Things You Didn’t Know About Shelby
Published: October 14, 2022
Last updated: January 4, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
I Help Beginners Build Profitable Websites
Welcome to the ultimate analysis of the legendary Shelby Church for 2024.
I’ve spent thousands of hours watching successful business educators on YouTube, including both men and women. I originally found Shelby as Sam and Shaan from the My First Million podcast mentioned her a few months ago, and have now become one of her biggest fans.
The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure businesses online, so you can see what it takes to find your own success, starting today.
Shelby Church At A Glance
💡Full Name and Age
Shelby Church is 28 years old, having been born on the 10th of February, 1997.
🤑 Net Worth
Like many popular YouTubers with at least a million subscribers, she has become a millionaire.
As of 2024, Shelby Church has a net worth of $3,200,000 USD.
This is based on the value of her home, investment properties, car and online business.
Most of this was generated by creating an audience and constantly publishing videos about real estate, travel and business.
🤩 Income Streams
Shelby makes her money by holding real estate and her AirBnbs, plus providing affiliate links and accepting the occasional brand sponsorship.
She currently resides in Seattle part-time and spends the rest of her time traveling.
Many people appreciate her hustle and diligence when it comes to finding awesome deals. She’s also relatable and appeals to both men and women equally.
❌ Notable Complaints
At times, I’ve felt that she makes these deals appear easy to source.
🚀 The X-Factor
She’s young and ambitious and speaks as though she’s 10 years old.
📈 Creator Trends
Shelby’s almost maxed out her audience growth but has many loyal fans, including myself.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
I’ve noticed that numerous creator profiles are clearly outdated or provide inaccurate information.
Shelby Church DOES have a boyfriend. She is no longer single and after numerous dates, is now dating Sam Wickert.
Graham Stephan is merely a friend of hers and they connected through their common love of real estate.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
Shelby’s definitely one-of-a-kind and a gift to the business and real estate community on YouTube.
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 Shelby Church make and how?
I’m estimating that Shelby makes $20,000/month through real estate, plus an additional $12,000 per month on YouTube through:
➜ SoFi affiliate links placed in her video descriptions
➜ Accepting the occasional brand sponsorship
➜ Running ads on her YouTube videos (high RPMs!)
At this time, she does not have her own course or community outside of social media.
Shelby Church is planning an OnlyFans documentary, but isn’t a creator on the platform herself.
Shelby’s audience really praises her for:
➜ Being authentic on every video
➜ Working seriously hard all the time
➜ Sharing her secrets and property deals
➜ Avoiding any sensationalized claims
And I personally love seeing her creative strategies and long-form interviews.
Creator Red Flags
So I did several hours of combing through blogs, Reddit and Facebook communities to see if Shelby had stirred any controversy, and unfortunately, Scott Shafer called her out here:
Just like any creator, she does have some haters and trolls.
The X Factor
Some of Shelby’s unique qualities include:
➜ Her communication style is flawless
➜ She works seriously hard on her channel
➜ She’ll speak the truth, even when it’s hard
➜ Her editing and publishing skills are MINT
And with almost 2 million subscribers, her approach is absolutely working!
Ultimately, I’ve learned a ton from watching her creative videos on Youtube. She’s someone who I look up to, despite being about 7 years older.
My key takeaways include:
➜ Start working on building your audience today
➜ Find someone who supports you on the journey
➜ Be willing to work on the hard things
➜ The grind is unforgiving, but it’s worth it
And above all else, just be yourself.