Bloggers – Earn some extra pennies with the Webfluential invite and earn tool

Webfluential blogger network

I’m signed up to a lot of blogger networks. Most of the time I register on the promise of exciting brand opportunities, and six months later I’m still waiting. In the meantime, there’s nothing really in it for me.

Webfluential is a bit different.

On the one hand, Webfluential is like a lot of other influencer networks – it connects bloggers and brands and offers you the chance to earn money through blog campaigns and social media promotions – but it has a few extras that make it a little bit special. For instance, you can choose to set your own prices for different types of work, so if you’ve got a very strong presence on one channel, you can charge a higher price for work through this.

It also helps you to create your very own online media pack, which could be really useful when pitching to other brands. All you have to do is connect up your social accounts, and it draws in follower information, including audience demographics. You then get a unique link to your profile, that you can share with anyone you like.

Here’s mine as an example, pretty cool isn’t it?

Webfluential blogger network

Sign up, invite others and start earning!

The other cool thing is that even if you aren’t working on campaigns, you still have the option to earn money through their invite and earn tool. It’s dead easy – you get a personalised link to share with other people however you choose, and every time someone signs up, completes their profile and links a few channels, you earn money.

You can earn up to $50 per person, depending on their reach, so it’s well worth doing. You even get a list of people who’ve started the process through your link, so you can give them a nudge if you fancy it.

So there you go, sign up now, set up your media kit, and start earning!

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  1. 4 February, 2016 / 8:27 pm

    Ooh I did sign up for this but haven’t done much with it since, must get cracking! I love how visual this is my creaky old media pack was built in MS word ;)

  2. 5 February, 2016 / 12:27 pm

    Ohh interesting! I’m going to have a look, thanks for the recommendation.

  3. 6 February, 2016 / 12:16 pm

    Sounds good, I really need to get my myself organised with something like this. Thanks xx

  4. 7 February, 2016 / 7:02 pm

    You’ve sold me – already clicked on the link to have a look!

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