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          Amanda Perelli

          Amanda Perelli is a junior reporter at sunbet covering what's new in the business of YouTube, Instagram, and the influencer industry at large. She graduated from Quinnipiac University with a journalism degree. You can reach her by emailing: aperelli@businessinsider.com and you can find her on Twitter @arperelli.

          Subscribe to sunbet's influencer industry newsletter: Influencer Dashboard for a weekly rundown of what's new inside the influencer economy, top news of the week, power players in the business, and a break down of the ways influencers earn their money online. 

          BI Prime Media 2020-01-22T17:07:23Z

          The 17 hottest brands in influencer marketing that work with creators on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and other platforms

          sunbet is recognizing the leading brands in influencer marketing that have built lasting partnerships with creators across social media.
          Media 2020-01-21T17:00:00Z

          Exclusive: The full list of nominees for the Shorty Awards, including Jeffree Star, Sophie Turner, and Baby Yoda Sipping Tea

          The 12th Annual Shorty Awards will be held in New York City and will be presented May 3. Check out the full list honoring the best of social media.
          Media 2020-01-20T15:15:00Z

          A YouTube creator switched her strategy and doubled the amount of money she made

          Shelby Church, who has 1.4 million subscribers, told us that she earned more on YouTube by extending her videos to over 10 minutes long.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-17T13:19:00Z

          A college TikTok influencer with 1.6 million followers explains how much money she makes — and her 3 main sources of income

          Cosette Rinab, a USC junior, broke down the ways she earns money as a creator on TikTok with 1.6 million followers.
          Media 2020-01-16T13:26:39Z

          What YouTube pays for 1 million views, the business of Pinterest influencers, and TikTok's invite-only tool for marketers

          This week's rundown includes how Pinterest creators make money, the big influencer deals of 2019, and TikTok's new influencer-marketing tool.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-15T19:29:00Z

          How much money YouTube paid a creator with 1.4 million subscribers during 2019

          Shelby Church, a YouTube creator with 1.4 million subscribers, broke down how much money she earned in 2019 from Google AdSense.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-14T18:05:47Z

          A top digital-talent exec at WME breaks down the big influencer deals of 2019 and what he's looking for in 2020, from TikTok to touring

          Jad Dayeh is a partner and the cohead of digital at William Morris Endeavor, which is among the top Hollywood talent agencies.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-14T14:40:00Z

          The best ways to make money on Instagram, according to 4 influencers

          We spoke with four Instagram influencers — Caitlin Patton, Jehava Brown, Katy Bellotte, and Julia Engel — about their digital businesses.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-13T22:08:29Z

          How much YouTube pays influencers for 100,000, 1 million, and 150 million views, according to top creators

          We spoke with creators on YouTube who broke down how much money they've made on a single video from Google.
          Media 2020-01-12T15:30:00Z

          A 50-year-old built a lucrative business on YouTube by posting videos about the snakes, geckos, and alligator he owns

          Brian Barczyk is known online for sharing vlog-style content about his life and the snakes, geckos, and other reptiles he owns and breeds.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-10T14:21:00Z

          A YouTube creator broke down the strategy that earned him $400,000 last year

          Kevin David, a YouTube creator and entrepreneur with 838,000 subscribers, earned over $400,000 from Google AdSense in 2019.
          Media 2020-01-09T13:25:48Z

          How much money a Harvard YouTube influencer earns, the business of reptile videos, and what it's like to film David Dobrik

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          BI Prime Media 2020-01-09T13:21:00Z
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-08T13:29:00Z

          A YouTube creator who makes reptile videos says he charges brands as much as $30,000 for a sponsorship deal

          Brian Barczyk is a 50-year-old YouTube creator who supports himself and his family financially from the money he earns on YouTube
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-06T21:39:11Z

          A YouTube video editor who works with David Dobrik's Vlog Squad told us what it's like to film top creators, from private jets to quick turnarounds

          Joe Vulpis is a YouTube video editor and creator known for appearing in and working for several members of David Dobrik's Vlog Squad.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-05T15:15:00Z

          A personal-finance influencer who quit his day job for YouTube made over $100,000 in his first year

          Andrei Jikh quit his day job and in late 2018, decided to launch a YouTube channel about personal finance.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-03T18:02:00Z

          How to edit Instagram photos according to 'Tezza,' the professional influencer and creator of a photo app with over 3 million downloads

          Tezza created the app as a way to share her photo-editing tips and the photo filters she uses with her followers.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-03T13:23:47Z

          A YouTube creator with 350,000 subscribers explains the 5 main ways she makes money as an influencer and entrepreneur

          Entrepreneur and YouTube creator Amy Landino shares how she built her business online through YouTube, Instagram, and Patreon.
          Media 2020-01-02T19:00:30Z

          A Harvard student says being a YouTube influencer helps pay her college tuition

          Sienna Santer supports herself financially with the money she earns online from ads placed in her YouTube videos by Google.
          BI Prime Media 2020-01-02T14:47:00Z

          A Harvard student with 300,000 YouTube subscribers shares exactly how much money she made in 2019 as a college influencer from ads

          Sienna Santer, a second-year student and YouTube influencer with 302,000 subscribers, shared how much money she made from Google's AdSense in 2019.
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