Supporting Her Family: Inside Jill Duggar’s New Money-Making Scheme

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Oct. 22 2018, Updated 5:27 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar is doing everything she can to make some extra cash for her family! While her husband Derick Dillard attends law school, the mom of two is getting creative to pay the bills — especially since she can no longer rely on a Counting On income.

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Jill’s latest money-making venture involves her doing a paid partnership giveaway on Instagram. The Duggar daughter posted a photo of products, including placemats, designed by two faith-based companies.

Jill encouraged fans to like the photo and follow the brands to win $100, but she made sure to add a disclaimer that it was a “paid partnership” on her end.

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This isn’t the first time Jill has tried her hand at Instagram paid partnerships to make a buck or two. She previously teamed up with FabFitFun to make extra cash.

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After getting fan backlash, Jill later deleted the FabFitFun post. Some fans didn’t approve of her latest post either. “Pimping products. Godly,” one fan slammed.

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Regardless of what fans think, Jill has been doing what she can to provide for her family, especially since Derick got them kicked off Counting On with his controversial tweets. Plus, with Derick in law school full time, the mom of two needs to pay the bills somehow.

What do you think of Jill’s decision to do an Instagram paid partnership?


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