Too old to be a YouTuber? Well, below you will find 5 people who disagree – Another reason I began the Senior Tuber Alliance is that there are many women who feel once they turn 60 they are too old for many things. Some think they are too old to start a business, too old for dating, and too old to have fun. And of course, it’s absurd to become a YouTube Creator at this age. Right? Wrong!
I’m here to share a few of the older YouTube Creators out there. Take a look at what they are doing from comedy to gaming and see if you can’t connect with the fun and joy they are having doing what they do. How does it make you feel that someone your age or older is being fully alive and purposeful? Want to feel that too? Well, you can. All on your own if you want … but
If you find yourself inspired and would love a place to learn and grow as a community of senior tubers, well then, connect with us in a few ways.
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- Learn more about us at ThriveAnyway.com
And now, let’s introduce our guest YouTubers:
(please note that some of these creators have passed, but they were the age I posted while active)
- Gramma and Ginga – Over 400k Subscribers – Two sisters who are completely different sharing conversations and life – Ages 99 and 104
- Country Foods – Over 1.5 million subscribers – Even though 105-year-old grandma is gone, her family still earns thousands of dollars a year on her videos.
- Shirley Curry – Over 1 million subscribers – Watch as this 85-year-old Gaming Grandma shares her gaming and life with you.
- 3GoldenSistersTV – Over 30k subscribers – Watch as 85-year-old Grandma Mary does whatever she can to entertain you and make you laugh
- Kevin and Lill – Over 500k subscribers – For 3 years Kevin videoed his 87-year-old grandmother Lill and posted them on YouTube without her knowing until one day she was recognized in public and found out she was a celebrity! That’s when it all blew up!
I have a vision that all YouTube Creators will tag their channels with the tag #SeniorTuber so that when we want to view videos of people from our own generation, we can access them.
I hope you enjoyed these creators.
Now, would you like to become one? I hope so.
Have a Frantastic Day!
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Chef William says
This is really cool, I am going to enjoy following people in my age bracket (82) Thanks for introducing us to this.
Thanks, William, that’s EXACTLY why I wanted to create this channel. It’s still taking form but be patient, there should be YT Lives so we can all learn, grow and share
If we have more 60 plus people out there on YouTube the world would be a better place- and be getting worthwhile information as opposed to the lack of knowledge from inexperienced millennials!
Hi Pam, you’re right, while I believe everyone’s voice matters, I also think having a voice of wisdom and time is surely needed.
So as this channel,/group evolves, it hopefully will form into a nice community of people supporting each other. Thank you so much for commenting.
Laura O says
I have bern planning to start my channel for a couple years. Thank you for the fantastic inspiration. I will subscribe and join your FB community!
Hi Laura, because of you and other women who are interested in learning more about YouTube, I created a course. If you are at all interested, take a look. If not, I’ll see you in the group! https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/cu/oPnqllp/course
Lisa Carmichael says
Such a great idea. Some of the seniors on YouTube have been catching my attention. I love that you’ve created a community. Congratulations
Thank you, Lisa, It’s all in the infancy stage at the moment but I see a huge community emerging. I hope you’ll join us.
Hi Lisa, because of you and other women who commented positively about YouTube for seniors, I created a course. If you are at all interested or know a mature woman who might be, please pass this along. Thanks, https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/cu/oPnqllp/course (I’m keeping registration open for a couple of weeks)
Paul Taubman says
It’s so inspiring to see people thriving in their 60s and beyond! Although I am not quite 60 (but only a few years away), I’m definitely going to check out some of these channels for some fun and inspiration.
It just goes to prove that it’s never too late to start learning new things and new technology. Too often, the stereotype that the ‘older generations’ cannot work with the internet or social media is used as an excuse not to engage them. But it’s simply not true!
Thanks for sharing this – it really makes me feel like anything is possible, no matter my age. 🙂
Thank you, Paul, that’s what I want to do. Inspire others to step beyond whatever they thought was behind that door. Whether it is fear, understanding, or just doubt. I hope you love exploring YouTube and all it has to offer. Please feel free to share whatever transpires.