A common influencer marketing advertisement is where the brand sends the influencer a photo or ad and asks them to repost it on their feed. This is effective with getting a specific message out to that influencer’s followers; however, it’s not personalized at all. This specific influencer has built up their following because they like the posts that he or she puts on their feed. They aren’t as likely to engage with a random ad. That said, if the influencer themselves was in this ad then they may be more likely to engage. This is where free products come in.
Well… You got me! I am an entrepreneur and found you on Instagram through a model’s post. I own an Internet marketing agency and I think this is absolutely genius what you are doing. I was wondering what models were getting paid to promote on their profiles. I have been reading your blog for the past week and a half and I can already tell you that you will have a loyal follower here already. I may not be your $57,000 ROI but will definitely refer you to other digital marketers. If you are still taking entries for the giveaway, I’d like to get the university course! Haha!
Die Qualität der Werbeanzeigen und die Relevanz der Werbung sind ebenfalls wichtig. Instagram vergibt für jede Werbeanzeige eine bestimmte Punktzahl. Die Punkte drücken aus, wie relevant die Anzeige für Dein Zielpublikum ist und wie Deine Nutzer auf die Werbeanzeige reagieren. Die Punktezahl Deiner Werbeanzeige erhöht sich, wenn Deine Nutzer positiv auf die Anzeige reagieren. Die Punktezahl sinkt, wenn die Nutzer negativ auf die Werbeanzeige reagieren und diese ausblenden lassen. Werbeanzeigen mit einer höheren Punktzahl werden bevorzugt geschaltet. Instagram vergibt eine weitere Zahl für die Werbeanzeigen. Diese gibt genau an, wie stark die Plattform denkt, dass ein Nutzer eine bestimmte Aktion ausführt. Hast Du beispielsweise eine Werbeanzeige aufgegeben, bei der die Nutzer Deine Webseite besuchen sollen, stellt dies eine solche Aktion dar.
From a business/profit perspective, you may think this makes sense…but my guess is you’ve alienated most of the women out there. Guns and boobs? Really? I’m an entrepreneur/adventurer but an envious lifestyle to me wouldn’t just be about buying people. It really isn’t all about money. And while many check him out, many also find Dan the epitome of all that’s vain and wrong with the world. You’ve lost this business subscriber by your association.

Im Übrigen muss die Auszeichnung nichts Negatives sein. Schließlich ist den meisten Followern ohnehin bewusst, dass die Influencer die teilweise aufwendigen Kanäle mit täglichen Postings nicht umsonst betreiben, sondern damit auch Geld verdienen oder sogar ihren Lebensunterhalt damit bestreiten. Wer damit offen umgeht, ist authentisch. Die Berliner Lifestyle-Bloggerin Masha Sedgwick erzählt im Interview mit der W&V, dass ihre Leserschaft auf werbliche Posts nicht anders reagiert als auf persönliche Posts. Es hinge jedoch auch davon ab, wie diese gestaltet sind.


Travel blogger @Anna Everywhere has an Instagram full of stunning photo shoots in amazing locations around the world. She is incredibly stylish, and many people send her messages asking where she buys her clothes, so to help with that - even though this is not the focus point of the picture, she will include a link to the product below the image. The image below is from Waikiki, and she mentions her bikini after everything she has to say about the location. She also doesn’t link to products in every single post that she does.
Another great way to get the most out of Instagram influencers in your affiliate program is to host a product giveaway with them. Influencers love running giveaways because they receive excellent engagement from them and gain a lot of new followers in the process. When you structure the giveaway with the influencer you do want to make sure that it’s not one sided and you get some new followers for your social media accounts as well. At the end of the day, it’s a great way to get some new followers and get some great marketing out there for the cost of your product, which is usually a brand’s preferred currency.
We’ll use an example of a fictional fashion influencer, and we’ll call her Sally. Sally lives in Los Angeles and has around a million subscribers across her primary social media channels, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat. Now let’s pretend that you’re an advertiser for a boutique clothing line with a store located along the coast in Orange County looking to tap into a younger niche market. Influencers like Sally would be great to add leverage to your marketing since her promoting your brand would automatically gain credibility from her subscribers, in addition to increasing your customer base and conversions.
For influencer networks, I’ve found the average rates to be quite a bit lower. The average rate for gigs I was accepted for through Popular Pays, for example, was about 30% lower than the rates I was able to get through direct e-mail collaborations. I assume this is because these influencer networks have influencers compete with one another so everyone lowers their rates a bit in hopes of getting the gig. With a brand who e-mails you, on the other hand, you already know they want to work with you so you’re more confident in sticking with your full rates. I would say $10 CPM is a great starting point for e-mail negotiations (if you’ve got the engagement and photo quality to back it up) vs. $5 CPM is about the lowest you should accept / offer for influencer networks.
Bei Instagram Geld verdienen kannst du nicht nur mit Werbung, sondern auch mit dem Verkauf von eigenen Produkten. Für Business Profile bietet Instagram seit März 2018 sogar an Produkte zu kennzeichnen und direkt im Bild Produkte zu markieren und mit einem Kauflink in den eigenen Shop auszustatten. Einige Shopsysteme wie z.B. Shopify bieten diese Funktion out-of-the-box bereits an. Du kannst deine im Shop angelegten Produkte also sehr einfach mit deinen Bildern auf deinem Instagram Business Account verlinken und hast mit jedem Bild die Chance auf Umsätze. 
Leveraging influencers tends to provide more marketing possibilities along with additional revenue, conversions, and customers with minimal effort involved for advertisers. Start by focusing on influential publishers that have a reach into the customers or niche you’re looking to tap into and initiate outreach by sharing an opportunity to collaborate. The already existing prominence that influencers have in affiliate marketing is steadily growing and now is the perfect time to incorporate them into your strategy.
Pick a Niche – When businesses look for influencers to promote their products, they want someone who has a following made up of people in their niche. Popular niches on Instagram include fashion, health, and fitness, travel and cookery, to name a few. Choose a niche that is relevant to your lifestyle and then post images, and build your audience around this subject. You will then become a valuable influencer to businesses in your particular industry.
Now if your really want to run with this idea, or you’ve tried this and found success. Then go and find a bunch of amazing products that fit with your followers (or a wide demographic) and create a simple product review website and send your followers (from your URL link in your BIO) or your (Instagram Viral Story) to a website full of affiliate offerings!

