You’ve created a profile, and brands know you’re game to collaborate, but now you want to get in the game. There are several reasons why you would want to increase your number of booking requests: 

  • You get to pick and choose your collaborations (who doesn’t love options)

  • You can increase your total earnings (more money sounds pretty sweet)

  • You’re looking for exciting content to keep your followers inspired and engaged (because telling interesting stories is what it’s all about). 

To get the ball rolling, here are 5 ways to get more bookings: 

1. Make your profile shine

There are 3 things you can do to make your profile really shine. 

First, upload a cover photo and profile photo, so your profile looks attractive (and complete!) to brands who are browsing for creators to collaborate with. 

Second, add all the topics you like to post about in your social media channels, so you'll pop up in more search results when brands look for specific creators to partner up with. 

Lastly, write something creative in About Me. This is one of the first impressions you’ll make on a brand, so write something about yourself, and your social media that will really make you stand out from the crowd!

2. Create Unique URL

Share a unique URL to your profile on your social channels so that brands can easily access it. To create one, go to Settings in the Menu Bar and choose Profile under Accounts Settings. Here, you can select your own unique URL, then click Save. 

3. Add all Channels

Some brands look for creators in a specific channel. In other words, adding all your channels will make you relevant to more brands. You can add up to 7 different, and brands will be able to see what distribution power you hold. Adding channels are also a great way to keep track of your number of followers and compare them to other creators.

4. Give Endorsements and Feedback

Brands can sort any selection of creators based on price, endorsements, and feedback, so it's important that you gather positive ones! Creators can give you endorsements, and you can endorse them as well. 

Brands give you feedback after you complete a booking, and it's a way to reward awesome work. It also helps create a trustworthy community! 

Feel free to message the brand if they haven't given you feedback after a booking.

5. Name Your Price

We obviously think you’re worth a million bucks and no brand should ever pay you less, but underpricing can be a neat trick to get a couple booking requests going and gain some reviews on your profile. Once you have some experience, you may need some guidance on determining what your pricing should be. We suggest browsing for similar creators to benchmark yourself.

Remember that you can always negotiate on price if you're not happy with the initial budget brands offer you.

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