The Instagram Money Calculator allows you to calculate your estimated earnings from your Instagram account if you believe you are an influencer, based on your engagement and number of followers. Below are some stats relating to engagement on Instagram, followed by the Instagram Influencer Earnings Calculator.
Even micro-influencers are making a healthy income through sponsored Instagram posts AND 48% of marketers plan to increase their influencer marketing budgets over the next 12 months. Simply enter your Instagram handle below to find out how much a single post from your account could be worth to brands:
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The most common form of cooperation between brands and Instagram influencers is through sponsored posts. Our calculator above is designed to show estimated earnings from sponsored posts. In this situation, a brand will normally reach out to somebody it considers an influencer and offer to pay them to push out a sponsored image to their followers.
Of course, to be effective a sponsored post has to sit well with the influencer’s audience and appear like a genuine recommendation from the influencer. The FTC has got involved in recent years, and it is now a requirement that sponsored posts are clearly marked as such. If the product fits well with the Instagrammers audience, it should not matter if a post is marked #sponsored or #ad.
The ideal sponsored post shows how the brand’s product fits perfectly into the Instagrammer’s life, and how it can just as easily fit into the lives of his or her followers. The top Instagram influencers, with thousands of engaged followers in a popular niche, can command very healthy fees for making sponsored posts. A Grouphigh Influencer Marketing Report survey suggests that a mid-level influencer can charge $200-$500 per post.
It’s not unheard of for those with more than 100,000 followers to earn $700-$900 per photo. Those with 500,000 followers can command $2,000 to $3,000 per sponsored photo posted.
Then, of course, there are the superstars. Kim Kardashian West has been able to command $300,000 for a post across all of her social media platforms. Of course, her 87.1 million Instagram followers do put her in a class of her own! A typical post by any of the Kardashian / Jenners clan usually earns at least $200,000. Often Instagramers create the content, and the brand then has the rights to reuse that content in their marketing and on their website.
Unlike with YouTube, where you sell space on your videos and channel page for advertising at a rate decided by Google, Instagram does not compensate its users for running ads on their posted photos. Instagram is owned by Facebook, so it seeds Facebook ads on people’s’ posts As such, Instagram influencers and brands don’t have an intermediary, or any set rates if they choose to work together . Brands make deals with influencers, and rates can vary markedly depending on the circumstances. However, one thing is consistent in nearly all cases – Influencers get paid more if they have both a high engagement rate, as well as a high number of followers. Brands have learned that you can easily buy followers who are of no practical value to anybody. Hence they are far more interested in you having genuine followers, those who interact with your posts.
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