- Index hide3 It is estimated that Mexicans spend an average of one hour and 26 minutes every day connected to these platforms.
Global streamer consumption has increased from 59.5 to 80.3 percent in 2021.
In Mexico, 97.9 percent of internet users consume streamer content.
It is estimated that Mexicans spend an average of one hour and 26 minutes every day connected to these platforms.
The internet has generated endless scenarios and offers to people who want to monetize with their content, attracting more people every day. In Mexico, a wide variety of content creators are registered, one of them being Yeri Mua, who has recently stood out for sharing what he would earn by conducting live broadcasts on Facebook.
The connectivity that we experience today has led us to reinvent our way of entertaining ourselves, where new formats have emerged such as live streaming, which is the live transmission of data over the Internet, in audio or video.
This format has gained strength especially in the new generations, which according to We Are Social and Hootsuite, 97.9 percent of Internet users in Mexico consume streaming content.
The same source highlights that these users spend an average of one hour and 26 minutes, every day, connected to these platforms; time that exceeds that spent watching television.
The data of this not only increases in its use, but there is also an increasing number of content creators of this format, where According to data from Socialblade, the top famous streamers are headed by figures like Ninja, followed by Auronplay, Rublus and Ibai Lanas.
Yeri Mua reveals that she earns up to $800 thousand
The controversial Mexican influencer continues to attract attention with her comments. Now the young woman from Veracruz revealed what her earnings would be when she generates content through live broadcasts on the social network Facebook.
The influencer who recently launched her makeup line, but now shared that Facebook used to pay her 80,000 pesos, but now it pays her eight times more. Which means that she would be earning between 800 thousand Mexican pesos.
“I started earning on Facebook, imagine going from earning 80,000 pesos a month live and advertising with stores to Facebook paying you eight or ten times what you earn, just doing live,” said the influencer. .
He also explained that that is why he decided to stay fully in this type of activity. “That’s when I made the smart decision to stop collaborating with the stores.” “And the one that invoices,” he adds.
This influencer joins others that are generating and leading the world ranking, such as the case of the Spanish Ibai Llanos, where in 2022, he shared that for his professional activities he has earned a total of 145,837.83 dollars, and gaining millions of subscribers. and even million-dollar brand sponsorship contracts.
Another example of famous streamers that generates by creating content for this format is AuronPlay, which for 2019 reported earning more than three million euros.
Although it seems like a very easy job, content creators have to have a good strategy to earn and monetize with their creations.
For all this, these figures are not unreasonable, since most of these platforms have launched tools and even new rules for content creators to monetize much more and thus grow this new economy that is moving the world.
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