Cooper the charismatic golden retriever earns over 1 million views per YouTube video
Trevor Martin started making YouTube videos at 14 years old in his basement. Now 29, Martin is employed full-time as a YouTuber. A dog lover, Trevor got his Golden Retriever Cooper eight years ago after moving to Orlando. Like most Golden Retrievers, Cooper is a friendly, high-energy dog. As a content creator, Martin saw a way to leverage that to create more fun videos.
Maximizing Earnings with Affiliate Gift Guides: A Step-by-Step Guide for Bloggers and Influencers
Many bloggers and influencers create gift guides for various holidays and events. As a blogger with 14+ years of experience, I've learned the secrets to creating profitable gift guides utilizing affiliate links.
Forbes, Creator Economy, Brand Deals, and The Rise of Influencers
The content creator economy has grown by leaps and bounds since the world heard of it 5 years ago. From channel monetization, and brand dealerships, to building an empire, the sky’s the limit for every creator who wants to venture out onto “the next leap.”
Nigerian Influencer Sentenced to 11 Years In U.S. Prison In $300 Million Fraud Case
Nigerian influencer "Billionaire Gucci Master" -- AKA Ramon Abbas AKA "Ray Hushpuppi" -- has been sentenced to 11 years in U.S. prison for money laundering and fraud. Credit: Tom Sowerby (Getty Images)
Treasure Coast content creators and influencers have a new place to unleash their creativity
Colab - coworking space for content creators, podcasters, small business ownersChristina Klingler. Working from home was a trend that started long before the pandemic but increased dramatically since the spring of 2020 when the coronavirus changed our lives forever. According to the SBA, startups grew by 24% during the pandemic and prior to that the growth rate was 20% in 2019.
Opinion: Fitness "Influencers" May be Doing More Harm Than Good
They seem impossible to ignore. And they’re staring you in the face every time you go online. I’m not talking about adorable cats, but the over-saturated and asinine movement of the “fitness influencer.”
Some New Fiction about Influencers and Social Media
This post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you, if you purchase a book I've recommended here on my book blog. Instagram Fiction(TheFictionAddiction.com)
How to Improve Your Next Social Media Giveaway (5 Tips)
Are you looking for a powerful way to grow your small business? If so, you may want to consider hosting a social media giveaway. From a consumer point of view, contests are an exciting way to engage with businesses online. People will happily share posts, leave comments, join your email list, and more if there’s a chance they could win something of value like your product or service.
YouTube’s Softcore Porn Problem
And how it’s messing with up-and-coming creators. Photo by Alexander ShatovAlexander Shatov / Unsplash. Here’s a question: For the 500 hours of content uploaded to YouTube every minute, how many human- and AI-hours does it take to moderate it? A metric tonne, I believe, is the answer.
More Furry Social Media Stars in California
As social media gets mainstream, many individuals hope to make their pets famous. A 2021 to 2022 survey revealed that about 90.5 million American households own a pet. Reports suggest 1 in every 4 of these families want pets to become internet sensations.
Traveling While Black in Seattle: Episode 91 - Moisture Festival
It’s spring time and we are going to document events happening in the area on the next few weeks of episodes. So, on this week’s episode, we headed to Moisture Festival! It’s a four week festival happening until April 10th. If you like comedy, festivals, and a grand time, you may want to stop by and check it out!!
Influencers in the Wild & Two Buses Turning in a Tight NYC Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn
Two Buses Turning in a Tight NYC Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn & Influencers in the Wild
Opinion: The World’s 21 Most Influential Books
I have elected to place my usual NewsBreak articles about pop culture, psychology and consumerism to the side and explore something new. I have read every book listed here, and have utilized no defined methodology in selecting my choices other than my own grasp of history.
The Income Reality of Content Creators
Many creators will need a full-time job to supplement their income. There are 50 million content creators. Two million are professionals, and 46.7 million are amateurs. Yet, only 4 percent earn a living from their craft.
Pet-Influencers are using cloning techniques to keep their business running
Anyone who collects followers on Instagram with an animal is left with nothing when they die. Cloning could be the solution. And Instagram Influencers have no other option. Texas-based Viagen offers to clone deceased pets. Among other things, the company cloned Barbra Streisand's dog in 2018 - in recent years, the Instagram market seems to have become more and more interesting for the provider.
Tampa Influencer Holiday Giving Continues To Feed the Hungry Backed By Generous Local Sponsorships
A Partnership with Local Businesses and Influencers to Feed the Hungry is a Now a Holiday Tradition. Billy's Food Run For the Homeless December 2021(Connor Wright / @thatconnorgurl)
I Was a Polemic Influencer; You Shouldn’t Try to Be like Me
We don’t really care about you. Thousands of followers, a community to express yourself, brands that want to collaborate with you, and the possibility of working from your bed by “just” uploading a photo.