New Addiction : Miranda Sings

You Need some dance tutorial? Here it is..

Or you want to watch some MVs cover..

Maybe some catchy songs you never heard of..

Those are masterpieces, I’m just too speechless to describe, please take a look and enjoy! 😀

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Sandra Aamodt: Why Dieting Doesn’t Usually Work

This article is copied from there. I just reblogged it here because this talk is so insightful.

Aku sedang berbicara tentang makan dengan kesadaran: belajar untuk memahami sinyal tubuh Anda sehingga Anda makan saat Anda lapar dan berhenti ketika Anda kenyang, karena berat badan berlebih bermuara ketika Anda makan pada saat Anda tidak lapar. – Sandra Aamodt –

Transcript of the video:

Three and a half years ago, I made one of the best decisions of my life. As my New Year’s resolution, I gave up dieting, stopped worrying about my weight, and learned to eat mindfully. Now I eat whenever I’m hungry, and I’ve lost 10 pounds.

This was me at age 13, when I started my first diet. I look at that picture now, and I think, you did not need a diet, you needed a fashion consult. (Laughter) But I thought I needed to lose weight, and when I gained it back, of course I blamed myself. And for the next three decades, I was on and off various diets. No matter what I tried, the weight I’d lost always came back. I’m sure many of you know the feeling.

As a neuroscientist, I wondered, why is this so hard? Obviously, how much you weigh depends on how much you eat and how much energy you burn. What most people don’t realize is that hunger and energy use are controlled by the brain, mostly without your awareness. Your brain does a lot of its work behind the scenes, and that is a good thing, because your conscious mind — how do we put this politely? — it’s easily distracted. It’s good that you don’t have to remember to breathe when you get caught up in a movie. You don’t forget how to walk because you’re thinking about what to have for dinner.

Your brain also has its own sense of what you should weigh, no matter what you consciously believe. This is called your set point, but that’s a misleading term, because it’s actually a range of about 10 or 15 pounds. You can use lifestyle choices to move your weight up and down within that range, but it’s much, much harder to stay outside of it. The hypothalamus, the part of the brain that regulates body weight, there are more than a dozen chemical signals in the brain that tell your body to gain weight, more than another dozen that tell your body to lose it, and the system works like a thermostat, responding to signals from the body by adjusting hunger, activity and metabolism, to keep your weight stable as conditions change. That’s what a thermostat does, right? It keeps the temperature in your house the same as the weather changes outside. Now you can try to change the temperature in your house by opening a window in the winter, but that’s not going to change the setting on the thermostat, which will respond by kicking on the furnace to warm the place back up. Your brain works exactly the same way, responding to weight loss by using powerful tools to push your body back to what it considers normal. If you lose a lot of weight, your brain reacts as if you were starving, and whether you started out fat or thin, your brain’s response is exactly the same. We would love to think that your brain could tell whether you need to lose weight or not, but it can’t. If you do lose a lot of weight, you become hungry, and your muscles burn less energy. Dr. Rudy Leibel of Columbia University has found that people who have lost 10 percent of their body weight burn 250 to 400 calories less because their metabolism is suppressed. That’s a lot of food. This means that a successful dieter must eat this much less forever than someone of the same weight who has always been thin.

From an evolutionary perspective, your body’s resistance to weight loss makes sense. When food was scarce, our ancestors’ survival depended on conserving energy, and regaining the weight when food was available would have protected them against the next shortage. Over the course of human history, starvation has been a much bigger problem than overeating. This may explain a very sad fact: Set points can go up, but they rarely go down. Now, if your mother ever mentioned that life is not fair, this is the kind of thing she was talking about. (Laughter) Successful dieting doesn’t lower your set point. Even after you’ve kept the weight off for as long as seven years, your brain keeps trying to make you gain it back. If that weight loss had been due to a long famine, that would be a sensible response. In our modern world of drive-thru burgers, it’s not working out so well for many of us. That difference between our ancestral past and our abundant present is the reason that Dr. Yoni Freedhoff of the University of Ottawa would like to take some of his patients back to a time when food was less available, and it’s also the reason that changing the food environment is really going to be the most effective solution to obesity.

