Fun Facts About Nathan’s Pest Control Channel
Published: September 15, 2023
Last updated: September 15, 2023
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Nathan from EDGE Of The Outback for 2023. He’s certainly become famous in the last few years! I was watching his channel back when he had only 40,000 subscribers and he’s on his way to one million and his special plaque.
The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure careers as creators. I hope to inspire you to create your own success online, starting today.
EDGE Of The Outback Facts
💡Full Name and Age
Nathan Stuart (age 39)
🤑 Net Worth
This is based on the value of the channel, not the man himself…
As of 2023, EDGE Of The Outback has a net worth of $175,000 Australian dollars.
This is based on the advertising power and influence this channel has, particularly towards Australian hunters.
Like many of us, Nathan isn’t rich but he isn’t poor either. He’s just worked hard for the past 20 years. He just gets to do more of what he loves now, with the respect of many Australian farmers along the way.
🤩 Income Streams
Patreon, YouTube ads and affiliate links.
New South Wales
Down to earth, passionate and relatable, while being a campaigner for the industry.
❌ Notable Complaints
🚀 The X-Factor
He likes to eat cold KFC wraps late at night. One of a kind!
📈 Creator Trends
Nathan’s channel continues to grow organically.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
Nathan is married with a wife and a daughter, with both rarely seen on his channel.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
Just like OzzieReviews, Nathan has done so much for the industry and I hope his channel continues to grow in popularity.
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Where is EDGE Of The Outback located?
The farms that EDGE Of The OUTBACK films on are undisclosed to protect the privacy of the farmers who own livestock there. However, they are located in the Upper Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia.
Nathan either gets permission from land holders, or most recently, gains contracts for pest eradication. This permits him to own a Cat. D which are hard (or near-impossible) to obtain otherwise.
He doesn’t run ‘tag-along’ tours for his audience as he wants to keep his online life and offline life seperated. He cares about his privacy, much like other YouTubers.
How much does EDGE Of The Outback make and how?
Based off channel metrics, I’m estimating that EDGE Of The OUTBACK earns $17,000 per month on YouTube. That’s a 6-figure income while doing what you love!
However, that’s only come recently and he was balancing YouTube on the side with his full-time job as an engineer during the week, plus the occasional weekend marathon.
Nathan is one of the lucky few that has turned his YouTube content into a full-time job. That said, it isn’t easy as has to do a ton of editing after a weekend of filming. Let’s not forget the big cost into scopes, filming equipment and other gear along the way.
Anyway, he achieves these remarkable numbers through:
➜ Patreon (go and support him there, it’s well worth it!)
➜ Affiliate links to products he uses and recommends
➜ Occasional brand sponsorship deals (moreso in the way of receiving products for big discounts, or even free)
➜ YouTube ads, although I think he was demonetized like most people in this category
Nathan is definitely treating his channel like a real business and deserves every dollar he makes, in my opinion.
Many can relate to Nathan because:
➜ He doesn’t have that typical ego of a hunter
➜ He practices widely-accepted principles for humane pest eradication
➜ His filming, editing and humor are combined perfectly
➜ He even shows us his outtakes and lessons learned
He’s also doing something that many of us would love to do, and almost feel that we’re right there beside him!
Creator Red Flags
He hasn’t really upset anyone apart from the vegans.
Although using a .308 on mice is next level hectic! 😆
Nathan is my favourite channel, but I also watch:
➜ Mark and Sam After Work
➜ OzzieMan Reviews
➜ Stu on his kayak
➜ Pig Brig and Jager Pro
Definitely recommend those channels!
Clearly, I hold a ton of admiration and respect for Nathan’s journey and rise to popularity on the platform. It hasn’t been easy navigating all of YouTube’s policies, but he’s done well to bring the sport to the masses and do so much for the industry. I look forward to shaking his hand one day!