- Kwadwo Sheldon has revealed the amount of money he made from 3.2 million views on YouTube
- He was among three Ghanaian content creators who were interviewed by the BBC for a documentary titled ‘Social Media Money in Ghana’
Bernard Kwadwo Amoafo, popularly known as Kwadwo Sheldon has revealed the amount of money he made from 3.2 million views on Youtube.
Kwadwo Sheldon was among three Ghanaians who were interviewed for a BBC Documentary titled ‘Social Media Money in Ghana‘, published on 18th November 2022.
During his part of the interview, he revealed he made over $11,000 over a period of 28 days.
See screenshot before
According to Sheldon, his revenue started growing from $100 to what we see now. “We started with $500, $100, $200, the more we created the more we had a lot of revenue coming in for us. At some point, then we cross the $1000 threshold, then we started making decent money,” he said.
The two other Ghanaians in the documentary, Martina Dwamena, popularly known as Asantewaa and Paa-Kwesi Adapoe, also talked about how they made money through social media accounts.
Watch the documentary below