|Profession/Career:||Social Media Influencer, Model|
|Net Worth:||$2 million|
|Major/Degree:||Exercise Science (EXS)|
|Full Name:||Keilah Kang|
|Date of Birth (Age):||June 15, 1996 (26 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Height:||5 ft 4 in|
Frequently Associated With
- Bali Body
- Fashion Nova
- Chooks Swimwear
Net Worth of Keilah Kang
Keilah Kang’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $2 million.
She has made the majority of her money throughout her Instagram via sponsored posts and brand deals. Collaborations with brands such as Fashion Nova, Chooks Swimwear, Bali Body, and Shatie have all contributed significantly to her overall net worth.
How much does Keilah Kang earn in a year?
Keilah Kang is estimated to earn roughly $500,000 a year through Instagram alone.
Currently Keilah Kang has over 2.6 million followers on Instagram. Her engagement isn’t super great at 0.01% though.
An influencer typically makes anywhere from $2 to $6 per thousand followers for a post, depending on their niche and engagement rate. With Keilah Kang’s engagement rate, she likely gets paid closer to the lower end at $2 per 1K followers per post. Taking this into account, we estimate that she gets paid roughly $5,200 per post. However, because her cost per post is relatively low for a celebrity influencer, she can dole out many of these sponsored posts per year.
Additionally, she can take on brand deals in addition to sponsored posts, which nets her extra income and boosts her net worth.
How much do Instagram influencers get paid per post?
In general, Instagram influencers get paid $2 to $6 per thousand followers per post. However, there are many varying factors that go into determining how much to pay an Instagram influencer, including:
- Follower Count
- Engagement Rate
There have also been some studies done by marketing companies, which give us the below data. However, these studies may have been limited by sample size and a wide spread.
According to Influence.co
They categorize by the number of followers an influencer has and average the payment amount for all types of posts, including photo, video, and stories.
- 2K to 10K followers: $115 per post
- 10K to 25K followers: $129 per post
- 25K to 50K followers: $208 per post
- 50K to 75K followers: $219 per post
- 75K to 100K followers: $294 per post
- 100K to 150K followers: $354 per post
- 150K to 250K followers: $447 per post
- 250K to 500K followers: $580 per post
- 500K to 1M followers: $866 per post
- 1M+ followers: $1,628 per post
However, as you can see, they make no distinction in the latter group (1M+ followers) between someone who has 1M followers versus someone who has 100M followers, so utility may be quite limited with certain parts of this list.
According to eMarketer.com
They divide influencers into four separate tiers. These tiers are:
- Nano influencers (500 to 5K followers)
- Micro influencers (5K to 30K followers)
- Power influencers (30K to 500K followers)
- Celebrity influencers (over 500K followers)
This simple categorization helps to break down even further how much each influencer gets paid per photo post, video post, or story.
Nano influencers (500 to 5K followers)
- Per story: $53
- Per photo: $65
- Per video: $111
Micro influencers (5K to 30K followers)
- Per story: $100
- Per photo: $170
- Per video: $261
Power influencers (30K to 500K followers)
- Per story: $222
- Per photo: $535
- Per video: $960
Celebrity influencers (over 500K followers)
- Per story: $1,205
- Per photo: $2,738
- Per video: $4,678
Again, as you can see, they make no distinction in the celebrity influencer tier between someone who has 1M followers versus someone who has 100M followers, so utility may be quite limited with certain parts of this list as well.
Did Keilah Kang Grow Up Rich or Poor?
Unfortunately, we don’t really know if Keilah Kang grew up rich or poor. All we know is that she grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina which has a cost of living that is 4% lower than the national average and housing that is 14% cheaper than the national average. We do know that she was always interested in fashion and modeling, and her parents were very supportive of her dreams.