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How much do you think brands pay celebes to advertise their products?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by BenChevy, Mar 21, 2016.

  1. BenChevy

    BenChevy Junior Member

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    Fit tea and all that. How much do you think a influential person with say 1M followers would ask for them to promote the brand.

    I read that https://www.instagram.com/weworewhat/ ask for $5K per post. Like really? lol

    How much you think it'll cost Kylie Jenner to promote my brand?
     
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    I heard that kardashians take 250+k $ per photo
     
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    Top models like Kendall and Gigi and their dear pal Cara Delevingne usually bring in anywhere between $125,000 to $300,000 for a single post on any of their social media sites, D'Marie Archive founder Frank Spadafora told CR Fashion Book.
     
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    It can be anything from $5,000 to $1M mate. Beckam, Messi, Ronaldo, Federer and players alike are paid millions to advertise.
     
  5. BenChevy

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    Yea, heard about that. Thats about $2500 per million which isn't bad at all. I bet not even half will see it though.

    I heard snapchat influencers getting 100K per month.
     
  6. BenChevy

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    Well obviously. Im trying to get a ball park of ranges per million.
     
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    Will that post turn into sales? That all depends on how good your product is (not diet shake powder affiliation). I can create the same sales volume if I pay for a good advertising campaign. There are some nice looking girls at my college that will do anything for fame and money. I can hire them to model clothes for next to nothing (and let them keep what they want) while marketing them as my models over a campaign. The end result will be that I have a hire conversion rate than having Kate Upton shake her tits with my shirt on. Why? I know exactly how to convince my target customer to buy the shirt, where as Kate Upton has fame and it spreads fast with little to no interest in my shirt. Her endorsement is only for a fast viral fame of the item.

    I did some various tests and found out that I don't need a 1/1000000000 chance on a celeb account. I create that chance myself via Google Adwords of Facebook Ads myself.
     
  8. Likepack

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    Oh, a '$5k per post' may sound like a lot, but think of it in terms of CPT (cost per thousand) - since a post is by an influential celeb and posted on a relevant time it'll get an exposure level to match the cost.
    Start thinking in advertising and marketing terms.
     
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    If you're just curious is okay to ask this. But if your trying to compare our typical crappy IGs there is nothing to compare.
    They're charging that much because their image is being associate with the brand/product.

    You know that a shoutout can cost you between $100-$300 in a 1M account.