It takes a lot of strength to marry into the British Royal Family. Say it happened with someone. The Tig could make the duchess millions if she revives it.
Meghan Markle to make millions from Tig
According to Express.co.uk, The Tig 1.0 made $80,000 per year before social media and the internet became important in the public's life. According to David, the current advancement in the field of lifestyle, entertainment and social media could lead to the creation of millions of dollars in income for the newlywed bride-to-be.
If the analysis is to be believed, The Tig would make millions from it's five ways of branding.
- David believes Meghan has the potential to create sponsored content - as she used to before as an actress. She ‘could partner with brands that align with The Tig's mission and values to create sponsored content.’
- Affiliate marketing would help her commission by ‘promoting products or services that are relevant to The Tig's audience.’ Meghan could take the route of affiliate marketing through blog posts, social media updates and/or newsletters.
- Merchandising and hosting events are other two things that’ll help the Duchess make more money from her passion project. She could curate special clothing items, accessories, and home decor items or host workshops, retreats, or webinars.
- Additionally, if Meghan wants, she can take up offering premium content ‘such as e-books, courses or coaching services,’ which seems high-likely as the details filled for reviving the blogs included that her site would dole out ‘commentary in the field of personal relationships.’
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Why did Meghan shut down the blog?
There is a major reason for The Tig to be shut down. According to the Mirror, the former Suits actress discontinued her website in order tominimize the amount of media scrutiny ahead of her wedding to Harry.
According to Omid Scobie, a Royal author and a friend of the duchess, she was worried that anything she wrote could be used to fuel false speculation. He spoke.
It wasn't so much that her blog was criticized as it was used to fuel false speculation about her personal life with the prince.
If she and Harry weren’t seen in three days, someone at a gossip blog would pull up her recipe for acai bowls and write a story that that was what she was serving her new man.
Or her post about the benefits of green juice: Was this the diet she was making Harry follow?
King Charles shared an unseen childhood photo and he looked like this royal.
The sources were used.
It was upsetting that The Tig was shut down for Prince Harry.
There are five ways that The Tig 2.0 will be monetized.