He's the most popular person on YouTube and is said to have taken home $7m (£4.5m) in 2014.
Let's not get greedy, but it would be nice to earn even a fraction of what Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, does.
So, Newsbeat asked him for his top tips to make it as a successful vlogger. This is his advice.
"Keep having fun with it and don't try to hard. I think a lot of people try and mimic other people too much. Go your own path," he says.
"Try out different things, that's how I started off.
"I started off doing Call of Duty stuff, not a lot of people know that. It's a fun game.
"But all of sudden I was like, I want to try something else, so I tried playing this horror game and that's where I think my initial boom started, from trying something else.
So, assuming you make it big as a vlogger, won't all the other YouTube stars get jealous of your amazing success and massive following?
"I wish there was competition. I want some drama," jokes PewDiePie.
"That's not what I meant. Everyone's really friendly and cool."
But just in case you think it seems easy, PewDiePie says there's more to vlogging than meets the eye.
In a video he posted about his earnings, called Let's Talk About Money, he said: "Whenever it comes out how much I made a certain year, people just get so shocked.
"A lot of people are also very, very angry.
"They think I just sit on my ass all day and yell at the screen over here. Which is true. But there's so much more to it than that."