List of Influencer Agencies

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By joining influencer egency you will get an immediate access to their platform and brands that you can work with. Browse curated offers from brands and apply to campaigns based on your interests. Brands can also send you pitches if they feel you are a good fit for their campaign. Once you receive a pitch, simply complete the work outlined by the brand.

Here is the list of some agencies:

TapInfluence –  offering some of the largest and most well-paid
campaigns for travel bloggers — including press trips.

BlogHer Publishing Network – they pay influencers to promote
their partner brands on social media.

Clever Girls Collective – they regularly update their online “job
board” of influencer campaign opportunities, which you can apply
for. Here you’ll find a lot of large, national brands.

One2One Network – they focus on social media campaigns, and
often work with fun boutique brands. Their network features
23,000+ women aged 18-55+ from the USA / Canada.

The Mobile Media Lab – their focus is on Instagram campaigns, and
you can apply to be a part of their network if you have 10,000+
Instagram followers.

Perlu – passion for helping influencers (over simply making brands happy).

Rainmaker Collective – their algorithm matches brand campaign
requests with the right influencers. For each brand campaign
request, they choose 10-15 influencers to apply.

Impact Travel Alliance ($) – there are loads of
collaboration opportunities as well as campaigns and press trips.

Melt Influence – this platform is how the Melt Content agency
coordinates their blogger work, including paid press trips,
sponsored content and events.

Insense – their network has over 1500 lifestyle brands, with a
focus on paid Instagram campaigns. They currently have 35,000+
influencers and content creators on their roster.

She’s Wanderful ($) – this network works with female influencers
with at least 5k UVM, 2k Twitter followers, 2k Facebook fans, 1k
Instagram followers and 500+ YouTube followers.

Style Coalition – they work with brands like Dior, Chanel, L’Oreal,
GUESS, eBay, Lincoln, and Sephora, and do all kinds of campaigns
— even paid events.

Goat Agency – they’ve worked with over 40,000 influencers from
a variety of niches to get brands in front of targeted audiences.
Focus is on value + engagement over just follower count.

The Cirqle – once you sign up, you can join any campaign that you
meet the requirements for. New campaigns offering cash and/or
product incentives are launched daily.

Fohr – they work with hundreds of brands and agencies all over
the world, and even offer weekly classes for influencers. Plus you
can download your profile to use as a verified reach media kit.

HelloSociety – this influencer network focuses on more than just
numbers, pairing influencers with brands based on their style,
voice, experiences and interests, too.

AspireIQ – they use machine learning to pool their 500,000
influencers based on demographics, content quality and audience
to customize each campaign.

TAKUMI – this platform focuses on Instagram campaigns. When
chosen for a campaign, you’ll receive a brief and mood images to
help inspire your content.

Fullscreen Media – this social content company provides creative,
strategy, and marketing services for creators and brands. You’ll
need to meet certain YouTube criteria before being accepted.

Mavrck Influencer Platform – connect your social accounts, and
they’ll reach out to you when there’s a good campaign fit. They’ve
worked with brands like JetBlue, Nike and Unilever.

BrandSnob – this influencer marketing app delivers branded
campaigns straight to your smartphone. They use AI and machine
learning to connect you with branded campaigns.

Ifluenz – an Instagram influencer marketing platform. You’ll need a
minimum of 5,000 followers to be accepted, though they focus on
engagement over sheer numbers.

TRIBE – brands create briefs and invite micro-influencers to submit
a pitch with rate. If the brand approves it, the influencer publishes
content directly to their channels and is paid immediately.

NeoReach – they currently have over 130 brands working with
them for influencer campaigns. Some brands they’ve worked with
include Airbnb, TLC and Investigation Discovery.

OBVIOUSLY – this influencer marketing network works on 6
continents, working with brands like Cunard, Air France, BBC and
Google.

Social Circle – they’ve worked with brands like Nickelodeon, The
Telegraph and Wicked on Broadway, and offer ways for creators
to connect with one another, too.

Popular Pays – when selected by a brand, you’ll respond to
creative briefs sent to you. There are lots of built-in tracking
tools.

ACTIVATE – a gorgeous platform with high-quality influencer and
brand collabs as well as powerful insights. Check out their Case
Studies section.

Influence – this influencer network by Newswire sends you
collaboration proposals from brands that you can accept or
decline. They’ve worked with Adidas, Glamour and more.

Viral Nation – this platform helps you monetize your Instagram,
YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Twitch. They’ve
worked with McDonald’s, Calm App, Scotiabank and more.

Webfluential – on this network, you’ll need to apply to be a
creator. They like a minimum of 10k combined following across
your channels.

Happy collabs!

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