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How much money a YouTube star with 100,000 subscribers makes: fitness influencer

Joe Farrington, 18, lives in the UK and posts fitness videos to his YouTube channel "Joe Fazer" with 139,000 subscribers.  Farrington told Business Insider that he treats YouTube like a full-time job and earns money through sponsorships and ads in his videos.  YouTube creators like Farrington earn money off the platform through YouTube's Partner Program, which lets creators monetize their channels with video ads. On average, Farrington's YouTube channel earns about $560 a month from the ads th...
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How much money YouTube pays creators with 100,000 subscribers per month, according to a fitness influencer

Joe Farrington, 18, lives in the UK and posts fitness videos to his YouTube channel "Joe Fazer" with 139,000 subscribers.  Farrington told Business Insider that he treats YouTube like a full-time job and earns money through sponsorships and ads in his videos.  YouTube creators like Farrington earn money off the platform through YouTube's Partner Program, which lets creators monetize their channels with video ads. On average, Farrington's YouTube channel earns about $560 a month from the ads th...
Tags: Google, UK, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, University, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Farrington, My Protein, David Dobrik, Business Insider Before, Dobrik, YouTube s Partner Program, Preston Arsement


YouTube Star David Dobrik to Host ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Table-Read Special

Nickelodeon is hoping to lure David Dobrik fans to the depths of Bikini Bottom, announcing the popular YouTube vlogger as host for a special virtual table read by the cast of “SpongeBob SquarePants” airing next month. Dobrik, who has over 17 million YouTube followers, will emcee “The Stars of SpongeBob Fan Favorites Special,” bringing together […]
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YouTube talent managers share the biggest challenge they face in helping build an influencer's career

Many successful YouTube creators aren't doing it all themselves and some have assistants and video editors to help with production. But for many social-media stars, handing off part of their work load to someone new isn't easy. Business Insider spoke to five talent managers who work with YouTube creators across the lifestyle, gaming, beauty, and fashion verticals to learn what it's really like to manage influencers. The managers shared that one of the biggest challenges to managing a digital c...
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YouTube managers reveal the secret details of their jobs working with influencers, from dealing with hackers and breakups to locating rare animals

Many YouTube creators have a talent manager who helps them secure major deals and diversify their online brands. The life of a YouTube talent manager can be exciting, with red carpet events and fun projects. It can also be a challenging gig, as "cancel culture" continues to grow and the latest crop of influencers gets younger in age.  Business Insider spoke to five talent managers who work with YouTube creators across the lifestyle, gaming, beauty, and fashion verticals to learn what it's real...
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Business Insider, Shane Dawson, Instagram Stories, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Mongeau, Emma Chamberlain, Jordan Worona, Charli D Amelio


5 YouTube talent managers share the secrets of what it's really like to work with influencers – from dealing with account hacks and breakups to finding an ostrich for a video

Many YouTube creators have a talent manager who helps them secure major deals and diversify their online brands. The life of a YouTube talent manager can be exciting, with red carpet events and fun projects. It can also be a challenging gig, as "cancel culture" continues to grow and the latest crop of influencers gets younger in age.  Business Insider spoke to five talent managers who work with YouTube creators across the lifestyle, gaming, beauty, and fashion verticals to learn what it's real...
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Business Insider, Shane Dawson, Instagram Stories, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Mongeau, Emma Chamberlain, Jordan Worona, Charli D Amelio


5 YouTube talent managers share the secrets of what it's really like to work with influencers – from reacting to PR disasters to negotiating brand deals

Many YouTube creators have a talent manager who helps them secure major deals and diversify their online brands. The life of a YouTube talent manager can be exciting, with red carpet events and fun projects. It can also be a challenging gig, as "cancel culture" continues to grow and the latest crop of influencers gets younger in age.  Business Insider spoke to five talent managers who work with YouTube creators across the lifestyle, gaming, beauty, and fashion verticals to learn what it's real...
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Business Insider, Shane Dawson, Instagram Stories, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Mongeau, Emma Chamberlain, Jordan Worona, Charli D Amelio


How much money YouTube pays for 1 million views, according to 5 creators

YouTube's Partner Program allows influencers to earn money off their channels by placing ads within videos.  Google places these ads and pays a creator a rate based on factors like a video's watch time and viewer demographic. Business Insider spoke with five YouTube creators — Marina Mogilko, Kevin David, Austen Alexander, Jade Darmawangsa, and Shelby Church — about how much each of them earned from videos with 1 million views. Their answers ranged from $3,600 to $40,000. Visit Business Inside...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Australia, Youtube, Trends, David, Silicon Valley, US Navy, Business Insider, Alexander, Amazon FBA, YouTube Business Insider, David Dobrik, Dobrik, Kevin David, Shelby Church


How to start a TikTok influencer house, YouTuber monthly incomes, and Instagram DM networking