Sadly, a temporary weight gain can become permanent. If you stay at a high weight for too long, probably a matter of years for most of us, your brain may decide that that’s the new normal.

Psychologists classify eaters into two groups, those who rely on their hunger and those who try to control their eating through willpower, like most dieters. Let’s call them intuitive eaters and controlled eaters. The interesting thing is that intuitive eaters are less likely to be overweight, and they spend less time thinking about food. Controlled eaters are more vulnerable to overeating in response to advertising, super-sizing, and the all-you-can-eat buffet. And a small indulgence, like eating one scoop of ice cream, is more likely to lead to a food binge in controlled eaters. Children are especially vulnerable to this cycle of dieting and then binging. Several long-term studies have shown that girls who diet in their early teenage years are three times more likely to become overweight five years later, even if they started at a normal weight, and all of these studies found that the same factors that predicted weight gain also predicted the development of eating disorders. The other factor, by the way, those of you who are parents, was being teased by family members about their weight. So don’t do that.

I left almost all my graphs at home, but I couldn’t resist throwing in just this one, because I’m a geek, and that’s how I roll. (Laughter) This is a study that looked at the risk of death over a 14-year period based on four healthy habits: eating enough fruits and vegetables, exercise three times a week, not smoking, and drinking in moderation. Let’s start by looking at the normal weight people in the study. The height of the bars is the risk of death, and those zero, one, two, three, four numbers on the horizontal axis are the number of those healthy habits that a given person had. And as you’d expect, the healthier the lifestyle, the less likely people were to die during the study. Now let’s look at what happens in overweight people. The ones that had no healthy habits had a higher risk of death. Adding just one healthy habit pulls overweight people back into the normal range. For obese people with no healthy habits, the risk is very high, seven times higher than the healthiest groups in the study. But a healthy lifestyle helps obese people too. In fact, if you look only at the group with all four healthy habits, you can see that weight makes very little difference. You can take control of your health by taking control of your lifestyle, even If you can’t lose weight and keep it off.

Diets don’t have very much reliability. Five years after a diet, most people have regained the weight. Forty percent of them have gained even more. If you think about this, the typical outcome of dieting is that you’re more likely to gain weight in the long run than to lose it.

If I’ve convinced you that dieting might be a problem, the next question is, what do you do about it? And my answer, in a word, is mindfulness. I’m not saying you need to learn to meditate or take up yoga. I’m talking about mindful eating: learning to understand your body’s signals so that you eat when you’re hungry and stop when you’re full, because a lot of weight gain boils down to eating when you’re not hungry. How do you do it? Give yourself permission to eat as much as you want, and then work on figuring out what makes your body feel good. Sit down to regular meals without distractions. Think about how your body feels when you start to eat and when you stop, and let your hunger decide when you should be done. It took about a year for me to learn this, but it’s really been worth it. I am so much more relaxed around food than I have ever been in my life. I often don’t think about it. I forget we have chocolate in the house. It’s like aliens have taken over my brain. It’s just completely different. I should say that this approach to eating probably won’t make you lose weight unless you often eat when you’re not hungry, but doctors don’t know of any approach that makes significant weight loss in a lot of people, and that is why a lot of people are now focusing on preventing weight gain instead of promoting weight loss. Let’s face it: If diets worked, we’d all be thin already. (Laughter) Why do we keep doing the same thing and expecting different results? Diets may seem harmless, but they actually do a lot of collateral damage. At worst, they ruin lives: Weight obsession leads to eating disorders, especially in young kids. In the U.S., we have 80 percent of 10-year-old girls say they’ve been on a diet. Our daughters have learned to measure their worth by the wrong scale. Even at its best, dieting is a waste of time and energy. It takes willpower which you could be using to help your kids with their homework or to finish that important work project, and because willpower is limited, any strategy that relies on its consistent application is pretty much guaranteed to eventually fail you when your attention moves on to something else.

Let me leave you with one last thought. What if we told all those dieting girls that it’s okay to eat when they’re hungry? What if we taught them to work with their appetite instead of fearing it? I think most of them would be happier and healthier, and as adults, many of them would probably be thinner. I wish someone had told me that back when I was 13.

