The Francene Marie Show

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Becoming An Influencer

Content Creators make money, but how? First step is to have an online platform that you like, then establish yourself. Second step is to feed sweet content to your clientele while inviting others to your platform and continue pushing out content. Companies reach out all day searching for the perfect content creator with followers to bait new customers. Going viral with one of your posts could put you on the fast track in becoming an influencer, but putting out good content everyday is challenging. Depending on the algorithm of the platform you post on makes a difference. Although Facebook owns Instagram, they’re two different animals. Take for instance we might be a micro producer like a Kardashian, but we can still bring in money. When you look around at the influencer markets, it’s steady growing into this $15 billion industry. Just as you can become famous, you can get targeted by bullies as well. For instance on TikTok, there’s drama and creators cry out for help, but the company doesn’t help you. Below is a small list to see if you can capitalize on it.

1. Online Teaching
2. Consulting
3. Selling Exclusive Content
4. Subscriptions
5. Selling Art
6. Selling Merch
7. Selling Stock Photos
8. Branded Sponsorships
9. Public Appearances
10. Content Syndication

The list above is is from Influencer Market Hub and it will tell you what to do from the list of 10 ways of becoming an influencer. If you have a certain talent or niche, this could be fun for you! Here’s some research you can do on your own from Niche Pursuits to learn more.

First African American, one-woman syndicated radio host in the Southeast region for major broadcast networks. Over the past 23 years my passion and perseverance has lead me to reach and relate to demographics spanning, Sports stations, Country, Hip-hop, R & B, Gospel, Adult Contemporary & Top 40 radio stations. I have a unique way of setting the tone, and people feel comfortable telling their story,