Determining Your Influencer Level

We offer the largest collection of free resources to help influencers launch, grow and sustain their professional influencer skills. To help make the best use of our resources, use the information provided below to determine your influencer level.

Rachel Regal

Getting Started:

  • You are somewhat new to the world of influencing
  • You are growing your audience and determining the best channels for you to create and distribute content
  • You’re learning best practices for each social channel
  • You haven’t been paid for a brand collaboration, but you might have created content for free or in exchange of product
  • You don’t have a rate card, or really know what you should charge brands
  • You want to learn how to grow your audience and collaborate more with brands
Jade Joselyn

Going Pro:

  • You consider yourself to be an influencer and have for a couple of years
  • You have an established audience and would like to continue to grow your reach
  • You understand the fundamentals of each social channel and want to learn how to make the most of each post you create
  • You create sponsored content for brands on a regular basis
  • You want to increase the amount of sponsored work you do for brands and diversify the types of content you create
  • You have a basic rate card, but aren’t sure when to increase your rates and still guess on what to charge for some collaborations
  • You know the basics and are ready to take things to the next level
Kelly Lund

Sustaining Expertise

  • You are an influencer and have been for 3 or more years
  • You have a loyal audience that you engage with regularly
  • You make a full time living from the work you do with brands
  • You are working with brands on mostly sponsored content and want to experiment with new ways to collaborate
  • You have established rates for a variety of types of sponsored content and are starting to understand pricing seasonally
  • You consider yourself a professional and want to stay on top of trends and maintain your position