Did you know you can make a passive income from your social media following?

Wouldn’t it be amazing to earn money from social media? Every time you log onto Facebook, Youtube, Instagram or Twitter, you were making cash every second you were using it. If you think that that isn’t realistic, then think again. Because people all across the world are making money from home using social media, and now, you can be one of them in a really simple but effective way.

Isn’t is just celebrities that earn money from social media?

Of course, many celebrities earn a huge amount through social media. They are bound to by promoting their own and other products to their huge social media followings. Take a look at the most followed celebrity Instagram accounts, the follower numbers are huge:

Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) – 134 million

Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) – 121 million

Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) – 118 million

Beyonce (@beyonce) – 112 million

Kim Kardashian (@kimkardashian) – 108 million

Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) – 107 million

Kylie Jenner (@kyliejenner) – 105 million

Dwayne Johnson (@therock) – 101 million

Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) – 97 million

Neymar (@neymarjr) – 90 million

Source: https://socialblade.com/instagram/top/100/followers

However, what might surprise you is that the biggest direct earners from social media aren’t actually ‘traditional’ celebrities at all. Here are the top 5 earners according to Complex.com. Chances are, you won’t have heard of most of them:

The highest earning social media stars

Kayla Itsines

Estimated income: $17 million from “Sweat with Kayla” app alone, $150,000 per Instagram post

Instagram followers: 8.6M

Kayla Itsines posts interval workout regimes and is known for her “Bikini Body Guides”.

Daniel Middleton (DanTDM)

Estimated income: $16.75 million

YouTube subscribers: 17.5 million

Daniel Middleton rose to fame reviewing video games and was the biggest earning blogger in 2017.

Evan Fong (VanossGaming)

Estimated income: $15.5 million

YouTube subscribers: 22.2 million

Evan Fong is one of the new generations of vloggers that combine vlogging and gaming.

Mark Fischbach (Markiplier)

Estimated income: $12.5 million

YouTube subscribers: 19.4 million

Another games reviewer, Mark Fischbach’s videos are funny and shared in their millions.

Logan Paul

Estimated income: $12.5 million
YouTube subscribers: 16 million

The older and richer brother of another huge social media star Jake Paul, his daily vlogs and other content are watched by millions.

Source: http://www.complex.com/pop-culture/highest-earning-social-media-stars/

You don’t have to be a celebrity to earn money from social media

As you can see, the people above aren’t pop stars, actors or sportspeople. Before they became social media stars, they were normal people. What they have in common in how they make money is twofold:

  1. They create or curate great content
  2. They share it across their social networks

miBoodle: Now YOU can make money on social media (without doing ANYTHING)

Filming amazing Youtube videos and making great content isn’t something that everyone can do or have the time to do. But thanks to miBoodle, you can still earn money from social media, significant amounts if you have a sizeable and active following.

With miBoodle, you connect your social accounts and regular, targeted, interesting and engaging content is posted to your networks. The more that this content is shared and engaged with, the more you get paid. It really is that simple.

If you love social media and want to earn more money, why not check out miBoodle. It could be the first step to making some serious cash from social media.

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