Instagram’s Top Influencers in 2020

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( — November 3, 2020) — Anyone that uses Instagram is likely following some sort of influencer. Over recent years these individuals have gained more power both on the platform but also in mainstream media, with some now even appearing on TV, purely off the back of being popular on the social media platform.

Below we have listed some of the biggest influencers in 2020, with these having millions of followers. This is an audience that they have built up over a number of years through posting engaging content, plus a number of other things. If you would like to grow your own following organically just like this, then get in contact with the guys at Social Meep who can help you with doing this.

Amanda Cerny – 24.7 Million Followers

Originally finding fame for performing comedy sketches on YouTube and from her use of Vines, Amanda Cerny now tops the table when it comes to the biggest influencers on Instagram. As a result of her online fame, she has made a leap into more mainstream pursuits, appearing alongside Bad Bunny and J Balvin in a recent Cardi B music video. In addition to her popularity on Instagram, she also has a massive 2.6 million subscribers on YouTube.

Zach King – 20.5 Million Followers

Also starting off on Vine, Zach King performs various magic tricks that are video edited for greater effect. This is a technique that he refers to as “digital sleight of hand.” His efforts in doing this saw him win a competition run by Hewlett Packard (HP) back in 2010, which resulted in him appearing in one of the television commercials. He too is popular on YouTube and has almost 4 million subscribers across his two channels on there. 

Liza Koshy – 17.7 Million Followers

Liza Koshy is another Instagram influencer that started out on Vine and has a large following on YouTube also with some 16.7 million subscribers. On Instagram fame came quickly with more than 12 million followers gained between 2016 and 2017. The vast majority of her content is humorous and witty.

James Charles – 15 Million Followers

Having only recently shot to fame on Instagram, the American model and make up artist James Charles first started out with his YouTube channel in 2015, which now has 15 millions subscribers. His online exploits have seen him become the first ever male to represent CoverGirl. In addition to Instagram and YouTube, he is also popular on Twitter too with more than 3.28 millions followers on the platform. 

Nikkie De Jager – 11.8 Million Followers

A makeup artist who posts tutorials on both her Instagram account and YouTube channel, Nikkie De Jager reportedly earns more than one million dollars each year from her online exploits alone. Her YouTube channel has 11.8 million subscribers and she also has a further 1.5 million followers on Twitter.