- SA influencer Akreana has revealed that influencers in the country can make up to R80k per campaign on Twitter
- According to the influencer, she makes between R2k and R8k per tweet depending on what she is promoting at the time
- Locals were blown away by her revelation, many of them joked that they had gone into the wrong career path
If ever you wondered why influencers are so serious about their content, South African influencer, Keabetswe aka @Akreana has revealed exactly why that is. The young beauty recently headed to Twitter to share an estimate of the money influencers make for their tweets.
According to Akreana, a campaign or series of tweets about one product or company can rake in a whopping R80 000. She also said that a single tweet can bring in around R2000 - R8000 depending on what she is promoting.
"What's the highest amount you got paid for a campaign," asked one of her followers, to which she responded, "R85 000." She then explained:
"Not for a single tweet, a campaign is a couple of tweets, over a duration of time. My rates for tweets are however R2000 - R8000 per tweet, depending on what it is I’m promoting."
Her followers were shaken, many of them joking about how they thought they may have entered the wrong career paths. Others also tried to shoot their shots at the beautiful influencer. Read a few of their comments below.
"I cook I clean, and when you cheat I will apologize because I'm not enough"
"Which varsity did you study? I'm on the wrong career path"
In other Briefly.co.za news, everyone falls one time or another in their lives - and beautiful South African influencer Mihlali Ndamase is no exception. The young beauty recently headed to Twitter to share a clip of herself being refreshingly human.
And if you're wondering what makes someone refreshingly human, it's the fact that they do get tripped by invisible forces just like the rest of us. Ndamase, who was filming a clip that was meant to showcase her bomb outfit and curves, unfortunately, trips and saves herself from falling not long in the clip.
"Content is gonna kill us," she hilariously and seemingly accurately captioned the clip.
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