Jill Duggar has been exiled from Counting On, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t interested in using her platform to make money.
After her husband Derick Dillard’s relationship with TLC came to an end due to controversial tweets he posted, Jill Duggar was caught in the middle. Ultimately, the couple decided to move on with their lives outside the show.
Having a lot of followers on social media could allow for some lucrative business proposals. Being a social media influencer comes with perks, and earlier this week Counting On fans thought Jill Duggar was headed that way.
There was a post put up on her Instagram for the Fab Fit Fun box, something a lot of other reality stars promote as well. Jill Duggar has over 1.6 million followers on Instagram and promoting products has the potential to make her a lot of money.
However, at some point the Fab Fit Fun ad post was removed from Jill Duggar’s Instagram account. Critics were quick to jump on her, with some suggesting it could mean the company had cut ties with her.
But the background behind why the ad was taken down isn’t clear, and it could well have been Jill who decided she wanted to take it down.
Either way, with Derick Dillard heading to law school and another baby rumored to be on the way, Jill Duggar has to find a way to bring money in — and being an influencer may do just that.
Whether more ads appear on her Instagram feed in the coming weeks and months remains to be seen.
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