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Forbes Reveals A Rating Of TikTok Bloggers With The Highest Revenue

Forbes Reveals A Rating Of TikTok Bloggers With The Highest Revenue

The American magazine Forbes has compiled a list of users of the social network TikTok, who were more successful than others in the past year to earn money using it.

It includes seven young residents of the United States and Canada. All of them post short videos of entertainment nature, mostly dance videos, on social networks. The first place was taken by 19-year-old Edison Ray Easterling from the state of Louisiana. She earned about $5 million with TikTok in the 12 months that ended June 30, 2020. It has more than 54 million subscribers. As stated by the publication, Easterling produces its line of cosmetics. After gaining fame in TikTok, she signed agreements with clothing manufacturer American Eagle and Internet service Spotify.

In second and third place are the sisters Charlie and Dixie D'amelio from Los Angeles (California). The first one earned $4 million during the reporting period, the second - $2.9 million. They were guests of famous TV shows and presented the products of clothing manufacturer Hollister and other companies.

The income of the singer from the state of Pennsylvania Lauren gray was $2.6 million. Due to her popularity in TikTok, she entered into agreements with the record company Virgin Records and other companies.

In fifth place, Josh Richards from Canada ($1.5 million). The sixth was shared by Michael Lee and Spencer knight, who live in the United States. Both earned $1.2 million. The publication notes that the calculations are based on data provided by users themselves. The rating did not include people who earned money in the social network after becoming famous in some other sphere.

TikTok is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance. US President Donald Trump has previously said that he will ban TikTok on US territory if the US division of the social network or its entire network is not bought by an American company. The US administration claims that TikTok's management is engaged in propaganda and transmits user data to the Chinese authorities.

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