Status Life compiles data from YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, Daily Motion, Mixer, and Instagram and uses the data to make statistical graphs and charts that track progress and growth. We include information such as estimated earnings and future projections, providing both numerical data and easy-to-read graphs. Statistics are freely available to anyone using our website or smartphone apps. Status Life currently tracks 23+ million YouTube channels, 6+ million Twitter Profiles, 5+ million Twitch channels, 206+ thousand Daily Motion users, and 416+ thousand Mixer Streamers. Status Life reaches over 7 million unique visitors every month with a good portion of those users checking the site every day.
Status Life operates a news blog that reports on the top stories in the digital media industry. We aim to bring you fast, timely updates on everything online video and social media, as well as full coverage of prominent events and breaking news.
Status Life also help foster a sense of community between our users through the use of our social media outlets, newsletters, and blog posts. We frequently highlight up-and-coming YouTube creators around our website and on our homepage. We attend industry events and host meet-ups in an effort to bring online communities to the third dimension.
Status Life provides support for our users through several channels. We have a support ticket system where questions about our products and services can be asked and answered. We also provide more general support through our social media and live chat system.
For questions directed to our experts that aren't about Status Life's products, we offer premium consulting and channel management services to help users grow their online presence and establish personal brands.
Status Life was founded in 2008 by Jason Urgo to track statistics of the then-popular website Digg. In 2010, we switched to tracking YouTube statistics. Following the breakout success of YouTube statistics we added a number of other platforms such as Twitch statistics in 2013, Instagram statistics in 2014, Twitter statistics in 2016, Daily Motion statistics in 2017, and Mixer statistics in 2018.
Status Life was officially incorporated in 2012, and has gone from being Urgo's part-time hobby to a full-fledged business with a full team helping to run the company.
Status Life is constantly looking towards the future, and how we can expand to report on more social media sites, provide better services to our users, and make data as accessible as possible.
We also strive to increase our reach through reporting more industry news on our blog and by forming business relationships with respected organizations such as YouTube, Twitch, Amazon, BroadbandTV, Semaphore, and more.