As a talent on our platform, you may seen jobs posted for a content creator and wonder ‘What’s the difference between this and an influencer brief?”
So we popped this blog together for you to explain the difference in what a client is looking for when they post these two different types of jobs.
A content creator is someone that a brand engages to produce content on their behalf. This means the creator is a professional photographer/videographer with their own equipment, who also manages the styling, editing, retouching, etc.
Not all influencers are content creators, and vice versa. A content creator may, or may not have a high number of followers.
If you’re an influencer who predominantly creates images on an iphone, and is not engaged to create banks of images for a brand (not to post on social) and are not a professional photo/video creator and editor, then this isn’t the right spot for you. The right section for you to be listed in is the influencer section.
To check out who our clients are looking for when they say ‘content creators’, view:
If you want to apply to be listed in the content creator section, please check off this list first:
- 10 or more photos on your profile
- Bio that lists your experience in creating content and for which brands
- Bio that lists the equipment you use
- Review from a brand that you have created content for in the past (if you haven’t booked a content creator job via our site, you can use ‘request review’ feature to source this from a past client)
If you meet all of those requirements and would like to be listed, please email [email protected] so our team can help!