Why do people watch reaction videos?

Reaction videos are fun and entertaining. They’re a good way to pass time while waiting in line, sitting at the doctor’s office, or watching TV. People who enjoy these videos also like to laugh at other people’s reactions when they have something bad happen to them. The more ridiculous the video, the better.

Reaction videos are also great for sharing on social media because they contain the perfect amount of information without any long-winded explanations. The best part about them is that they’re usually funny, which makes it easy for viewers to share them with friends and family members who might not understand why anyone would want to watch someone else react to something so life-changing. 

How much money do reaction videos make?

The average reaction video on YouTube earns around $50 per day, which is not bad for a short video that’s easy to make.

How much money do reaction videos make?

The average reaction video on YouTube earns around $50 per day, which is not bad for a short video that’s easy to make.

However, there are many factors that affect how much money you can expect from your videos. The first step is to find out how many views you need to get before you start making money from them.

Who started reaction videos?

The earliest ones were created by people who used them to make fun of their friends, but they quickly grew in popularity and shifted away from that initial purpose.

The first reaction video was uploaded to YouTube on November 1, 2007 by a user named “YouTubeReaction. The video was titled “In the Kitchen,” and it featured several different scenes of people reacting to a cooking show. It was viewed more than 10 million times before being removed from YouTube in 2009 due to copyright claims.

The most popular reaction videos today are those that feature celebrities. In 2015, PewDiePie (real name Felix Kjellberg) earned $4 million for his channel by posting videos of himself laughing at other people’s reactions to viral videos on YouTube. He has also made money from other ways: He sells merchandise through his website and has sponsored several gaming events — including one event where he donated $50,000 to charity if one person could complete some challenges inside an arena filled with thousands of screaming fans in attendance. 

When did reaction videos become a thing?

When did reaction videos become a thing?

The easiest way to explain the rise of the reaction video is by looking at the rise of Vine.

Vine was a video-sharing app that came out in 2012 and gave people an easy way to record, edit, and share six-second videos. It became wildly popular among teens who used it to make comedy shorts, but it also found an audience with celebrities like Shaq and LeBron James.

In 2013, Vine launched its first official app for iOS devices. Around this time, YouTube also launched its first official mobile app for Android phones. As a result, more people than ever started watching videos on their phones instead of their computers.

As more people got hooked on Vine’s short form content and began sharing their own Vines online, they were faced with two options: watch them on laptops or use Snapchat filters on their phones. The latter was much easier since you didn’t need a fancy laptop to take a funny picture or record a short video — just your phone and some free apps (like Filmora) that made it easy to edit your clips together into something coherently funny in seconds. 

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