Working hard and being consistence is the way to climb up the success ladder and that’s a living proof from one Felix Odiwour aka Jalang’o.
From humble beginnings, Jalang’o has worked all the way to the top making him one of the most sought after media personality not only in the country but also outside beyond.
On August 26th Jalang’o was speaking to Tonnie Murithi on his Youtube show where he revealed how much he has earned recently through his Youtube channel Bonga na Jalas TV .
To many peoples surprise, Jalang’o revealed that recently Google paid him Ksh. 1.8 Million for the Youtube content he shoots.
“Jalang’o TV, we’re barely 2 months old and already at over 200k subscribers. Do you know for the first 3 months since I started my YouTube channel, I’ve had at least 4 shows every week. And YouTube sent us our first cheque of KSh1.8M, just the other day”.To many, getting their first payment through monetized content on Youtube Chanel is an uphill task and when they get their first cheque it’s usually peanuts. Most of content creators give up even before they get approved due to low viewership a trend that Jalang’o says most youths are failing.
He revealed that consistency will determine whether you will succeed or not.
Social Media Millions
But that said and done Jalang’o seems to have been reaping big through other social media platforms apart from YouTube. Jalang’o says he has been earning Millions monthly from Instagram, talk of the adverts his timeline is full of; for every advert or foreign material that doesn’t seem like personal content, that is a cheque right there.
“I have made close to KSh3M a month. Every post is paid for, from the decor companies, to the tour & travels, manufacturing industries, entertainment companies etc. I don’t just wake up and post stuff, it is money bro.” He stated.
The comedian turned radio presenter wakes up every weekday for his morning show at Kiss FM and later in the day works on his side shows with the now trending Jalang’o TV taking most of his free time.
Jalang’o who earlier on had revealed that working at Kiss 100 will be his last employment job, has earned millions thanks to the brand name he has managed to build behind him.
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