Thanks.

Source: TED
January 12, 2014
http://www.ted.com/talks/sandra_aamodt_why_dieting_doesn_t_usually_work.html

Membuat Subtitle

Oke. Udah 3 hari ini saya coba jadi ‘penerjemah’ teks film. Iseng sebenernya. Hehehe.

Berawal dari pencarian saya tentang film lawas tahun 2003, judulnya Holes. Gak tau kenapa tiba-tiba teringat sama film ini. Ini salah satu film box office pertama yang saya tonton (lewat dvd bajakan), dan saya sangat suka dengan alur ceritanya. So it’s kind of throwback. Semacam nostalgia.

Saya temukan link downloadnya di Indowebster. Ketemu, langsung donlot. Setelah itu saya cari-cari subtitle nya di IDWB juga gak ketemu, di subscene.com ada, tapi cuma bahasa Inggris. It’s okay, downloaded.

Kelar nonton filmnya dengan sub English, saya kurang puas karena ada bagian yang gak dimengerti. Karena belakangan sering nonton drama Korea teks nya bahasa Indonesia, saya jadi agak susah mencerna teks bahasa Inggris. Nah tiba-tiba muncul sesuatu di otak saya, kalo saya udah cari kemana-mana gak ketemu teks Holes yang bahasa Indonesia, kenapa saya gak jadi orang pertama yang menerjemahkannya?

Berlanjut jadi semangat membara, saya pun mulai menerjemahkannya. Awalnya, diperkirakan teks film Holes yang berdurasi 2 jam ini akan selesai dalam waktu 12 jam. Kenapa semena-mena estimasi 12 jam? karena itu waktu yang diperlukan penerjemah teks Drama Korea Pinocchio untuk menerjemahkan ke Bahasa Indonesia dari sejak teks Bahasa Inggris diupload. Pagi udah ada teks English, biasanya siang atau sore baru ada yg Bahasa Indonesia.

Singkat cerita dua belas jam telah berlalu, dengan disela makan minum dan ke kamar mandi, hasilnya? Tidak sampai setengahnya. bahkan seperlima pun gak sampe. Dari 10ribu baris, saya baru menyelesaikan 1500 baris! Wooghh baru sekarang saya sadar ternyata berat jadi penerjemah subtitle. Naluri kepo saya memberontak, saya penasaran kok bisa si penerjemah-penerjemah drama korea ini sebegitu tahan bantingnya.

Saya surfing di internet, lalu terdampar di forum MINDS Indowebster. Bagi penonton drakor, pasti familiar dengan nama ini. Selayaknya Lebah Ganteng yang spesialis film-film box office, MINDS ini spesialis drama televisi yang kebanyakan drama korea. MINDS singkatan dari My Indonesian Subtitles, merupakan tim penerjemah subtitle dari bahasa Inggris ke bahasa Indonesia. Mereka adalah sebuah tim, bukan perorangan. Satu tim terdiri dari 3-4 orang. Tim ini terbentuk secara online dengan sistem sukarela. Jadi bila ada sebuah drama terbaru yang kira-kira banyak peminatnya, penerjemah bisa mengajukan diri untuk mentranslate-kannya. Sampai ada 3 orang yang mengajukan diri barulah tim ini ditutup dan ditugaskan untuk menerjemahkan dari episode pertama sampai terakhir. Subtitle yang telah diterjemahkan akan diaudit oleh tim editor atau oleh sesama mereka sendiri.

Nahh dari yang saya baca barulah saya ngeh kalo wajar mereka bisa kejar tayang secepat itu, karena satu subtitle dikeroyok sama 3 sampe 4 orang. Lah saya? Gimana dengan subtitle yang lagi saya garap? Haha mungkin sekitar 2-3 hari lagi baru launching dan akan saya post di subscene.

Well, membuat subtitle memang gak mudah, kalo durasi filmnya lama buangeet sampe sejam 2 jam. Gimana kalo durasinya cuma 3-4 menit? Ini baru menarik.

