Ads and Sponsorships

How to land sponsorships from major brands as a creator

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Joshua Bell is one of the best violinists in the world. But when he was asked to busk in the L’Enfant Plaza Station in Washington, D.C. with his 3.5 million dollar violin, he only collected a measly $32. Thousands of people rushed past the world-renowned violinist, but only 20 people (roughly) tossed a bit of change into his violin case. As it turns out, context

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How to use paid ads to launch a digital product and drive sales

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Whether you want to launch an ebook, a course, a community, or a new album, paid advertising helps you drive awareness, clicks, and conversions. Advertising is an important part of pretty much every digital product launch. The marketing strategy belongs with organic social media, search engine optimization (SEO), and email marketing in the same way that soap goes with water or peanut butter goes with

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How to be successful with brand sponsorships as a creator: Top tips from Justin Moore

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There has never been a better time to be a content creator. Content creation has exploded in recent years. But with revenues on the uptrend, it’s important to be aware of the significant wealth distribution gap in the industry. Sponsorship Coach and Founder of Creator Wizard, Justin Moore, is an expert at helping creators earn a living doing what they love. Justin joins us on

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How to find partnerships that scale your creator business

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Your creator business doesn’t have to live in a silo. It doesn’t have to be you against the algorithm. With partnerships and collaborations, you can grow your following, sell more products, and create new revenue streams. Brett Larkin, yoga teacher and creator of Uplifted Yoga, figured out the power of partnerships early on. “Working in a niche industry like yoga can be challenging when it…

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