Influencer marketing is becoming a new trend across social media platforms with influencers earning a lot via promoting brands on their profiles. This is majorly done by posting Stories and posts about the brands, which you all must be aware of.
However, not everyone takes the ‘normal’ route.
This 21-year-old woman, for instance, is a social media influencer who earns a six-figure salary by ‘pretending to be a dog’. The former optician named Jeanna Phillips says that she always ‘feel like a puppy’; in her videos.
Notably, Jeanna has over 1,00,000 TikTok followers among which, a lot pay her $20 to watch her Only Fan videos on the platform. A normal video of her includes her acting like a dog, rolling on the floor, chasing a ball, among other things.
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She earns money by fulfilling the requests of specific subscribers some of whom are ready to pay over $1,000 for a video, says Jeanna.
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“I feel like a dog. I just want to roll around, play fetch, get head scratches, run around and play. All of that.I have always acted like a puppy, but not in a sexual way at first. I used to pretend I was a puppy when I was growing up. I really love praise. I love hearing ‘good girl’. It makes my heart melt every time,” Lad Bible quoted her as saying.
She adds that she now earns more than what she used to from her former job and is content about it no matters what anyone says. She is now a full-time content maker on TikTok.
“It’s now my full time job. My revenue has increased 100 times since I moved to puppy play content. I’m making six figures monthly. If somebody tells me what they want, I will give them a quote,” she further said.
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Well, that’s a pretty good job to earn money and honesty a very unique idea that people seem to be loving. So what’s the harm?