Welcome back to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! This is Amanda Perelli, writing to you from home, and here's an update on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. This week, my colleague Dan Whateley spoke to the founder of "Drip Crib," a new TikTok influencer group and collab house, on his strategy to try and turn a profit.  As TikTok stars move to Los Angeles to pursue careers in entertainment, many are getting houses together and forming creator "collectives." The...
Tags: Instagram, Los Angeles, Trends, Netflix, Nebraska, Business Insider, Dan, Logan Paul, YouTube Instagram, Tubefilter, James Charles, Kat Tenbarge, Instagram DM, Julia Alexander, David Dobrik, Fanjoy


Cash App scammers are impersonating Jeffree Starr and David Dobrik in order to fake cash giveaways and defraud people

Cash App scammers are impersonating YouTubers and influencers who frequently run cash giveaways in order to fleece unsuspecting fans. When YouTubers like Jeffree Star and David Dobrik announced recent cash giveaways, scammers targeted fans requesting cash, using fake Cash App accounts to pose as the celebrities in question. The scammers would message people asking to be wired a small amount to "verify" victims' identity, then make off with the money. In many cases, they were successful. The tr...
Tags: Trends, Paypal, Square, Jack Dorsey, Jeffree Starr, Jeffree Star, Narang, David Dobrik, Cash App, Tenable Narang


Cash App scammers are impersonating Jeffree Star and David Dobrik in order to fake cash giveaways and defraud people

Cash App scammers are impersonating YouTubers and influencers who frequently run cash giveaways in order to fleece unsuspecting fans. When YouTubers like Jeffree Star and David Dobrik announced recent cash giveaways, scammers targeted fans requesting cash, using fake Cash App accounts to pose as the celebrities in question. The scammers would message people asking to be wired a small amount to "verify" victims' identity, then make off with the money. In many cases, they were successful. The tr...
Tags: Trends, Paypal, Square, Jack Dorsey, Jeffree Star, Narang, David Dobrik, Cash App, Tenable Narang


How to get in contact with top influencers using Instagram direct messages, according to a CEO who has used DMs to land clients like TikTok star Addison Rae

Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. Business Insider spoke to Chris Vaccarino, the founder and CEO of the influencer-focused e-commerce company Fanjoy, on his tips for reaching influencers via Instagram DM. Messaging on Instagram is a main way the company has signed some of its clients — like TikTok stars Addison Rae Easterling (nearly 40 million followers) and Alex Warren (10 million followers), along with Netflix's "The Ci...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Galanis, Easterling, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Fanjoy, Chris Vaccarino, Vaccarino, Alex Warren, Steven Galanis, Hype House, Addison Rae, TikTok YouTube, Jake Paul David Dobrik


How to get in contact with top influencers using Instagram direct messages, according to a CEO who has landed clients like TikTok star Addison Rae with a simple DM

Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. Business Insider spoke to Chris Vaccarino, the founder and CEO of the influencer-focused e-commerce company Fanjoy, on his tips for reaching influencers via Instagram DM. Messaging on Instagram is a main way the company has signed some of its clients — like TikTok stars Addison Rae Easterling (nearly 40 million followers) and Alex Warren (10 million followers), along with Netflix's "The Ci...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Galanis, Easterling, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Fanjoy, Chris Vaccarino, Vaccarino, Alex Warren, Steven Galanis, Hype House, Addison Rae, TikTok YouTube, Jake Paul David Dobrik


How to use Instagram direct messages to reach top influencers and celebs, according to a CEO who used DMs to land clients like TikTok star Addison Rae

Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. Business Insider spoke to Chris Vaccarino, the founder and CEO of the influencer-focused e-commerce company Fanjoy, on his tips for reaching influencers via Instagram DM. Messaging on Instagram is a main way the company has signed some of its clients — like TikTok stars Addison Rae Easterling (nearly 40 million followers) and Alex Warren (10 million followers), along with Netflix's "The Ci...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Galanis, Easterling, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Fanjoy, Chris Vaccarino, Vaccarino, Alex Warren, Steven Galanis, Hype House, Addison Rae, TikTok YouTube, Jake Paul David Dobrik


How to use Instagram direct messages to reach top influencers and celebs, according to a CEO who has used DMs to land clients like TikTok star Addison Rae

Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. Business Insider spoke to Chris Vaccarino, the founder and CEO of the influencer-focused e-commerce company Fanjoy, on his tips for reaching influencers via Instagram DM. Messaging on Instagram is a main way the company has signed some of its clients — like TikTok stars Addison Rae Easterling (nearly 40 million followers) and Alex Warren (10 million followers), along with Netflix's "The Ci...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Galanis, Easterling, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Fanjoy, Chris Vaccarino, Vaccarino, Alex Warren, Steven Galanis, Hype House, Addison Rae, TikTok YouTube, Jake Paul David Dobrik


