SkoolLive’s Student Influencers

It is no secret that Instagram reigns supreme in the world of pop culture and trends. The first place people turn when wondering what clothes are “in”, or what makeup looks are hot right now, etc., is Instagram. Particularly, the pages of individuals known as “influencers”.

Influencers are typically young people, who have hundreds of thousands of followers or more. They are considered the trendiest and the most in-the-know people on social media. Many of these influencers have attained almost celebrity status. Being famous is a relatively common dream shared by many people. Today, what that looks like to young people has changed. Most Gen Zers would rather become a social media influencer than a traditional celebrity. SkoolLive has come up with a way to help teens on the path to Internet fame.

The SkoolLive Student Influencer Program helps Gen Z teens jump start their journey, by literally giving Student Influencers access to a nationwide, entirely Gen Z audience. True, there are other programs out there similar to this, however, most of these have some hidden downsides. Some other comparable programs either do not allow their influencers to use their own platforms, meaning they are essentially borrowing the program’s followers instead of growing their own, or the program will take a cut of the influencers’ earnings. SkoolLive not only gives Student Influencers the audience to help build their following, but helps them earn money and receive free swag from their brand partnerships.

What is popular is always changing, and SkoolLive believes the “next big thing” is somewhere on one of their campuses, just waiting to be discovered. SkoolLive’s goal with this program is to empower students to create amazing content, and to help them realize their dreams.

 

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