This is a list of every single influencer marketing agency you need to sign up for.
Signing up for these various networks is a great way to get a huge increase in opportunities and income. I can tell you from personal experience that I resisted signing up for a bunch of networks for the longest time. I finally bit the bullet and spent several days registering for these and setting up email notifications.
Within a week of taking the time to do this, my inbox became inundated with brands interested in working with me almost daily. My income has continued to skyrocket and I love the opportunities these agencies have brought in.
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Tips For Success
- Fill out every single field allowed for the profiles.
- Connect all of your social accounts, even if they don’t have a big following. Create accounts as needed.
- Create a document where you can quickly copy a description, keyword list, etc into the various profiles. Many of them have redundant boxes to fill in and this will help you maintain cohesiveness.
- Login to each agency and poke around at least once per month. Many of them have secret algorithms which reward activity on their systems.
Blog Influencing and Passive Income
Many of the influencer networks also call for blog posts. Obviously you are reading this because you want to increase your revenue. If you are running a blog with more than 10,000 visitors per month, the Ezoic ad network is a great additional way to increase earnings on content. The network supports multiple types of ad streams and pairs well as you continue to bid on sponsored post opportunities.
The Influencer Marketing Agency Master List
Advertising Disclosure: When applicable, I have used affiliate links for the signup process. At no extra cost to you, I may receive a small commission when you register or complete a campaign. None of these agencies have paid me directly to be listed.
Activate has one of the more extensive profile forms out there and does a good job of matching you to campaigns. The genres available are varied, with a great selection of different types of campaigns to choose from. Payment is usually Net 30 from content approval dates.
With a complex platform, AspireIQ has integrated a basic CRM and project management features within their platform to let you keep track of opportunities and sponsorships. Initially limited to 5 proposals per month, successful brand partnerships allows you to start bidding on more. This influencer marketing agency has a ton of variety.
Blog Meets Brand
This influencer platform seems to focus on health, food, and travel genre campaigns. Payment terms are NET 60 days from the content publishing. The response times and communication from the team on Blog Meets Brand is one of the fastest I’ve encountered among the various agencies.
This agency focused on small budget campaigns which are almost always blog posts.
Dealspotr is unique in that it allows you to filter by products which can be included in round-ups and not just featured in content along. This allows for a lot of possibilities, especially if you are blogging about gift ideas.
Many of the campaigns here are product exchanges and affiliates with an emphasis on the beauty and lifestyle genres. There are also a good amount of international campaigns.
Huge variety of genres across this platform. The free influencer program offers a lot of non-paid opportunities. Upgrading to the Pro version for $4 will allow you to get paid for many, which is worth doing if you find a lot of potential opportunities here you’d like to work with.
Influence Central is a relatively new influencer marketing agency for me – I have yet to apply or try their campaigns. This is me following me own advice and signing up for them all!
The Influence4U agency seems to have more lifestyle than other genres, with a bit of food related campaigns sprinkled in. The platform allows you to bid on up to 5 campaigns at a time using a revolving credit system, meant to encourage quality from its influencers.
With different plans from free, which gives you 5 bids per month and a $100 minimum cashout, to $5/month for unlimited bids and a $25 minimum cashout. The Izea influencer marketing agency does a good job of describing what each campaign is looking for, in terms of demographics and reach, to help bidding influencers ensure they are an excellent match.
The Obviously influencer marketing agency has a lot of fun with their platform. They offer rewards in the way of “Corgis.” Yes, the dog, as a currency. The rewards are pretty decent, with gift card bonuses and marketing bonuses, plus some special gifts and events.
Many gigs on PopularPays are for 10k+ followers. Quite a few influencer campaigns are available with 0-1k+ minimums, in trade for product. Huge variety of genres of brands.
With new campaigns almost daily, this is a great source for parenting, lifestyle, and recipe genres. Prices to campaigns are automatically preset, dependent on your audience and reach. When applying for campaigns at this extremely popular influencer marketing agency, you’ll want to bring your A-game.
Payment terms are between NET 45 and NET 60, with a small deposit to cover product purchase upon approval.
The Sway influencer agency is full of food and lifestyle campaigns, as well as events.
This influencer marketing agency has a recently revamped dashboard with minimum payout of $100, at the end of each month. Requesting payment early or for less comes with a $5 fee.
Upgraded accounts allow for bidding on additional opportunities, reducing payout fees, and increased visibility to brands.
This influencer platform allows you to create a media kit to send to brands. It is one of the better looking versions premade out there. Lots of great variety of brands, with an option to hide the ones you don’t want to connect with.
Did I miss any? Which of these are your favorites and why?
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