These days, having plenty of followers Instagram means more than having bragging rights to its popularity. According to USA Today, users who have more than 500 followers on Instagram can use application like Popular Pays, an application that can turn those Instagram followers to money while brands pay people with more than enough Instagram followers in order to post pictures of their brands or associated fare. Certainly, the Popular Pays website definitely guarantees all those with balanced numbers of Instagram followers free swag and cold, hard cash to shill for specific brands.
What is Popular Pays?
A Chicago-based startup that wants to turn well-known Instagram users directly into online billboards states that it is riding a spike of progress.
Popular Pays a 1871 alum now based in the offices of North Loop of Havas Worldwide Chicago, connects users of popular social media companies that hand out free products in exchange for exposure.
How to Use Popular Pays
The concept is simple. Instagram users can sign in on Popular Pays app user should have at least 500 followers to participate. Participating merchants offer free goods if users undertake to publish a picture of the product, possibly in a creative way, in their food. Some companies offer higher quality products to users, even more followers.
Companies pay Popular Pays pay based on performance, on a cost-per-engagement. A normal rate would be 5 cents per “Like”, meaning a company would pay $50 if a photo receives 1,000 likes. So the more Instagram followers you have the more money you make but it should be real followers not fake. Read below how people get success with this app.
However, it is still difficult to deny that money and opportunities that a large number of Instagram followers can bring. In a new viral article BuzzFeed entitled “Training, Tanning, and Branding With The Bikini Bodybuilding Stars Of Instagram,” 26-year-old Ashley Kaltwasser of Akron, Ohio, is emerging as she wins bodybuilding competition in the bikini class – A piece discovers #BikiniCompetitor competitors using the hashtag on Instagram. Ashley stated in the article as trying to hit 100,000 Instagram followers – a number that has overcome well after winning more competitions and in the wake of the article is going viral online.
Ashley is not the only turning his Instagram followers into real money. According to MacWorld, 16-year-old Tanner Zagarino made over $15,000 per month with his social media following, with enough Instagram followers consider him an “influential” or a person whose photos and number of likes to do the difference when it comes to break records.
For those people who think they can buy their way to success by buying fake Instagram followers, think again. When Instagram made the recent purge, celebs lost fake followers and money they spend to buy fake followers.