Things You Didn’t Know About Matt
Published: November 13, 2022
Last updated: January 4, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
I Help Beginners Build Profitable Websites
Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Diesel Creek for 2024. Both Matt’s channel and Andrew Caramata are some of the most incredible creators on the platform.
I’ve closely watched the success of many YouTube creators. From watching so many hours of content, I’ve found there are many lessons that we, as the audience, can learn along the way.
The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure businesses. I hope to inspire you to create your own success online, starting today.
Diesel Creek Facts
💡Full Name and Age
Diesel Creek is run entirely by Matt who is 27 years old. Unfortunately, I could not find his last name.
🤑 Net Worth
Many people are surprised by how rich YouTube has made this young man.
As of 2024, Matt from Diesel Creek on YouTube has a net worth of $2,200,000 USD.
This is based upon the value of his personal home, machinery equipment (about 20 units), the value of his business and his personal goods.
In addition, he owns a few cars and trucks.
Hard work truly pays off!
🤩 Income Streams
Selling merchandise, Youtube ads, Amazon links and brand sponsorships.
Matt lives in Burgettstown, PA, United States.
He’s incredibly talented at fixing things but his content game has improved over the years significantly.
❌ Notable Complaints
None that I could find
🚀 The X-Factor
Matt tackles projects that most people would run from, and it’s so satisfying to see him succeed.
📈 Creator Trends
His growth on YouTube continues to rise.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
Like most creators, he wishes to keep his girlfriend’s details a secret. She has her own life after all.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
There is a shortage of people like Matt in this world.
But with his channel, hopefully, he’ll breed some more. 🙂
A living legend who’s willing to give anything a try.
I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.
Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.
How much does Diesel Creek make and how?
Diesel Creek has gone full-time on YouTube for a living and makes $9,200 on the platform.
That may come across as quite surprising, but here’s how he does it:
➜ Matt has Shell as a brand sponsor given that many of his subscribers are mechanics or at the very least, mechanically minded
➜ Matt earns from YouTube ads that play during his videos, and given that people watch most videos until the end, he earns quite well
➜ Matt links people to Amazon to buy products where he earns a 4% commission and given how much value he’s given us, I’m more than willing to use his links
➜ Matt sells his own merchandise on DieselCreek.com which appeals to the most diehard fans like myself
So that’s hopefully shown you how he’s able to fund his machinery rescues and freedom-based lifestyle. Maybe it’s your turn to create your own success, starting today.
Diesel Creek’s Praise
There are so many reasons to love his channel:
➜ He saves the environment from rust and contamination
➜ His determination and perseverance are rather incredible
➜ He’ll do things that 99.9% of people would give up on
➜ His problem-solving ability is literally out of this world
And most importantly, despite his success on YouTube, he remains a truly humble gentleman.
I hope to meet him in person one day.
Diesel Creek’s Red Flags
With fame often comes controversy, but Matt has none of the sorts. His fans will always be by his side for being such an incredible creator. He doesn’t create any clickbait, nonsense or drama, and instead, focuses on getting his jobs done.
I think many of us have learned a ton from watching Diesel Creek’s impressive video on Youtube.
My key takeaways include:
➜ Tackle the projects that others ignore
➜ Real skills to take your life forward
➜ Freedom is possible for many of us
➜ Work on things that challenge you
And don’t give up at the first sign of failure.
Just think: “What would Matt do?”
So from one fan of Diesel Creek to another, I do hope we cross paths really soon. 🙂