Baru-baru ini saya habis nonton videonya Tyler Oakley yang judulnya Hear Me Out. Nonton disini:

Di video ini Tyler lagi berkampanye kepada para Youtuber, atau siapa saja yang nonton Youtube, untuk memberi subtitle di video-video Youtube. Setelah nonton video salah seorang Youtuber yang tunarungu yang bilang kalo dia ingin sekali mengerti video-video yang bermanfaat di Youtube, tapi sayang sekali dia gak bisa dengar. Untung kalo video itu ada subtitle nya, tapi kalo gak? Dia gak bisa enjoy Youtube sebagaimana orang-orang normal lainnya.

Nah, dari situ si Tyler ini tergerak untuk membantu dan menyuarakan keinginan si Youtuber ini dengan bikin video kampanye yang sama juga. Selain itu dia juga bongkar semua video-video lamanya dan dikasih subtitle Inggris satu-satu. Bagi siapa yang ingin menerjemahkannya ke dalam bahasa lain dipersilahkan.

Saya amazed ya, mantep juga idenya. Langsung saya ikutin caranya gimana terjemahin video ini ke bahasa lain, maksud saya videonya ini mau saya terjemahin ke Bahasa Indonesia. Itung-itung ini pengalaman pertama saya terjemahin subtitle Youtube, kenapa gak? Eh ternyata setelah dicek Bahasa Indonesia nya udah ada dong. Dan mantepnya lagi, video ini udah diterjemahin ke lebih dari 50 bahasa! Wooww

Dua hari berselang, dilatarbelakangi sama-sama terinspirasi dari Tyler Oakley, seorang chef bernama Jamie Olliver yang punya acara TV Jamie’s 15-Minute Meals juga bikin video yang sama. Ketika saya cek belum ada bahasa Indonesia nya, langsung saya ambil kesempatan ini untuk menerjemahkannya.

Berikut ini skrinsut step by step menerjemahkan subtitle di Youtube. Pertama tekan tombol gear setting di kanan bawah video.

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Tekan simbol setting –> Subtitel/Teks –> Tambahkan subtitel/teks. Maka akan muncul window baru di bawah ini.

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Di halaman ini sudah ada teks aksli dari videonya. Tugas kita cuma tinggal mengartikannya dan diketik ke dalam kotak yang ada di bawahnya. Video berdurasi 1 menit 50 detik ini butuh waktu untuk saya terjemahkan kurang dari 5 menit. Betapa mudahnya dibanding terjemahin teks film! Nah, setelah itu tekan tombol Kirim Masukan yang ada di kiri bawah atau kanan bawah halaman. Dan Tada!Untitled2Kita dapat pemberitahuan bahwa subtitel kiriman kita sudah dikirim untuk dimoderasi oleh si pemilik video. Tinggal menunggu diterima, dan kita sudah bisa menonton video dengan teks yang kita terjemahkan.

Mudah ya? Gimana, ada yang berminat ngisi waktu luang dengan terjemahin subtitle? Itung-itung bahasa asing kita semakin terasah (dalam hal ini bahasa Inggris, kalo saya), kita juga dapat pahala. Ya gak?

Semoga tulisan ini bermanfaat ya. Selamat menerjemahkan!

Sugar, Yes Please

I’m not a big fan of Maroon 5. But definitely I like their catchy songs. Last year it’s Animals and Maps. Let me remember else… there are She Will Be Loved, Daylight, If I never see your face again, Makes Me Wonder, Payphone, Sunday Morning, Wake Up Call, Won’t go home without you. I remember, first time listening to Maroon 5 song, it’s This Love. It really is great.

Today I just wanna copied-pasted type the lyrics of their newest song, it’s been released for about a week now. It’s January 13th 2015 this song was released. Here we go..

