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Best Ways To Find Brands for Social Media Influencer

Best ways for social media influencers, including small influencers, to find brands to work with:

1. Identify Relevant Platforms

First of all, some wonderful news for content creators all over the world is that there are many influencer marketing platforms like Luxe STAR that are designed specifically for helping content creators and brands. Here at Insense, we help content creators find, manage and reap the rewards (including getting paid) of brand collaborations. All from within our site and app.There are plenty of other platforms for finding brand collaborations too. A quick Google search will help you find some.Do your research and decide which one seems best for your needs, and keep our platform in mind! Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about our platform or about brand collabs in general.

2. Check Other Content Creator’s Feeds

Another awesome way to find brands that offer collaborations to content creators is to see which brands other creators are working with.The easiest way to do that is to take a look at their social media feeds. Instagram, TikTok and YouTube are particularly ripe with brand collaborations.Whether you’re a blogger, YouTuber or Instagram model, you’ll probably be able to find similar profiles that have gotten brand collaborations. Remember, micro-influencers get collabs too!

3. Identify Brands You Like

While using a platform like Luxe STAR will open up a world of brands to collaborate with, you should also consider which brands you really like.If there’s a particular brand you want to work with, see which influencers are already working with them. Hopefully, there’ll be influencers relevant to your niche, but even if there aren’t, you can reach out to the brand to show them your work and see if they’re interested in working together.We’ll share some tips on reaching out to brands in the next section.

4. Identify Brands That Already Engage With You

Even if you’re a content creator with a small following, there may be brands that are already engaging with your content. Check your list of followers, your likes, your comments and your DM’s to see if there are any brands that have tried to establish contact with you.




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