OnePiece Lets Customers Pay for Clothes With Social Media Followers

by: Joseph On  Tuesday, November 11, 2014

OnePiece Ambassador System

If you have a bunch of followers spread out between various social networks but haven’t figured out a way to monetize them, good news: You’re not alone. And there’s more good news – if you can make it to the new OnePiece pop-up store in SoHo, you can use them to pay for clothes.

It works like this: By plugging all of your major social media accounts (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Vine, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn) into the “OnePiece ambassador system,” you get a grand total of all your social media followers. For every 500 people who follow you, you get a dollar in OnePiece merchandise. The amount you can earn is capped at $500, which will only make a difference to you if you have more than 250,000 social media followers.

You can get more information on OnePiece’s new social media experiment from an article in Vogue here. And the OnePiece pop-up in question is offering this discount up until November 17th.  So you have until then to accumulate as many social media followers as possible. Good luck.