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PointlessBlog: How Much Money Does Alfie Deyes Make

Updated on March 6, 2017
Pointless Blog - Alfie Deyes - internet personality star - with a net worth averaged at £2.9 million
Pointless Blog - Alfie Deyes - internet personality star - with a net worth averaged at £2.9 million

Pointless Blog, the Entirely Pointless Vlog YouTube Channel

Pointless Blog is the name of Alfie Deye's YouTube channel that has successfully amassed a more than 5 million people following.

Alfie Deye's recently bought a house in Brighton with his girlfriend Zoella (another YouTube channel owner) for a figure close to the million pound mark. Alfie is simply another YouTube star glorifying the internet, and showing folks just what successful lives we can lead if we work hard and stick to what we are passionate about.

Alfie started Pointless Blog as his first YouTube channel and releases around about 1 video a month for his most successful channel (based on pure following alone).

Alfie also owns 2 other YouTube channels, one called PointlessBlogVlogs and the other called PointlessBlogGames, with PointlessBlogVlogs scoring more than 3 million subscribers, and PointlessBlogGames scoring more than 1 million subscribers.

The PointlessBlogVlogs channel releases 1 new vlogging video a day whilst the PointlessBlogGames channel releases a couple of videos a week for its followers.

Who is Alfie Deyes (the man behind PointlessBlog)?

As previously stated above, Alfie Deye's is a YouTube channel artist releasing home video vlogs every day from his PointlessBlogVlogs channel which brings in the most views out of all of his YouTube channels, seemingly due to the most part of his efforts going into that channel.

Through watching Alfie's PointlessBlogVlogs videos we can get to know Alfie as a person and the type of life that he leads as he highlights the better parts of each of his working days as a YouTube vlog artist.

Alfie Deye's to many who follow him will look at him as an internet star having been vlogging on YouTube since he was 15 years of age. The PointlessBlog channel averaging at a million views per video, and the PointlessBlogVlogs channel averaging at 600,000 views per video.

As an internet personality PointlessBlog has slowly risen to become quite the channel spectacular, as between the 3 PointlessBlog channels they have brought in more than a billion views when all of his videos are tied together.

"Alfie Deye's and his girlfriend Zoe Sugg bought a luxury mansion together in 2015 for a sum of £1 million"

Alfie Deyes Third Book (The Scrapbook of My Life)

Alfie Deyes (Pointless Blog), Where the Money Comes From

Asset Summary

Alfie and his girlfriend Zoella (her YouTube channel name) both own a suburban million pound property together in Brighton.

Other assets include an apartment which he rents out, a mini, and a 4x4 that he co-owns with his girlfriend.

Income Summary

Alfie Deye's earns his safest income from his YouTube ads that play before each of his videos, also including the banner pop-up clicks from his video viewers that make up for a nice cushy paycheque each month. His ad revenue income is averaged to be at around £10-15 thousand a month.

On top of Alfie's commitment to his vlog channels on YouTube he also writes books that correlate back to his YouTube life with such releases as The Pointless Book, The Pointless Book 2 and The Scrapbook of My Life (with Alfie Deyes).

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