Love Island’s Dami is predicted to earn £36,000 (€43,000) through sponsored posts on Instagram, after finishing in third place on Love Island 2022.
ach Instagram followers are said to be worth 0.0033p when it comes to sponsored posts – and with his existing 342,000 followers, new Ross man Dami could earn close to 1,200 € per sponsored post now.
This is according to bookmaker William Hill, who has given the numbers to each of the final eight contestants. They predict that if Dami only posts one sponsored video or story per month, he will earn more than 40,000 euros next year.
Dami – paired with Indiyah – made it to the final three of last night’s final, but sadly did not receive enough public votes to win the £50,000 cash prize. But fan-centric could earn more than the average Irish salary through sponsored videos uploaded to Instagram over the next year.
Had Dami partnered with Indiyah on posting sponsored content on Instagram, their combined income could grow to more than £94k a year, it’s estimated.
If Dami gets the same level of sponsorship as previous Love Islanders – including the likes of boohooMAN (Tommy Fury), Ann Summers (Maura Higgins) – and uploads only one sponsored ad per month, that would That equates to an annual income of £11.3 thousand.
This year’s winners Ekin-Su and Davide were tipped to win in recent weeks after officially going public with their relationship. As the most followed contestant in this year’s final, Ekin-Su is predicted to earn the most money from sponsored content on Instagram and can earn around 3,000 euros per post.
After Molly Mae’s success with major brands like Pretty Little Thing, where she’s currently Creative Director, it looks like this year’s Love Islanders will be spoiled for choice when it comes to sponsored content and relationships partner.
Speaking about the data, Tony Kenny, Head of Sponsorship PR at William Hill, said: “One of the biggest draws for potential Love Island contestants before they appear on the show is that paths will open for them when they leave, when they leave. Reached by big brands for great partnerships.
“While contestants don’t have to win to still earn waves (or huge amounts of money) – as Molly Mae has demonstrated – they will be in greater demand if they win the crown and can easily earns his £50k through a few simple sponsored Instagram posts per year. “
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/love-island-dami-projected-to-earn-over-43000-in-instagram-earnings-in-next-year-following-third-place-finish-41885010.html Love Island: Dami is expected to earn over €43,000 in Instagram earnings next year after finishing in third place