Just like big celebrities, dog influencers are taking over the Instagram spotlight and making huge money through sponsorships, event appearances, and modeling.
This happens when the dog's Instagram accounts reaches one million followers which can earn him $16000 per post. A senior influencer strategist at Hearst Digital Media, said the average rate for a human influencer with over a million followers sits at a mere $7,500.
Below are the seven (7) richest dogs on Instagram:
According to his Instagram bio, Doug is the “King of Pop Culture” and a “People’s Choice Award Winner.” Although it sounds a little suspicious, he did, in fact, win the People’s Choice Award for Animal Star of 2019.
He is unique his COVID-19 relief fundraiser. Always appearing at PETCON in Chicago, a place where certain pets are paid to make appearances.
Marnie, who passed away “painlessly & peacefully” in March 2020, has nearly two million loyal Instagram followers.
His enormous Afro makes him an icon With a whopping 10 million followers on Instagram alone.
From cowboy to ballerina to Chewbacca from Star Wars, this dog has a bigger salary and a bigger wardrobe.
The two two Boston terrier sisters are not only the stars of their account on Instagram but also have a website that features their weekly health and wellness blog.
They also are Amazon affiliates.
Lacorgi is a “professional butt model” based in Los Angeles.
Photo credit: Instagram.com
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