Computer-generated influencers are taking revenue market share of human influencers

Make no mistake, they are computer-generated.
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Virtual influencers are making real money while Covid-19 locks down human influencers.

Instagram is not just a platform to use as a hobby, it’s a money-making platform not only for human influencers but for virtual influencers as well.

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The quality of CG influencer resembling human

Virtual influencers generated by computer are taking social media by storm. They are fictional computer-generated people who have features, and personalities like real human beings. Some of them are earning more than average influencers.

Lil Miquela has 2.6million followers on Instagram and earning $11.58million a year.

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Lil Miquela

Imma is a Japanese virtual influencer with over 300k followers on Instagram and earning $1100 per post.

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Imma

Make no mistake, they are computer-generated. Virtual influencer has becoming a trend in 2019.

Bloomberg states that on YouTube there are approximately 5,000 CG influencers alone. If numbers continue to increase it stands to reason some human influencers might be a little concerned. However, It’s possible that rather than edging out human influencers, CG influencers will be part of a separate & specific niche on the internet.

Wilfred Tan
Former journalist cum editor. I lead the content creation process at News Asia Today. From the awesome country of Malaysia.