I’m hurting, baby, I’m broken down
I need your loving, loving
I need it now
When I’m without you
I’m something weak
You got me begging, begging
I’m on my knees
I don’t wanna be needing your love
I just wanna be deep in your love
And it’s killing me when you’re away
Ooh, baby, ’cause I really don’t care where you are
I just wanna be there where you are
And I gotta get one little taste
Sugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me
I’m right here, ’cause I need
Little love and little sympathy
Yeah you show me good loving
Make it alright
Need a little sweetness in my life
Sugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me
My broken pieces
You pick them up
Don’t leave me hanging, hanging
Come give me some
When I’m without ya
I’m so insecure
You are the one thing, one thing
I’m living forI don’t wanna be needing your love
I just wanna be deep in your love
And it’s killing me when you’re away
Ooh, baby, ’cause I really don’t care where you are
I just wanna be there where you are
And I gotta get one little tasteSugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me
I’m right here, ’cause I need
Little love and little sympathy
Yeah you show me good loving
Make it alright
Need a little sweetness in my life
Sugar! (Sugar!)
Yes, please (Yes, please)
Won’t you come and put it down on me

Yeah
I want that red velvet
I want that sugar sweet
Don’t let nobody touch it
Unless that somebody’s me
I gotta be a man
There ain’t no other way
‘Cause girl you’re hotter than southern California Bay

I don’t wanna play no games
I don’t gotta be afraid
Don’t give all that shy sh-t
No make up on
That’s my

Sugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me (down on me!)
Oh, right here (right here), ’cause I need (I need)
Little love and little sympathy
Yeah you show me good loving
Make it alright
Need a little sweetness in my life
Sugar! (Sugar!)
Yes, please (Yes, please)
Won’t you come and put it down on me

Sugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me
I’m right here, ’cause I need
Little love and little sympathy
Yeah you show me good loving
Make it alright
Need a little sweetness in my life
Sugar
Yes, please
Won’t you come and put it down on me

Here where you can download the song : Maroon 5 – Sugar
Oh ya, Btw What I love the most about this song is not about the lyrics. It’s the video clip. It’s hard to resist the big smile in your face while watching this. You’ll be very happy after watching this. This is the best part.

Yang Kaya Dari Youtube

It’s been a loooooong long time since I don’t post any post about anything, and it’s 2015 already! How fast time flies! Aaannd because of the resolution of 2015 : should post something on blog at least once a week, today I’m gonna post something about what I recently pay attention to : Youtube.

Social media yang satu ini sudah melanglangbuana di dunia internet sejak tahun 2005 (10 tahun yang lalu, jamannya saya baru-baru kenal internet). Dulu, youtube itu bagi saya sesuatu yang wah, gak terjangkau. Kenapa? Karena bener-bener gak terjangkau–alias gak kesampean– buat nontonnya. (baca : abis waktu buat nge-load aja. Apalagi nge-buffer, lemotnya na’udzubillah). Entah mungkin karena jaman dulu internet di Indonesia memang lebih lemot slow, jadinya website lain seperti Friendster dan Facebook selalu jadi tujuan utama..

Seiring bertambahnya kecepatan internet di Indonesia, apalagi semenjak saya punya laptop sendiri, dan wifi gratis dengan speed yang cihuy, berselancarlah saya di web-web ‘berat’, dan Youtube lah salah satunya. Jalan dari channel ke channel, saya menemukan satu channel yang sangat menarik. Yang punya channel orang Amerika keturunan Jepang, namanya Ryan Higa. Kenapa menarik? karena semua video yang dia buat bergenre comedy. Padahal pada saat itu (tahun 2010) listening bahasa inggris saya masih sangat jelek tapi menonton videonya dengan cara bicara yang super-duper-cepat kayak rapper, herannya, bisa langsung saya pahami.

Pada saat itu langsung saya subscribe channelnya yang sudah memiliki subscriber sebanyak 1 juta itu, hampir semua videonya saya tonton, ketika bagian ucapan yang tidak saya mengerti saya ulang lagi, begitu terus berulang-ulang. Hampir semua video nigahiga ( nama channel Ryan Higa) selalu membuat saya tertawa, bahkan sampe ngakak, terkadang. Menonton nigahiga selalu jadi ritual setiap saya punya akses untuk mengakses youtube, hingga tiba saatnya ketika saya merasa terlalu banyak buang-buang waktu di internet, saya mulai melakukan bersih-bersih internet. Deactivate Facebook, membersihkan segala subscription Youtube, maka ikut terhapuslah channel ini.

