Canine accounts make more money than one can possibly imagine and it is safe to say that this new phenomenon has taken over social media in a jiffy.
Since Instagram has been monetised, users have been able to make, use and cash in by gathering followers and marketing. In a not-so-surprising revelation, Indy reports that dog accounts manage to earn in millions.
Some of the dog Twitter accounts that Mashable have found are raking in enough for a dog house in Barkbados and a Land Rover Discovery. Here are some of the Insta accounts that can contribute to the mansion:
‘Manny the Frenchie’ is a French pit bull with over a million followers.
Manny has made multiple public appearances, including on Good Morning America.
Most importantly for keeping him in pedigree chow, Manny and his owner have a sponsorship deal with Turtle Wax and Dremel, a famous cleaner wax.
The owner of mini french pitbull ‘Chloe’, Loni Edwards, has 174,000 followers, secured beauty sponsorship for Chloe, and has set up an agency for managing dog Instagram talent.
The posts that include adverts are not restricted to dog related products. Chloe has advertised a floating mattress for humans as well:
And here ‘Toast Meets World’ models human fashion items, such as shades
Dogs with sponsorship deals and as many followers as Manny can earn anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 per sponsored post, according to an agency.
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