- Kylie Jenner has -for the first time- topped the annual Instagram rich list
- According to Instagram-scheduling tool Hopper HQ, each of her post is worth $1 million (R13 177 540,00)
- She beats the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Beyonce, Selena Gomez and others to the top
Another report has confirmed that she has the most valuable Instagram page amongst celebrities in the world. Instagram-scheduling tool Hopper HQ recently unveiled its annual Instagram Rich List with Kylie at the number one spot.
The list was curated based on Hopper HQ's internal data, as well as public data on the value of a post, which was based on how much brands pay currently and what a post is worth in terms of engagement, reach and audience.
Coming in first place was the teenage, almost-billionaire Kylie Jenner, who apparently can charge up to $1 million (R13 177 540,00) per post Harper’s Bazaar reports.
Selena Gomez comes next with $800,000, Cristiano Ronaldo in third with $750,000, Jenner's half-sister Kim Kardashian was in fourth place with the potential to charge $720,000 and Beyoncé in fifth with $700,000. Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian also featured in the top 11.
When broken down into fashion, supermodel Bella Hadid came out on top. Hopper HQ estimated that she can charge up to $27,000 per post.
Emily Ratajkowski was next with $26,500. Chiara Ferragni came next, making her the highest-ranking influencer, with Gianluca Vacchi in fourth and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley coming in fifth place. British presenter-turned-designer Alexa Chung came in 10th place, with an estimate that she can charge up to $4,500 per post.
It is however important to note that these figures to necessarily be completely accurate and influencers and brands will likely never disclose how much money really does change hands.
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