When you are an influencer, it is important to know the ins and outs of brand partnerships in order to make money. Influencing is a prosperous career path once you figure out how to earn a steady income from it. Here are some tips on how to price brand partnerships on your blog.
1. Recognize your brand
This one is actually very important when it comes to securing brand deals. You want to look for and work with brands that fit your own personal brand and image. That being said, if you have a lifestyle blog it would make the most sense for you to seek out partnerships with brands that fall into the lifestyle category. This way, the brands that you promote will best fit your followers and image.
2. Know your rate
Knowing how much to charge for brand partnerships is a necessity if you want to start making a sustainable salary from your blog. Influencer Marketing Hub has numerous resources for calculating rates for Instagram, Youtube, and TikTok partnerships. If you have a hard time knowing how much money you are worth, this is a good place to start.
3. Get a manager
If you are someone who has a successful blog or social media page, it might be time to look into getting a manager. Managers are another great resource for getting brand deals. Furthermore, a manager helps to make sure you are getting fair income from brand partnerships. Managers also assist in communicating with brands to feature on your blog.
Know your worth! You can earn a living through your blog by capitalizing on brand partnerships. Just remember to find brands that fit you, know your rate, and even look into getting a manager. It is time to take the next step in monetizing your blog.
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Katie Ault is a blogging intern at LadyBossBlogger. She has graduated from Bridgewater State University with a BFA in English Literature and a minor in Sociology.