How to reach top influencers via Instagram direct message and actually get a response, according to a CEO who used it to land clients like TikTok stars Addison Rae and Alex Warren

Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. Business Insider spoke to Chris Vaccarino, the founder and CEO of the influencer-focused e-commerce company Fanjoy, on his tips for reaching influencers via Instagram DM. Messaging on Instagram is a main way the company has signed some of its clients — like TikTok stars Addison Rae Easterling (nearly 40 million followers) and Alex Warren (10 million followers), along with Netflix's "The Ci...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Galanis, Easterling, Tana Mongeau, David Dobrik, Fanjoy, Chris Vaccarino, Vaccarino, Alex Warren, Steven Galanis, Hype House, Addison Rae, TikTok YouTube, Jake Paul David Dobrik


8 ways YouTube and Instagram influencers are earning money besides advertising, as brand sponsorships stall

Influencers on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok are making money off their success online in a number of ways. The ad business has been hurting for influencers in recent weeks as brands have cut marketing budgets to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But the creator economy has grown well beyond its sponsored post roots. Influencers earn money by selling merchandise, creating subscription-based memberships, commission sales, and other popular sources of ...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Youtube, Digital, US, Trends, Walmart, New York Times, Ariana Grande, Wall Street Journal, Patreon, Business Insider, Forbes, Salina


8 ways YouTube and Instagram influencers are earning money without relying on advertising, as brand deals decline

Influencers on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok are making money off their success online in a number of ways. The ad business has been hurting for influencers in recent weeks as brands have cut marketing budgets to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But the creator economy has grown well beyond its sponsored post roots. Influencers earn money by selling merchandise, creating subscription-based memberships, commission sales, and other popular sources of ...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Youtube, Digital, US, Trends, Walmart, New York Times, Ariana Grande, Wall Street Journal, Patreon, Business Insider, Forbes, Salina


8 major ways YouTube stars and Instagram influencers can earn money without relying on advertising, as brand deals fall

Influencers on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok are making money off their success online in a number of ways. The ad business has been hurting for influencers in recent weeks as brands have cut marketing budgets to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But the creator economy has grown well beyond its sponsored post roots. Influencers earn money by selling merchandise, creating subscription-based memberships, commission sales, and other popular sources of ...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Youtube, Digital, US, Trends, Walmart, New York Times, Ariana Grande, Wall Street Journal, Patreon, Business Insider, Forbes, Salina


The influencer economy hasn't been destroyed by the advertising meltdown, as creators make money from merch, subscriptions, and even personalized shout-outs

Advertisers have sliced budgets for influencer sponsored posts in recent weeks to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But while sponsored content has long been a predictable (and essential) source of income for digital creators, the industry has matured well beyond branded posts, and the influencer economy won't be destroyed by the economic downturn. As live sports and other major media events have shut down, social-media engagement is hitting an all-ti...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, US, Trends, Village, Wall Street Journal, Sundar Pichai, Patreon, Mavrck, Ben, Waller, Electronic Arts, Neil Waller, Segar, Katy Bellotte


Why the influencer economy will survive the coronavirus advertising meltdown

Advertisers have sliced budgets for influencer sponsored posts in recent weeks to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But while sponsored content has long been a predictable (and essential) source of income for digital creators, the industry has matured well beyond branded posts, and the influencer economy won't be destroyed by the economic downturn. As live sports and other major media events have shut down, social-media engagement is hitting an all-ti...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, US, Trends, Village, Wall Street Journal, Sundar Pichai, Patreon, Mavrck, Ben, Waller, Electronic Arts, Neil Waller, Segar, Katy Bellotte


Instagram sponsored posts have dropped dramatically, but it doesn't mean the end of the influencer business

Welcome back to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! This is Amanda Perelli, writing to you from home, and here's an update on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. This week, my colleague Dan Whateley and I wrote an analysis piece on why the coronavirus won't destroy the influencer economy, despite the doom and gloom from some reports.  We spoke to professionals across the industry to better understand how creators and marketers are earning a living during the pandemic...
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Influencers won't be destroyed by the coronavirus advertising meltdown

Advertisers have sliced budgets for influencer sponsored posts in recent weeks to save on costs and avoid appearing tone deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But while sponsored content has long been a predictable (and essential) source of income for digital creators, the industry has matured well beyond branded posts, and the influencer economy won't be destroyed by the current economic downturn. As live sports and other major media events have shut down, social-media engagement is hitting a...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, US, Trends, Wall Street Journal, Sundar Pichai, Patreon, Waller, Electronic Arts, Neil Waller, Segar, Katy Bellotte, David Dobrik, Chris Vaccarino, Dobrik


