TikTok stars can earn $ 1 million per minute! Users with big names who already receive $ 200,000 per 60-second post are set to multi-millions through deals with big brands, experts predict
- Popular TikTok stars currently earn an estimated nearly $ 200,000 per post
- They will be able to charge the brands they promote more as they get followers
- Research by Morning Consult predicts that one influencer will hit 194m fans
- Aashika Bhatia could then start earning $ 973,000 per post from 15 to 60 seconds
Popular TikTok stars earn as much as $ 200,000 per 60-second post and major brands can charge as much as $ 1 million next year, experts predict.
Influencers have a lot to gain financially by working with multinational companies and promoting their brands to millions of TikTok followers.
Investigation conducted by the American group Morning Consult indicates that popular TikTok stars can be paid up to $ 0.005 per follower for sponsored messages.
Amazingly, these posts only take 15 to 60 seconds, making the influencers some of the biggest and fastest earners in the world.
Popular TikTok stars can be paid up to $ 0.005 per follower for sponsored messages, according to new research. Those with millions of followers can earn hundreds of thousands for 60-second messages, making them some of the fastest earners in the world (photo of the file)
This means that a star like 17-year-old singer Loren Gray from Pennsylvania, who has more than 38 million followers, can request nearly $ 200,000 by mail.
BabyAriel, with an estimated 30 million followers, could earn around $ 150,000 per post, while LA-based Pomeranian dog Jiffpom would earn $ 100,000 per post.
She is known for collaborating with EA Games on the Sims 4: Get Famous.
In the current projections, TikTok sensation Aashika Bhatia, a 19-year-old Bollywood actress, is well on her way to getting no fewer than 194 million followers.
If she came in contact with the right company, she could pay $ 973,000 by mail.
Meanwhile, fashion blogger Savannah LaBrant, with nearly 139 million followers, could earn an incredible $ 693,000 per post.
Singer Loren Gray (left), 17, from Pennsylvania, who has more than 38 million followers, can charge nearly $ 200,000 by mail, while the LA-based Pomeranian dog Jiffpom (right) can earn $ 100,000 by mail by per follower to be paid for sponsored messages
James Whatley, strategy partner at marketing agency Digitas UK, said The Guardian that ‘TikTok is the favorite of 2020’.
He explained: ‘The fastest way to get a grip on TikTok is to get the number one influencer to promote your stuff.
“This week, TikTok and Fortnite announced a collaboration agreement with a competition for a TikTok dance to be simulated at Fortnite.
“Every year there is always a new platform and customers want to spend 10% of their budget on it. Last year they were Instagram stories, before Snapchat.
TikTok sensation Aashika Bhatia, a 19-year-old Bollywood actress (left and right) is well on his way to get no fewer than 194 million followers. If she came in contact with the right company, she could pay $ 973,000 by mail
“TikTok is the favorite of 2020.”
The Chinese app, worth $ 75 billion in 2018, introduced new features last week that give parents control over the content they see in their child’s feed.
Family Safety Mode now helps parents and guardians to keep their teenagers safe on the platform by linking a parent’s account to their child’s account.
Parents can use the system to determine how long children spend on TikTok every day, restrict or disable direct messages, and reject inappropriate content.
MailOnline has approached TikTok for comments.
TikTok: a social media phenomenon that blows Facebook and Twitter out of the water among young teenagers
TikTok is a Chinese social media app where users can stream live, create short videos and music videos and GIFs with numerous functions.
It was the most downloaded app in the US in 2018 and the world’s fourth most downloaded app in 2018, before Instagram and Snapchat.
TikTok is known in China as Douyin, where it was launched in 2016 and then made more widely available worldwide in 2017.
Douyin is still the version of the app used in China and can be downloaded separately to TikTok.
The app has been merged with the popular music video lip synchronizing app Musical.ly, also with its headquarters in China.
Most children use the app to synchronize themselves with lip synchronization to map hits.
It offers users a range of colorful modification and editing tools, including overlapping music, sound, animated stickers, filters, and augmented reality (AR) for creating short videos.
The Beijing-based social network has more than 500 million active users and the company is now worth more than $ 75 billion (£ 58 billion).