Sign in
Rich List: What The Top Instagram Influencers Actually Get Paid

Instagram is a social media platform that is continuously growing and evolving and it's no surprise to any of us that sponsored posts on IG continue being more and more popular. 

READ ALSO: 23 Toronto Girls Whose Instagrams Will Give You Serious Outfit Inspo 

While laws call for more transparency when it comes to sponsored post, many celebs and influencers still fail to meet this standard. What more, is that how much they are being paid per post is also unknown. Recently, a list compiled by Hopper IQ came out stating which Instagramers were making the most per post. The list is broken down into two groups: celebs and influencers. Check it out: 

Celebrity Instagram Rich List:

via @selenagomez

1. Selena Gomez – 122 million followers – $550,000 per post

via @kimkardashian

2. Kim Kardashian – 100 million followers – $500,000 per post

via @cristiano

3. Cristiano Ronaldo – 104 million followers – $400,000 per post

via @kyliejenner

4. Kylie Jenner – 95 million followers – $400,000 per post

via @kendalljenner

5. Kendall Jenner – 81.7 million followers – $370,000 per post

via @khloekardashian

6. Khloe Kardashian – 68 million followers – $250,000 per post

via @kourtneykardash

7. Kourtney Kardashian – 57.8 million followers – $250,000 per post

via @caradelevingne

8. Cara Delevingne – 40.4 million followers – $150,000 per post

via @gigihadid

9. Gigi Hadid 34.7 million followers – $120,000 per post

via @kingjames

10. LeBron James – 30.7 million followers – $120,000 per post 


Influencer Instagram Rich List:

via @hudabeauty

1. Huda Kattan – 20.5 million followers – $18,000 per post

via @camerondallas

2. Cameron Dallas – 19.8 million followers – $17,000 per post

via @jenselter

3. Jen Selter – 11.3 million followers – $15,000 per post

via @zoella

4. Zoella – 11.1 million followers – $14,000 per post

via @nashgrier

5. Nash Grier – 10.2 million followers – $13,000 per post

via @chiaraferragni

6. Chiara Ferragni – 9.7 million followers – $12,000 per post

via @sincerelyjule

7. Julie Sarinara – 4.6 million followers – $10,000 per post

via @songofstyle

8. Aimee Song – 4.6 million followers – $9,000 per post

via @weworewhat

9. Danielle Bernstein – 1.7 million followers – $7,000 per post

via @newyorkcity

10. Liz Eswein – 1.3 million followers – £6,000 per post

Source: About Her 

Courtesy of Hudson's Bay

Hudson's Bay is kicking it old school and bringing Zellers back from the archives for a pop-up shop in Ontario.

Fans of the closed-down retail chain can relive its glory days at the pop-up in Burlington Mall and score some signature Zellers apparel, toys, and more.

Keep Reading Show less

An Oakville Resto Posted A Notice Saying It Welcomes Diners Who Aren't Vaccinated

Businesses that don't comply with Ontario's proof of vaccination policy risk facing a hefty fine.

Italian restaurant Zucchinis Cucina in Oakville says they will be allowing unvaccinated patrons to dine with them despite the new vaccine certificate program in Ontario.

The restaurant took to Instagram on Thursday, September 23, and posted a picture of a sign announcing that they do not discriminate "against any customer based on sex, gender, race, creed, age, vaccinated or unvaccinated."

Keep Reading Show less

Toronto is one of the most desirable places to live in Canada, but how it compares to all the other top cities in the world is a much deeper question. Thankfully, we now have the answer.

According to the World's Best Cities report, an acclaimed ranking of urban hot spots by Resonance Consultancy, the 6ix is currently named the 18th greatest global destination. Toronto beat out all other Canadian cities by a country mile, including Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary, which took the 46th, 48th and 49th spots respectively.

Keep Reading Show less

Dr. Christopher Hassell has paused his practice at York Medical, a clinic in Richmond Hill, for the "foreseeable future" after allegations of him giving out exemptions to COVID-19 mandates.

Tweets of the incident, which have since been deleted, show long lines wrapping around the building this past Saturday, with allegations of Hassell giving out exemptions for the mask mandate and possibly COVID-19 vaccines.

Keep Reading Show less