5 ways to become a social media influencer
Updated: Sep 22, 2020
Huda Kattan is one of the biggest names in the beauty world. She started her own beauty empire, including the false eyelashes that helped launch her to fame when Kim Kardashian wore them. Nearly a decade after making her debut on Instagram and YouTube, she has millions of followers and a line of makeup sold in Sephora stores.
Rachel Brathen, also known as Yoga Girl, travels the world teaching yoga to the masses. She began making waves on social media in 2013 with her inspiring yoga posts, and quickly became a go-to girl for fitness inspiration.
Lele Pons made a name for herself on the now-defunct social media site Vine. She racked up billions of loops before the site shut down. Now she has millions of followers on YouTube who soak up all of the content she creates. Her popularity landed her a gig as a brand ambassador for CoverGirl.
Dan Middleton, also known as DanTDM, is one of the biggest YouTubers around, even setting a world record in 2016 for most views on a dedicated Minecraft channel. He's known for making family-friendly gaming content, so people of all ages can follow him on social media.
EvanTube started making videos when he was just six years old. With the help of his dad, young Evan makes family-friendly videos about toys, challenges, science experiments and more. Though he's now just a teenager, he puts out several high-quality videos per week.