Singkat cerita, 4 tahun berselang, saya lebih sering instagram-walking, blog-walking soal makanan,  tonton video tentang makanan, beberapa blog menyelipkan tautan ke youtube tentang cara membuat makanan ini itu, tips makanan ini itu, dari situ saya mulai subscribe-subscribe lagi. Di tahun 2014 saya mulai sering nonton Youtube lagi, saya subscribe banyak channel dari yang paling sehat seperti FullyRawKristina (gara-gara channel ini saya pernah coba jadi vegan selama 2 hari dan hasilnya turun 4kg!) sampe yang paling gak sehat seperti SimpleCookingChannel (Channel ini gak bikin saya suka masak kue-kue, cuma bikin saya lebih sering jajan chacha, snickers, dan teman-temannya).

Gak cuma itu, saya baru kenal dengan youtube channel yang berisi review tentang makanan seperti KBDProductionsTV (most about junk food, but it’s goood to watch it), channel ini sering melakukan video kolaborasi dengan emmymadeinjapan (tasting snacks from all over the world), dan daymdrops (sama seperti KBD, kebanyakan tentang junkfood, tapi videonya lebih lucu dari KBD), yang dari sini kedua-duanya juga saya subscribe.

Lama nontonin channel-channel ini membuat saya nyari yang lain lagi, masa semuanya yg saya tonton makanan mulu. Ada titik jenuh dimana saya sudah muak dengan makanan(halah). Jadi, saya pun mulai teringat lagi dengan si nigahiga, apa kabarnya sekarang? Ketika saya pencet tombol search, muncul pencarian channelnya kan, saya buka, dan terkejut luar biasa. Nigahiga yang saya unsubscribe 4 tahun lalu dengan subscriber 1 juta, sekarang sudah beranak pinak jadi 13 juta! Men… 12 juta dalam waktu 4 tahun, bener bikin saya tercengang…

So, saya kembali lagi mensubscribe, menonton, dan menyadari si Ryan Higa ini jadi makin lucu, makin bagus kualitas gambar dan efek, bahkan dia jadi makin famous dan udah ke beberapa negara dalam rangka fans-tour. Selain Singapore dan Australia, negara lainnya yang udah dia kunjungi adalah Indonesia! Dia di Indonesia kira-kira di September 2014! What.. where the hell I am these years…

I am shocked not because I’m literally one of his fans that cannot see his performance in Indonesia live. I like his videos, but don’t admire him as a role model. I am shocked more like because he has grown so fast these years while I am still like this. I cannot help it to don’t compare him with myself. Okay, stop criticizing about me, I want to show you the point of this post..

Semua channel Youtube yang saya subscribe dan saya tonton videonya, banyak dari mereka yang mengungkapkan (di sela-sela videonya secara langsung maupun tidak) bahwa menjadi seorang Youtuber adalah suatu pekerjaan yang menghasilkan uang. “I love my job!” kata emmymadeinjapan, “From every view of this video I will donate $$$ to province xxx in Japan where lately been in earthquake” kata nigahiga. Dari sini saya baru sadar (again, where the hell have I been?) bahwa gak kayak socmed lainnya, Youtube berpeluang menjadi sumber penghasilan bagi penggunanya.

Langsung saya cao googling dan saya menemukan sebuah web bernama Social Blade. Situs ini dapat menganalisa social media dan mentaksir pendapatan dari Youtube user (berdasarkan kalkulasi views, subscribers, likes, dislikes, dan comments) jika ingin terikat kerjasama dengannya (CMIIW). Maka langsung saja saya memasukkan beberapa Youtuber yang saya subscribe dan inilah hasilnya.

kristina

simple

emmy

ken

ryan

Well, inilah kira-kira jumlah pendapatan para Youtuber di atas  jika para Youtuber ini bekerjasama dengan Social Blade. Tapi kalaupun tidak, Youtube punya alur sendiri bagi usernya yang ingin memonetisasikan videonya. Seperti yang tertera disini , nantinya user harus menghubungkan youtube account nya dengan Google adsense yang dia miliki, jika belum punya maka harus signup. Tinggal ikuti petunjuk dari link tsb dan kita bisa set-up akun Youtube agar dapat menghasilkan uang.

