Jay Titan: How I Make $450 A Day On Instagram
One of the biggest mysteries of 2014 is “How do you make money on Instagram?”
Bodybuilder and personal trainer Jay Titan has figured that out and is sharing his tips exclusively with RumorFix readers.
The super jacked up trainer got his start by Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino promoting their workouts on Twitter, but then Jay took the ball and ran with it.
Jay says one of the reasons for his success is humor. “I make my own memes,” he tells us, “Some of my pictures and memes are on some of the biggest fitness pages on Instagram and that sends people to my pages.”
He describes his pages as funny and motivational.
Not only have they gained a huge following in just six months, he’s also making a living off Instagram. He’s a training coach with more than 85 virtual clients. “I’m selling diets, supplement tips and products and training tips,” he says. Many of his clients are bodybuilders and overweight women who want body transformations.
The 270 pound beast, who carries around two iPhones to constantly update his pages and do his business, says he’s making $450 a day — that’s $164,250 a year on Instagram!
And Jay also offers his services out to people who want to grow their own Instagram followings without buying followers.
Here are some tips he shared with us:
- He says you can put up to 30 hashtags per picture — do it.
- Then he goes under the comments section and finds the top 30 fitness hashtags and posts those, then an hour later he deletes then and put the new top 30 hashtags.
- The best times to post are 6 a.m. ET, 12 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. ET and Midnight Friday and Saturday. He says, ” Europe is awake plus you get the people here in the U.S.”
- And get a shout for a shout. That’s when another Instagram account mentions your account. You can even buy shouts from popular Instagram accounts to let everyone find you.
“I’m shouted every day,” he says, “Right now I’m on a page with 1.4 million followers and I got 6,200 likes.”
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