The approach you choose should also depend on how much you’re willing to spend. A larger budget allows you to partner with larger influencers who can get you as much exposure as possible. However, influencer marketing is known to be expensive. Another option is to target micro-influencers in your niche who don’t have millions of followers but have thousands of highly engaged followers.
So now you know the 5+ handy ways to make money through Instagram, you’re all set to start building your empire. Whatever avenue you decide to go down, be sure to always keep your personal brand in mind and treat what you do as a business. The more you understand what it is you can offer, the stronger your message will be to potential collaborators!
Instagram has provided the platform to food influencers over the world to share their food and nutrition enthusiasm with their followers. These food and nutrition based followers range from world renowned chefs to small cafe owners or even regular people who are just inspired to share their food journey and experience, and have as a result gained a following based on their influence. You can find a foodie influencer for every type of eater. Here we’ve compiled some of the top current food and nutrition related Instagram influencers for you.
For influencer networks, I’ve found the average rates to be quite a bit lower. The average rate for gigs I was accepted for through Popular Pays, for example, was about 30% lower than the rates I was able to get through direct e-mail collaborations. I assume this is because these influencer networks have influencers compete with one another so everyone lowers their rates a bit in hopes of getting the gig. With a brand who e-mails you, on the other hand, you already know they want to work with you so you’re more confident in sticking with your full rates. I would say $10 CPM is a great starting point for e-mail negotiations (if you’ve got the engagement and photo quality to back it up) vs. $5 CPM is about the lowest you should accept / offer for influencer networks.
Ben & Jerry´s ist ein US-amerikanischer Speiseeishersteller. Mit über 500.000 Abonennten auf Instagram postet das Unternehmen regelmäßig Beiträge (linkes Bild), dazu zählen Rezepte oder spezielle Eissorten der Marke (mittiges Bild). Außerdem nutzt die Firma Instagram, um beispielsweise gemeinsam mit Greenpeace auf Missstände in der Ölindustrie aufmerksam zu machen.
Weil es so schwer ist, Nutzer zur Anmeldung zu bewegen, denkt Doberschütz schon über neue Möglichkeiten nach, das Projekt zum Erfolg zu führen. Er hat einen Exit-Intent-Layer eingebaut. Wenn man die StyleLike-Seite verlassen will, erscheint ein Pop-up, das ein kostenloses E-Book über Instagram-Erfolg verspricht – wenn man seine E-Mail-Adresse hinterlässt. Auf diesem Weg will Doberschütz Nutzer langfristig an sich binden. Denn in Zukunft will er StyleLike zu einer Monetarisierungs-Plattform für Fashion-Influencer aufbauen – egal, wo die ihre Inhalte posten. Außerdem will er eine Instagram Academy gründen. In Online-Kursen soll jeder dort lernen, wie er bei Instagram mehr Follower aufbauen kann. Und Brands würden sich nach besseren Analysemöglichkeiten für visuelle Inhalte sehnen und so überlegt Doberschütz, eine Plattform für Influencer-Stockfotos zu gründen. Da steht viel auf dem Plan. Allzu leicht scheint es also nicht zu sein, mit Liketoknow.it im Kerngeschäft zu konkurrieren. Daher sucht sich Doberschütz eben auch andere Bereiche, um Geld zu verdienen.
Verkaufen bei Instagram – ein Traum vieler Brands. Aber ohne, dass man unter einem Bild einen direkten Link posten kann, ist das nur schwer möglich. Dank Tools wie Liketoknow.it gibt es nun zumindest für Instagram-Influencer und Brands einen Workaround, um Affiliate-Links zu generieren. Wir zeigen wie Affiliate-Marketing bei Instagram funktioniert, wer daran verdient und warum ein deutsches Startup jetzt auch mitmacht.

Thank you for this amazing post! It has definitely put my mind into set and changed a lot about the way I will post and do things on Instagram. Such a great help! And I did DM you on Instagram. Hoping to hear from you, had a few questions for you there! And another thing…. I love your instagram and blog posts. I have been following for a while now and definitely you are a huge influencer! Thanks again 🙂
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