." But he said as a kid he was always curious about what famous people were earning and so he "owed it" to his former self to be honest about it.
    Dobrik often gifts his friends cars in his videos. David Dobrik / YouTube
    Dobrik said he was hit hard by the Adpocalypse. When he was getting 16 million views a month, he said, his check was "a little over $275,000," which he said was "nuts."
    "I literally felt like a drug dealer at that time," Dobrik said. "Then a year and a half ago, or two years ago, it kind of got cut, and now I get 200 million views, which is more than three times the amount I was getting before, but now my paycheck is under $2,000."
    Dobrik's videos use copyrighted songs and are a little more "inappropriate" than some other content on the platform, he said.
    "So right now I'm actually making less money a month on YouTube than I was when I was waiting tables at a retirement home," he said. "Which is pretty crazy."
    To Dobrik, it's more important that his videos are true to what he wants them to be than it would be to turn them into something more advertiser-friendly.
    "It does hurt the videos — there's a lot less to do with a smaller budget," he said. "But I still have the best job in the world, so I can't complain."
    In October, his fellow YouTuber Logan Paul estimated what Dobrik could be earning in ad revenue. On the "Impaulsive" podcast, Paul and his cohost Mike Majlak talked about how well Dobrik was doing on YouTube and guessed he could be making $5,000 to $20,000 a video.
    "I just looked at his vlog channel, he's popping off like an average of 10 million views per vlog, which I think makes him the most successful vlogger in history," Paul said. "That is insane. I don't think he's in Google Preferred, but if he was, that could potentially be $20,000 to $40,000 per video."
    According to Dobrik, this is far from the real figure. But he can still make impressive content, as his videos are rarely without a sponsor. In fact, his deal with the ticket-selling site SeatGeek is one the most lucrative marketing partnerships on YouTube.
    By recommending his subscribers check out sites like SeatGeek, Dobrik has been able to give out dozens of cars. In one video, he teamed up with EA Sports and was able to gift his best friend, Heath Hussar, a brand-new $290,000 Lamborghini Huracán.
    You can watch Dobrik's full interview with Men's Health below.