While being an influencer is not easy, being an influencer’s manager is not that hard. For one, you don’t need to have a pretty face and a well-stocked wardrobe for the job. For another, you don’t even need a high Instagram following. All you need is a phone.
Influencers are up and rising in our culture all over the globe nowadays. And the only way to make money off of being famous online is to start promoting brands in exchange for revenue. Companies want to be seen and heard, and they have the money to pay for promotions online. Influencers are seen and heard, and they need the money to feed their glamorous lifestyles.
The job of an influencer manager is to add two and two together and make four. Contact influencers of your choosing and ask them if they’d like to have an opportunity to do more sponsorships and get more revenue. Then contact brands and companies and convince them to work with your chosen influencer.
When the job is done, you can take 10% of the cut, and all you had to do was make a few phone calls and be persuasive.
If you’re skeptical, don’t worry, I was too. Until I heard some people had used this method to pay for their college tuition and more. There’s more potential here than you might recognize right now, just as long as you’re willing to go around neighborhoods and find work.
Nothing more remarkable than flying drones into the warm, open-air is what I’ve heard from the latest whispers on the grapevine.
Drones are famous, of course. But they are also instrumental. We can use them for several things – from surveillance to irrigation, security, and agile camerawork. The kind of shots you can take with a machine that can fly over, tilt, and hang upside down and do all of it while remaining stable and in control is crazy. Drones are the new advancement in commercial photography.
If you can shoot a short two-minute video of something to advertise it, and you can use a drone to put out the best, wildest, and most imaginative film you’re capable of, then you should know you’re in demand. Drone filmography is the best out there right now, and companies would pay small bucketfuls to have it.
Have you got any friendly equipment lying around in your attic that you don’t get the best use out of? Maybe a camera, or some fishing or camping gear, or even an excellent drone? Take it out and rent it to people who need it.
It’s not the most convenient thing to buy a camera for a photoshoot of only one day or buy new camping gear and use it only a week every year. It is so much more affordable and sensible to rent the equipment when you need it and then give it back.
You can do a whole business out of this need, and many people have. It’s the most straightforward idea, and it’s not that hard to start.