How To Earn Good Money As An Instagram Influencer


People are always looking for a way to make a quick buck, right? A regular 9-5 can get to be a bit boring after a while, and with the cost of living getting higher pretty much everywhere, making a little extra cash is always a good thing! If you've got some marketable skills, there are plenty of ways you can pad your bank account. People make goods and sell them on the internet, offer their services as writers or social media experts, and even do stuff like health and wellness coaching. But there's another way to make some extra money, and it could be just what you're looking for. Instagram influencers are becoming a pretty big market, and getting started as one is easier than you might think!

You post on IG anyway, you might as well get paid for it! Here are some tips on setting yourself up as an Instagram influencer, and getting on your way to earning your first $1000.

Be a consistent poster.

The best way to build your following and presence on Instagram is to post consistently. A few times a week, daily, or even a few times a day - increasing your engagement is easier with a consistent posting schedule. Once you have a schedule, stick to it, and turn your attention to posting quality content that is easy to engage with. You also want to make sure your content is consistent, so pick a niche and stick with it.

Don't just post - engage!

You can have the best content and most consistent post schedule, but if you're not engaging with your followers and those you follow, that won't matter. Reply to comments on your posts and stories, and leave comments and reactions on posts in the niche you follow.

Make hashtags work for you.

Hashtags are a great way to boost a post's visibility on Instagram. Research the most popular hashtags in your niche, and include them on all of your posts. You can use up to 30 hashtags per post, and you include them in the caption or in a comment in the post. These hashtags make it easier for others to find your posts and account, and can really boost your followers and engagement.

Create a proposal, and reach out to brands.

But before you do this, make sure your follower count is on-par with an Instagram influencer. Brands don't necessarily want to work with people who have a few hundred followers. You'll need a few thousand followers and plenty of engagement on your page before you start hitting up brands. Once your followers and engagement are on point, find brands in your niche and start sending out some emails! You can even create an easy and attractive media kit using the app Canva, or you can use Social Bluebook to create proposals for sponsored posts.

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