Bethany Noel Mota who is professionally known as 'Bethany Mota' in the YouTube world has an estimated net worth of $3 million from her varied career.
Mota has won four awards and has been nominated for five awards and also was nominated for the Young Hollywood Award in 2014 for Viral Superstar.
Source of Earning
From her career as an actress, YouTuber, fashion designer, and singer, Mota has earned a whopping net worth of $3 million.
Owns a House Worth $1.5 million
Mota and her boyfriend Dominic Sandoval owns a house worth $1.5 million in San Francisco, California. The house stands on 3,888 square-foot of land that includes five bedrooms, six baths with a guest bathroom, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and many other luxurious decorations.
YouTuber Boyfriend - Dominic Sandoval
Mota is in a relationship with Dominic Sandoval who is known as D-Trix. Sandoval has an estimated net worth of $1 million from his career as YouTuber, dancer, actor, and judge of the dance competition.
Earning from YouTube
Mota's major source of income is from her YouTube channel as she joined YouTube 0n Jun 8, 2009. She has around 10.1 million subscribers and a total of 985,221,387 views on her channel. On average a YouTuber earns $3 - $5 per 1000 video views.
Earning as Author
The YouTube star is also an author and has been earning a sum of money from her books. She is the author of 'Make Your Mind Up: My Guide to Finding Your Own Style, Life, and Motivation!' which is about some life, love tips, and other original recipes, DIY and style hacks. On average an author earns a salary of $55,420 per year.
Partnered with a Clothing Line
Mota has also been earning from her clothing line which she partnered with a retail company J. C. Penney and Forever 21 in December 2013. Not only in the fashion line, but Mota has also launched her own perfumes and accessories at Aéropostale which is also a retail company in an American shopping mall.
Paid $325,000 to promote brands
Bethany Mota used to promote and give a review on several brands on her channel. Likewise, Studio 71 that pairs influencers with brands offered Mota to promote the skincare brand. They also paid a fee of $325,000 while bearing all the fooding and lodging charges along with her manager who is Mota's own dad. Later the deal turned out to become unsuccessful and Mota didn't promote their brand.