Index hide2 It is estimated that 92 percent of people are more receptive to recommendations made by content creators.3 More than 80 percent of young people have in mind to become content creators, according to what reveals a study.
According to a recent study, 60 percent of users trust content creators more.
It is estimated that 92 percent of people are more receptive to recommendations made by content creators.
More than 80 percent of young people have in mind to become content creators, according to what reveals a study.
Through a video posted on his TikTok account, chef Édgar Núñez exhibited a influencer Cuban after the content creator stated that “swallowing for free is a job.”
Content creators have become an essential tool at a time when social networks are an essential part of people’s daily lives.
Even a recent study by Morning Consult has revealed that the a considerable part of the centennials and the millennials have contemplated the possibility of studying to be content creators or influencers and devote himself to it full time, due to the benefits that this profession brings.
In that sense, according to what it reveals Crehanaa micro influencer you can earn between $1,250 and $12,500 per post; a macro influencer posts posting earnings of between $12,500 and $25,000; finally, a mega influencer Earn more than $25,000 per post.
Now, in the wide universe of content creators, a study highlighted by Impact.com revealed what might be the most common ways to pay a influencer: gifts or rewards; invitation to events or trips; gift cards; licenses for access to content; pay per publication; and others more.
In this context, it is not surprising that social networks are, today, the space that the new generations want to embrace and monopolize, in such a way that they can generate truly attractive income.
Chef Édgar Núñez exhibits influencer cuban
Through his TikTok account, chef Édgar Núñez exhibited the influencer Cuban Marta María Santos, who, as part of its contents, decided to respond to the “Mexican super chef who treated a influencer Colombian”, as read in the description of his video.
Let us remember that a few months ago Édgar Núñez exhibited a content creator named Manuela Gutiérrez, who, through social networks, asked the chef for “an advertising exchange”, in which he offered content on networks, in exchange for services by the restaurant for her and her boyfriend.
As expected, on that occasion, the response from Internet users was not long in coming and a great controversy began in the digital pulse.
Now the influencer Cuban Marta María Santos, through a video posted on her TikTok account, responded to chef Édgar Núñez, assuring that “eating for free is a job.”
We live in an era in which social networks have become powerful content platforms that, over the years, brands have been able to take advantage of, taking into account that, today, the Internet community is almost five billion users, according to what the report reveals Digital Report 2022.
And it is that, according to the platform of Postcron, 66 percent of people show greater confidence in the opinions expressed on social networksregardless of whether or not they know who is providing such feedback.
Looking to the future, this sector – content creators – is expected to continue growing and, in fact, in some countries initiatives have been carried out so that influencers have, at a minimum, undergraduate studies to be able to carry out their contents.