Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking & Inanna Sarkis Open Up About What Makes Their Online Presence Different From the Rest

Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking & Inanna Sarkis Open Up About What Makes Their Online Presence Different From the Rest

There’s one thing different about Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking and Inanna Sarkis‘s online presence on all of their platforms — do you know what it is?

“We don’t curse,” Lele shared in a new feature with WWD of the most important thing that people probably don’t notice. “We send a very positive message.”

She adds, “The message that you’re portraying, that’s what drives the type of people that follow you. That’s why we have to be extra careful.”

In the feature, Lele, Inanna and Hannah also open up about how they measure success in their field.

“I measure success depending on the brands that come to you, the opportunities that you get, also the feedback that you get from people,” Lele says. “Obviously, the numbers and engagement are good, but as a person, it’s who you are on the Internet.”

For Hannah, it’s about the feedback: “I measure my success online mainly when people tell me they haven’t laughed that hard in a while or if my shows help them get through a bad day or a certain bad time in their life.”

Inanna‘s success is measured in a different way, because she only posts on a bi-weekly schedule, and there’s a reason for it.

“I really don’t want to rush my videos,” she says. “I want to keep the quality of them and I feel like if I do it every week I might diminish that, but at the same time, I do want to figure out a way to create something that’s more simple for the in-between.”

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