How much is Nas Daily’s net worth?

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Nas Daily Net Worth as of 2021 is $5 MILLION.

With over 44 million followers across social media in 13 languages, Nas Daily’s net worth is estimated to be $5 Million.

If you are on Facebook, YouTube or any other social media channel, you will be familiar with a person who creates travel videos in 1 minute. Nuseir Yassin, founder and CEO of Nas Daily. Nas means ‘people’ in Arabic.

Nuseir Yassin is an Arab Israeli-born Kittitian citizen video blogger who is most notable for having created 1,000 daily one-minute-long videos on Facebook under the page Nas Daily.

He quit his full-time job at Venmo to start vlogging in 2016. He decided to explore the world, to document his travel and experiences on his videos. This ended up in his Facebook page, ‘Nas Daily’ which has over 20 Million followers as of Sep 2021.

As per Nas Academy, his online success didn’t shoot up overnight. He didn’t make any money in the first 500 days. It took travelling to many countries and thousands of hours to get himself to where he is today.

How much is Nas Daily’s estimated monthly revenue?

Nas Daily Estimated Monthly Revenue (2021)

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Although he had no prior training or qualifications in video production, he had a camera, $60,000 in savings, and a dream to change the world. Turns out that was all he needed – along with the realization that he was 32% done with life, according to the average male lifespan in the US.

Nas Daily’s net worth journey so far

Nas Daily net worth journey so far

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For the first 500 days of Nuseir’s creator journey, Facebook videos weren’t able to be monetized. In other words, half of Nas Daily’s journey generated $0 in income. Nuseir had to keep the company going by investing his entire life savings.

Slowly but surely, Nuseir started breaking even once he took on side gigs such as consulting and video gigs. These side hustles brought in around $2,000-$3,000 a month, which was barely enough money to live on and run a company with – but he made it work.

And then, one day, Facebook enabled monetization.

From there, Nas Daily officially took off.

How did Nas Daily start earning money?

It was day 609 when, overnight, the Nas Daily company went from racking up 100,000 views to a whopping 1 million views on Facebook.

At this point, it was 2017 and Nas Daily had gathered about 5 million followers. They were generating a monthly income of $15,000, coming from two main sources: Facebook ads ($10,000) and speaking engagements ($5,000).

Nuseir Yassin was travelling the world, creating content, and doing what he loved – all while generating a monthly revenue stream that rivalled his corporate salary. The more he created Facebook videos, the more he was approached to do public speaking gigs. And over time, brands who wanted to create videos just like Nas Daily started approaching them for help.

With time, Nas Daily’s net worth started growing. His income started averaging $20,000-$25,000 a month from Facebook, and around $15,000 from speaking gigs and brand deals – totalling up to an average monthly income of around $40,000 before the 1,000 days were up.

And then, finally, on January 5, 2019, Nuseir finished his 1,000-day journey – after 65 countries, 1,000 video uploads, and too many sleepless nights to count.

Nas Daily had become 10 million followers strong. And by the final day, Nuseir’s personal net worth was estimated to be $900,000.

After finishing his 1000 daily video journeys, in Feb 2019, Nas Daily officially started providing boutique video production services to brands under the Nas Studios company. Nuseir started scaling up its operations, hiring employees and building a team of talented creators to produce branded videos. They charged anywhere between $10,000-$70,000 per project. 

Before they knew it, Nas Studios was generating $100,000 a month gross profit, with around $40,000 in costs – making a monthly net profit of $60,000.

Nas Studios estimated monthly recurring revenue

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Nas Studios has gone on to collaborate with big-name celebrities like Steve Harvey and other notable clients that include the UAE Government, Facebook, Agoda, and many more.

In 2020, Nas Daily started Nas Academy, a school for video creators. In July 2021, Nas Academy raised $11 million to help creators build their own Masterclass-like courses. The Series A funding led by Lightspeed Venture Partners with additional backing from Balaji Srinivasan, Emilie Choi, TechAviv Founder Partners, 500 Startups, and Metapurse, among others.

Nas Academy offers courses ranging from $29 to $499 and Nas Academy will monetize by taking a cut of these revenues. The courses are taught by celebrities, entrepreneurs, successful influencers and include Entrepreneurs such as Ritesh Agarwal, Founder of OYO.

Nas Daily Net Worth & Income: Where Is He Now?

The Nas Daily Facebook Page has over 20 million followers, his Instagram is nearing 3 million followers, and on YouTube, Nas Daily has just surpassed 4 million subscribers.

As a result, Nas Daily is estimated to be averaging a total of $400,000-$500,000 in monthly revenue in 2021 – with around $100,000 coming from ads and $300,000 from projects.

Nas Daily now averages around 500 million views a month, in multiple different languages. But Nas Daily isn’t just one page – it’s 16 pages.

Part of what has allowed Nas Daily’s popularity and net worth to grow is through using Nas Global. Nas Global allows Nas Daily to be translated into 13 different languages and, therefore, shared on over 16 different social media accounts that can each be localized and better monetized. This brilliant and unique strategy ensures that Nas Daily’s content as well as Nas Academy’s resources can stretch far beyond any real-world barrier.

From a scholar turned multi-millionaire, a software engineer turned vlogger, an inspirational story of a man who wanted to change the world and went for it.



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