Chipotle, David Dobrik Set #ChipotleSponsorMe TikTok Challenge for Cinco de Mayo

Chipotle is serving up a new TikTok challenge, #ChipotleSponsorMe, featuring digital star and Chipotle "superfan" David Dobrik. Fans can follow the @Chipotle account on TikTok and post a video about why the fast casual chain should sponsor them, along with the #ChipotleSponsorMe hashtag. Dobrik will pick five winners, who will receive the Chipotle Celebrity Card,...
Tags: Advertising, Cinco de Mayo, David Dobrik, Social Pro Daily, Tiktok, Dobrik


Some YouTube creators say their ad rates have dropped sharply in recent weeks and increased views haven't made up for the loss in income

Many YouTube creators have experienced a decline in direct-ad-revenue rates from the platform in recent weeks, likely because of shifting ad budgets amid the coronavirus pandemic. YouTube creators are paid a certain rate for every 1,000 views, which varies depending on a variety of factors. Michael Groth, a YouTube creator with 1 million subscribers, told Business Insider that his channel typically earns between $9 and $12 for every 1,000 views, but so far this month he has been earning about ...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Federal Reserve, Mariah Carey, Business Insider, Thomas, Groth, Hank, CPM, Hank Green, Vlogbrothers, Jake Paul, Easterling, David Dobrik, Ryan Dunlop


YouTube creators break down how much money the platform is paying them as ad rates drop sharply for many

Many YouTube creators have experienced a decline in direct ad revenue rates from the platform in recent weeks, likely due to shifting ad budgets amid the coronavirus pandemic.  YouTube creators are paid a certain rate for every 1,000 views, called the CPM rate, which varies depending on a variety of factors. Michael Groth, a YouTube creator with 1 million subscribers, told Business Insider that his channel typically earns between $9 and $12 for every 1,000 views, but so far this month he has b...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Federal Reserve, Mariah Carey, Business Insider, Thomas, Groth, Hank, CPM, Hank Green, Vlogbrothers, Jake Paul, Easterling, David Dobrik, Ryan Dunlop


YouTube creators explain how much ad rates have dropped in recent weeks and how they're trying to adapt their businesses

Many YouTube creators have experienced a decline in direct ad revenue rates from the platform in recent weeks, likely due to shifting ad budgets amid the coronavirus pandemic.  YouTube creators are paid a certain rate for every 1,000 views, called the CPM rate, which varies depending on a variety of factors. Michael Groth, a YouTube creator with 1 million subscribers, told Business Insider that his channel typically earns between $9 and $12 for every 1,000 views, but so far this month he has b...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Federal Reserve, Mariah Carey, Business Insider, Thomas, Groth, Hank, CPM, Hank Green, Vlogbrothers, Jake Paul, Easterling, David Dobrik, Ryan Dunlop


An interview with TikTok star Addison Rae, gamblers eye esports, and the future of 'paused' brand deals

Welcome back to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! This is Amanda Perelli, writing to you from home, and here's an update on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. This week, I spoke to TikTok star Addison Rae Easterling on her rise to success online and how she plans to expand her business.  Easterling has over 33 million followers on TikTok and is one of the platform's most popular creators.  She began posting videos in July 2019 for fun and by December she decided ...
Tags: Hollywood, Youtube, Nbc News, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Louisiana, Mariah Carey, Esports, UTA, Kourtney Kardashian, Dan, Teen Vogue, James Hale, Easterling, Tana Mongeau


TikTok star Addison Rae describes her rise to 33 million followers, from dancing competitively at 6 years old to catching Mariah Carey's attention

Addison Rae Easterling, 19, is one of the top TikTok influencers in the world with over 33 million followers on the app. She began posting videos in July 2019 for fun and by December she decided to go all-in and moved out to Los Angeles from Louisiana. Easterling is known for her dance videos on TikTok and for being a member of the popular group, the Hype House. She spoke with Business Insider about her rapid success online and how she is building a larger business with merchandise and lucrati...
Tags: Hollywood, Instagram, California, LSU, Los Angeles, Trends, House, Louisiana, Mariah Carey, Kourtney Kardashian, Carey, Louisiana State University, Oreal, Reebok, Jake Paul, James Charles


Addison Rae breaks down her rise to 33 million TikTok followers, from dancing competitively at 6 years old to deciding to leave college and move to Los Angeles

Addison Rae Easterling, 19, is one of the top TikTok influencers in the world with over 33 million followers on the app. She began posting videos in July 2019 for fun and by December she decided to go all-in and moved out to Los Angeles from Louisiana. Easterling is known for her dance videos on TikTok and for being a member of the popular group, the Hype House. She spoke with Business Insider about her rapid success online and how she is building a larger business with merchandise and lucrati...
Tags: Hollywood, Instagram, California, LSU, Los Angeles, Trends, House, Khloe Kardashian, Louisiana, Mariah Carey, Carey, Louisiana State University, Oreal, Reebok, Jake Paul, James Charles