Index hide1 A post of Cristiano Ronaldo on Instagram, according to a recent report, has a cost of 1.6 million dollars.2 CR7 is, right now, the most followed on Instagram, with more than 480 million followers and, in addition, more than 102 million on Twitter.3 Given the euphoria of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, there are those who pay up to 40 thousand pesos for a print of the Panini album.
A post of Cristiano Ronaldo on Instagram, according to a recent report, has a cost of 1.6 million dollars.
CR7 is, right now, the most followed on Instagram, with more than 480 million followers and, in addition, more than 102 million on Twitter.
Given the euphoria of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, there are those who pay up to 40 thousand pesos for a print of the Panini album.
To give “extra points” to students, A teacher asks as homework that they bring her the picture of Cristiano Ronaldo to complete his World Cup Panini album and through TikTok the story has gone viral.
Currently, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most followed users on Instagram and, in fact, the one who earns the most for a post on the Meta social network.
And it is that, according to figures from the British company Hopper HQ, Cristiano Ronaldo tops Instagram Richlist 2021, the ranking that talks about the personalities who earn the most money for a post on Instagram. The Portuguese has placed himself at the top by charging the amount of 1.6 million dollars for uploading an image to his profile with a product of a certain brand.
On Instagram currently Ronaldo has 482 million followers, being, without a doubt, one of the most reliable personalities to invest. In fact, when his arrival at Manchester United was made official, between 300,000 and 400,000 shirts were sold in just 24 hours, which, in figures, it is estimated that the British club collected around 32 million pounds sterling.
Secondly, on Twitter he is the fifth personality with the most followersbringing together more than 102 million fans who follow his day to day on the social network that could be owned by the tycoon Elon Musk.
Taking these data into account, it is clear that we are talking about one of the athletes who, over the years, has been able to consolidate his brand to such an extent that his name is even part of the hotel industry thanks to Pestana CR7 , its conglomerate of hotels distributed in Spain, Portugal, Morocco and the United States that was recently visited by the Mexican influencer Luisito Comunica.
Teacher asks Cristiano Ronaldo stamp for “extra points”
It is not surprising that, given the trajectory of the Portuguese, he is one of the figures to follow in the next World Cup that will take place in Qatar; however, his influence has reached other corners.
The latter can be verified with the story of a teacher who, as part of a task to offer “extra points” to his students, he asked in exchange for the stamp of Cristiano Ronaldo to complete his Panini album.
On TikTok, the video shared by the teacher herself already has more than a million views and has posted a significant number of comments of all kinds.
Less than 60 days before the opening whistle of Qatar 2022, the euphoria for the World Cup continues to grow and proof of this is what the arrival of the Panini album has managed to achieve in terms of virality.
A few days ago it was announced that Mercado Libre, a stamp of the Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi is being sold for up to 40 thousand pesos and, in fact, there are those who offer monthly “low payments” of up to 3,333 pesos.
And it is that, without a doubt, for collectors, the Panini album has become indispensable every four years, a fact that, on many occasions, brands can take advantage of for the sake of positioning.
This is revealed by a study carried out by Brand Finance, which reveals the ten most valuable brands for collectors, with LEGO being the most valuable on the market.
Looking ahead to the World Cup, we are also talking about a scenario for which several companies are already preparing in order to gain presence before the millions of attendees and, as if that were not enough, the millions of viewers.