Chinese Fitness Internet Celebrities and How Many Followers They Have on Social Media

Chinese Fitness Internet Celebrities Followers on Social Media
  1. Alextang888

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Weibo:

226k followers http://weibo.com/u/1890952502

Instagram:

145k followers https://www.instagram.com/alextang888/

  1. JessicaDu

jessicadu

Weibo:

385k followers http://weibo.com/yan328

Instagram:

75.7k followers https://www.instagram.com/jessicadddddd/

  1. Naomiper_

Naomiper

Weibo:

145k followers http://weibo.com/naomipeer

Instagram:

17.9k followers https://www.instagram.com/missnaomiper/

  1. Lei.yu_

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Weibo:

94k followers http://weibo.com/cocoleiyu

Instagram:

4,090 followers https://www.instagram.com/lei.yu_/

  1. Christy_law

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Weibo:

86k followers http://weibo.com/parislaw

No Instagram

  1. HUIHUI

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Weibo:

66k followers http://weibo.com/pyhbaby

Instagram:

434 followers https://www.instagram.com/pengyunhui/

  1. LoveafterT

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Weibo:

64k followers http://weibo.com/u/2453614832

Instagram:

1,507 followers https://www.instagram.com/loveaftert1022/

  1. Laurayaaaaaa

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Weibo:

57k followers http://weibo.com/u/3958609397

Instagram:

471 followers https://www.instagram.com/laurayaaaaaa/ 

Tips:

a. Weibo focuses more on the Chinese market. Thus, the number of followers on Weibo is assumed to just indicate Chinese followers.

b. Instagram is banned by the Chinese government. So Chinese users have to use VPN to connect to Instagram. This way, the number of followers on Instagram is assumed to indicate followers out of China.

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How Internet Celebrities Make Money

Forbes published a list of Highest-Paid YouTube Stars 2016, PewDiePie, a Sweden gamer, remains No.1 with $15 million pretax income. He uploads snippets of himself playing video games for 50 million subscribers.

Also, Rosanna Pansino who provides baking videos on YouTube made $6 million in 2016 compared to $4.5 million in 2015.

  1. Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) – $15 million USD
  2. Roman Atwood – $8 million USD
  3. Lilly Singh (Superwoman) – $7.5 million USD
  4. Anthony Padilla (Smosh) – $7 million USD
  5. Tyler Oakley – $6 million USD
  6. Rosanna Pansino – $6 million USD
  7. Mark Fischbach (Markiplier) – $5.5 million USD
  8. German Garmendia – $5.5 million USD
  9. Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings) – $5 million USD
  10. Rhett & Link – $5 million USD

List from http://hypebeast.com/2016/12/2016-highest-paid-youtube-stars

Let’s watch a video clip posted by PewDiePie.

 

Will you be jealous of that? A guy is just playing a video game and he can earn $15 million per year? Actually, you don’t need to. According to this list, we can say that everyone can be the Internet celebrity as long as one has a skill and knows about how to run the marketing oneself.

How to be a Celebrity on the Internet

First, you need a skill such as fitness, playing a game, cooking, baking, a sense of fashion, traveling or even a big stomach to eat (whatever it is). A Japanese girl, Kinoshita Yuka, has a big stomach and she opened a channel to broadcast eating. Now she has 2,447,211 subscribers on YouTube.

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Second, you need to know how to perform the marketing yourself. Influencer Marketing needs to cross several fields such as PR, social media strategy, content creating and more. In this way, influencers (Bloggers) should know about the technique of design, video editing, and a high level of personal aesthetics so that attract followers through charming content and photos.

How Internet Celebrities Make Money

The advertisement is the most direct method to make money through accumulating a big follower base. For example, Scott Disick, the influencer on Instagram, requires $15K-20K for one sponsored post due to he has 18.63 million followers. And some of the photos he posted as an Ad just looks like a casual street snap.

Also, Kinoshita Yuka, I mentioned before, will be sponsored by food materials manufacturers and use these food materials in the video.eating-a-dozen-of-nissins-red-ye

Photo from http://lolframes.com/tag/yuka-kinoshita/

Moreover, fashion bloggers select different costumes which are inexpensive and not from well-known brands and take colorful and well-composited photos to give followers a hope that common people can also become gorgeous due to these celebrities are common and not well-trained by superstar training companies compared to those entertainers, either. As a result, some of these fashion influencers establish their own apparel brands and sell them through their social media accounts.