There’s no denying that social media influencers are taking the digital world by storm. And with that, many industries are finding ways to connect with them to help produce compelling content that their target audience will love.
Over the past decade, many A-listers have made their mark on online platforms. Allowing them to get paid over a million dollars for a single post. On the other hand, non-celebrity influencers make some good money too, earning hundreds of thousands of dollars regularly.
Seeing that these non-celebrity influencers are some of the highest-paid individuals in the industry, we can’t deny that it makes us curious about how these people established themselves in an incredibly competitive field.
From signing a simple contract agreement to producing high-quality content for their page, these influencers won’t be slowing down anytime soon. In this article, we’ve rounded up some of the top-earning influencers in the industry. By the end, they might inspire you to up your Instagram game. Let’s take a look!
Sitting comfortably at number 27 on Hopper’s 2019 Instagram Rich List, next is Eleonora Pons. She is a Venezuelan-born influencer with a whopping 43.9 million follower count. With that, it isn’t surprising to know that she can get about $144,000 per post, giving her a net worth of $3 million.
Eleanora Pons started off with vine and branched out to create fun, comedy sketches on Youtube. Slowly after garnering internet fame, she began releasing music, starred in other artists’ music videos, guested on TV, movies, and more.
Making about $58,300 per post, Chiara Ferragni is one of the original influencers on our list. She is an Italian-born fashion influencer who gained popularity through her blog, The Blonde Salad.
She has worked with reputable brands, such as Guess, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger, and even Chanel. Because of this, it isn’t surprising to know that Chiara signs hundreds of simple contract agreements to ensure that all her projects and collaborations are in place.
Besides that, Chiara was the first blogger to appear on the cover of Vogue and was featured in the Spanish edition back in 2015. With nearly 24 million Instagram followers, she has a net worth of $17 million.
Steering toward the fitness industry, one of the biggest names in the field is Michelle Lewin, who makes about $33,900 per post. She first started as a Venezuelan model and is now based in South Florida, creating workouts, products, and personal training programs, making her one of the top fitness influencers online.
Michelle has about 13.8 million followers, giving her a net worth of $43 million. Because of this, her popularity and success allowed her to produce her own line of supplements. As well as workout equipment so fans can stay fit the way she does.
Nikkie De Jager
Nikkie De Jager, or NikkieTutorials, is a beauty influencer that lands at number 62 on Hopper’s list. With almost 14 million Instagram followers, she makes $29,600 per sponsored post. The known beauty vlogger and makeup artist have a net worth of $6 million.
The defining moment of her career was in 2015. When she launched her YouTube video called “The Power of Makeup,” it showed her face with and without makeup. It went viral and inspired many other videos that started a conversation about what makeup means to people.
The Bottom Line: Content Creators are the Hustlers of the Digital World
Seeing that creating content keeps influencers alive, they need to make sure that they have the right tools and skills to help continue creating compelling content. From simple contract agreements to high-paying collaborations, these influencers will continue to rank higher on charts and take over the digital world.
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