Instagram Influencer: Nailed It!
I am so happy and excited - today I completed my first Instagram Influencer job. I have done loads of influencer jobs before but they have always been through my blog where I create a blog post and share that post on my social media channels.
Today I completed my first influencer job that was only on my Instagram account. I did a takeover of another account and created a 9 grid - yes I had to learn what that was quickly in order to complete this job. I also had to create 3 videos to share as stories on that account too.
I was so worried about this job and unsure of myself but I got feedback from the client earlier and they are super happy - they said out of all the influencers they are working with on this campaign I've impressed them the most with my work and professionalism.
And I have been in knots all week about this job, so it was such awesome feedback.
In case you don't know what a 9 grid is - here's what my grid looks like!
A grid can be 3 (a single row), 6 (2 rows), 9 (3 rows) or even more where the images have the same theme and often the same photo or graphics moves through the images.
And you know what? They offered me a designer and I was like no thanks, I got this. Thank you to Canva! A few years back I was paying someone to create all my images for my own websites and now I am able to create my own images for a professional influencer job!
I can't believe the amount of things that I have learned and achieved over the last few years.
Recently I have seen how huge the market is for Instagram influencers and decided to start working on making a name for myself there. The results have been very exciting.
Check out my training below on the steps I took to become an online influencer and these are the steps I am following now to build my Instagram influencer name.