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Naaahh saya baru tau tentang hal ini, dan untuk menjawab rasa penasaran saya, saya coba untuk set-up channel for monetization. Dan beginilah tampilan Youtube saya sekarang yang sudah enable for monetization. Disitu tertera bahwa taksiran pendapatan saya masih $0.

anna

Well, sejauh ini saya masih belum tau bagaimana cara kerja selanjutnya secara saya belum upload video apapun. Tapi jika membaca dari petunjuknya, ketika kita meng-enable sebuah video yg ada di channel kita untuk monetisasi, itu artinya orang lain bisa pasang iklan disitu. itu artinya kita akan menerima sejumlah uang ke dalam akun kita untuk setiap penayangan video tsb. Kira-kira seperti itu.

Nah, bisa dibayangin kan, pendapatan si nigahiga kalo masing-masing videonya ditonton minimal 1juta kali?? ($_$)

Daaan untuk menutup postingan kali ini saya akan berbagi daftar 25 Youtuber dengan penghasilan tertinggi. Daftar ini diambil dari sini.

  • #41: TimothyDeLaGhetto – $1 million (578 million total video views)
  • #40: SHAYTARDS – $1 million (1.01 billion views)
  • #39: Shane Dawson – $1 million (1.1 billion views)
  • #38: TheRadBrad – $1 million (1.03b views)
  • #37: ElRubiusOMG – $1.1 million (917m views)
  • #36: Vsauce – $1.2 million (656 million views)
  • #35: EvanTubeHD – $1.3 million (766 million views)
  • #34: PrankvsPrank – $1.3 million (788m views)
  • #33: EpicMealTime – $1.3 million (721m views)
  • #32: FPSRussia – $1.3 million (600m views)
  • #31: MichellePhan – $1.3 million (985m views)
  • #30: TheDiamondMinecart – $1.4 million (1.01b views)
  • #29: Potemi926 – $1.6 million (655m views)
  • #28: Vegetta777 – $1.6 million (1.1b views)
  • #27: WhiteBoy7thst – $1.7 million (609m views)
  • #26: TheLonelyIsland – $1.7 million (1.4 billion views)
  • #25: Sxephil – $1.7 million (1.27b views)
  • #24: FreddieW – $1.8 million (1 billion views)
  • #23: SpeedyW03 – $2 million (943m views)
  • #22: TheBajanCanadian – $2 million (817m views)
  • #21: HolaSoyGerman – $2 million (1.3b views)
  • #20: TheWillyRex – $2 million (838m views)
  • #19: Tobuscus – $2 million (1.02b views)
  • #18: TheFineBros – $2.2 million (1.9b views)
  • #17: AdamThomasMoran – $2.2 million (703m views)
  • #16: SkyDoesMinecraft – $2.3 million (2.1b views)
  • #15: BoyceAvenue – $2.3 million (1.4b views)
  • #14: Nigahiga – $2.3 million (1.8b views)
  • #13: ERB – $2.4 million (1.1b views)
  • #12: CaptainSparklez – $3.2 million (1.5b views)
  • #11: CollegeHumor – $3.3 million (2.7b views)
  • #10: RealAnnoyingOrange – $3.4 million (2.1b views)
  • #9: UberHaxorNova – $3.5 million (1.3b views)
  • #8: RayWilliamJohnson – $4 million (2.7b views)
  • #7: TobyGames – $4.2 million (1.7b views)
  • #6: JennaMarbles – $4.3 million (1.5b views)
  • #5: BluCollection – $4.8 million (1.78b views)
  • #4: DisneyCollectorBR – $5 million (2.6b views)
  • #3: Smosh – $5.7 million (3.4b views)
  • #2: BlueXephos – $6.7 million (2.4b views)
  • #1: Pewdiepie – $7 million (5.4b views)

Gak pernah menyangka kalau orang-orang di atas yang kerjanya senang-senang di Youtube bisa dapet duit gede kan? Atau cuma saya yang baru tau ya? XD -_____-”

Apakah ada yang pernah menghasilkan uang lewat Youtube? Share opini kalian di komentar ya 🙂