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July 3. Last Updated July 3, There is a lot more than meets the eye to this lime-in-eye-squeezing, goat-stealing, weed smoking 20 something year old. There is a lot we can learn from him about growing a brand, creating viral content and monetizing it. That is of course if you're willing to overlook his often borderline illegal antics and overall terrible behavior. Let me start by making something clear. I think Supreme Patty is a pretty horrible person. If you want to know why, spend about 2 minutes on his wall. I'm in no way suggesting that you do some of the stuff he does for attention on his channel, even though, for him, it works extremely well. Now, I won't lie and say I don't still follow him on Instagram.
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Social media has leveled the playing field for stardom. Anyone with a smartphone and a strong will can find themselves with millions of followers, effectively turning their presence and content into a full-fledged business. But a following of millions often comes with a price — like lemon juice in your eyes. Supreme Patty , a year-old who hails from Daytona, Florida, boasts more than 2. His feed is filled with stunts and skits, most of which put himself in a compromising situations — like squeezing lime juice into his eyes and going snowboarding. That one landed him in the hospital. He's also pretty well known for putting random stuff inside of his bong. In August, Patty filled one up with some Slurpee at a 7-Eleven. Patty rips the bong inside the store, then drinks some of the colored sugar ice before running out seemingly without paying. He later smashed the bong.
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July 3. Last Updated July 3, There is a lot more than meets the eye to this lime-in-eye-squeezing, goat-stealing, weed smoking 20 something year old. There is a lot we can learn from him about growing a brand, creating viral content and monetizing it.

That is of course if you're willing to overlook his often borderline illegal antics and overall terrible behavior. Let me start by making something clear. I think Supreme Patty is a pretty horrible person. If you want to know why, spend about 2 minutes on his wall. I'm in no way suggesting that you do some of the stuff he does for attention on his channel, even though, for him, it works extremely well. Now, I won't lie and say I don't still follow him on Instagram. I watch his stories almost daily and I get an occasional nose laugh from his antics.

BUT the real reason I follow him is because he fascinates me as a marketer. Like I said, there is a lot we can learn from him. Yes, sheep-stealing, lime-in-eye squeezing, riot inciting Supreme Patty knows how to get views and followers and he executes like an absolute boss.

He has amassed an Instagram and YouTube following of enviable proportions and he did it all while being seemingly himself. Even though "being himself," isn't great in his case, it is always nice to see people succeed without being fake. At the time of writing, his Instagram account has 6. Also, these aren't fake followers from some click factory in a 3rd world country either. Supreme Patty has an A- Social Blade rating on his Instagram page and he gets incredible engagement on his posts.

His YouTube is a B- but it is obviously all real followers based on the data shown. Instagram is definitely his more established channel it is also about 4 years older. He wasn't born into a famous family, he isn't a professional athlete, obnoxiously good looking or any of that stuff you find in most Instagram accounts of his size. Many of the things that Supreme Patty did to grow his brand can be emulated by just about anybody. If you're curious what a reach like that should translate to in dollars, it's easily in the 7 figures.

If monetized very well, it could be even more. Is Supreme Patty clearing 7 figures per year? I'm not sure honestly. Many influencers poorly monetize their followings. I don't get that vibe with Supreme Patty though. I'll get into why shortly. His parents divorced when he was 3 and he never graduated high school. He did get a GED. It's fair to say the odds were stacked against him, which makes his rise to fame even more impressive and interesting. He opened his Instagram account in using " SupremePatty" as his handle after creating it in a name generator.

He opened his YouTube channel 2 years later in April of His first viral video was him eating 3 hot dogs in 5 seconds. It went viral thanks to Orlando Bloom sharing it with his followers. You'd categorize Supreme Patty first as a comedian, but he is also technically a rapper. The rapping came after his fame was already established. Supreme Patty joins other notable celebrities like Joaquin Phoenix above who became "musicians" after they had already found fame. Supreme Patty is no exception. His music is absolutely horrible.

