Bloggers and influencers must have a few photography apps on their devices to ensure that the images they use on their content are of top quality. Top-quality images attract readers and also establish the credibility of a website or a blog. Stock photos are okay to use sometimes, but there will always be content that demands its own images for that added shock-value.
What is a media kit?
Media Kits or also known as Blog kits, or Press kits can be compared to a portfolio. It is a package of information about products, events, or business. Usually, it could be likened to a company profile. It lists down a blogger or an influencer’s photo with her details. A media kit is usually used to showcase the influencer which includes their passions and their talents.
Important statistics shown in a media kit may include several likes and follows in different social media platforms. Sometimes, there is even information to show the common demographic of readers like the age group and gender. Also, it shows the creator’s number of working websites and previous works. Some media kits even show daily stats or analytics like page views, unique visits, total page visits in a day, and more. [Read more…]
Racism is one of the biggest problems everyone has to face in this emerging world. Human culture, despite being more accepting, still indirectly discriminates against those that are considered as minorities. Since it is inexplicitly inculcated in the behavior of many cultures, people who are considered “different” are usually discriminated against.
Blog and influencer earnings and expenses
It is true that bloggers and influencers earn by the thousands for almost every post they have. When an influencer posts content, it will surely earn depending on viewer interactions. If the posted content is sponsored by brands, then the influencer or blogger will earn even more. This is why bloggers and influencers earn much more than “conventional” jobs. [Read more…]
Blogging, vlogging, and influencing are among the highest-paying employment in this digital age. It may be true that a good percentage of accounts on social media platforms are either bloggers or influencers. This makes the development of computer-generated influencers inevitable in the future. And that future is now.