But then again, I'm getting old I am not in Supreme Patty's target demographic. From a business standpoint, he'd be wise to NOT worry about my opinions of him or his music. His first popular track was released in I won't tell you the name of the song because I'm afraid you'll go and listen to it. So, what is Supreme Patty's net worth? Supreme Patty's actual net worth is difficult to find. Regardless of how much cash he has saved up, Patty has built an audience that should continue to pay him for years to come.

After following him for months and scrolling through every one of his posts, I've narrowed down Supreme Patty's success to five core elements. Supreme Patty has surrounded himself around other Instagram celebrities and he has leveraged that exposure to grow his own channel. Now, at this point, this isn't a one sided exchange. If someone collaborates with Supreme Patty on an Instagram post, they're going to gain new followers as well.

Even if they're account is bigger than Patty's. Although he's collaborated with tons of big names, the best example might be when he brought FoodGod on a video where he said he was taking him to a fine restaurant. It ended up being a McDonald's and FoodGod was not happy about it. I like this example because FoodGod got famous from bumping elbows with celebrities.

Perhaps you've heard of the Kardashians? If you take just one thing from this article let it be this: consistently associating with people who have large followings and influence will help grow your own following and influence. A connection to them creates almost instant exposure to their audiences AND if they tag you or share your content, people will follow you out of nothing more than curiosity.

Patty very likely realized that getting the support of influencers was so powerful from the first time Orlando Bloom shared his 3 hot dogs in 5 seconds video. Here are a just a few of the mega Instagram stars he has collaborated with over the past couple of years Once he had a large enough following of his own, many of these influencers likely approached him.

One of the beauties of having nearly no limits to how far you'll go with your content is that you can make videos that people almost HAVE to click. Here is a picture of what Supreme Patty's feed looks like at the time of posting. You tell me, are these more entertaining than the typical Instagram feed? Patty uses curiosity whether he means to or not to drive engagement to his content.

His Instagram thumbnails always make you wonder "what the hell is going on here? He'd probably also be horrified since he's a good Mormon dude and Supreme Patty's antics are One of the reasons I chose Supreme Patty for this post was because I noticed he was monetizing his brand on his own website and he was doing it from what I can tell really well.

He drives traffic almost daily with Instagram stories that encourage the viewer to get free chains, watches, bongs and accessories. His catchphrase is "swipe up to get iced up," and he is very consistent with plugging it in his stories. Now, I know it's obviously working, but I can't really believe that people are wearing this cheap "ice" in public.

But, again, I am getting old. What do I know. Once visitors, "swipe up to get iced up," they see a bunch of other chains, bongs and accessories at SupremePatty. Although he is targeting a younger crowd that likely has less buying power, I'm sure he's making some serious sales.

He uses it to encourage new and existing fans to follow his brand and to reach their circles of friends as well. Users must enter a name, location and zip-code to select a shipping method and a credit card before checking out. The length of time that deliveries require may indicate that Supreme Patty ships from a manufacturer outside of the country, but the site does not specify the location. Now, I've been in the e-commerce business for awhile and I almost immediately recognized the chain I added to my cart This is the chain I added to my cart from SupremePatty.

I found the exact goofy chain I added to my cart on DHgate. This leaves plenty of room for profits. Hey, nothing wrong with some capitalism baby! I'm not here to slam Patty for making a buck, but I want to show how he's doing it. The best Instagram accounts do a good job of creating hashtags that their followers can use and relate to. He brings these together with lildickgang and shrimpgang. What ends up happening is people who do crazy things like Supreme Patty use the hashtag and creating their own feed of insane content.

This also grows his brand tremendously. Ok, this is an area that I do give Patty tons of props. Supreme Patty isn't one of those Instagram celebrities that uses tons of filters and pretends everything is always perfect.

You don't get the vibe that there is anything about Supreme Patty's life that you don't hear about. His followers love that. It makes him human. Just a really popular, insane human. Supreme Patty is very open about his struggle with acne. It's easy to label someone who rose to fame by doing things like pouring hot sauce in his eyes as a moron, but there is more than that with Supreme Patty.



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