For a long time, being an influencer wasn't taken seriously as a profession, however, children today are three times more likely to aspire to be a YouTuber than an astronaut, and a 2019 report from Morning Consult revealed 86% of young Americans would post sponsored content for money, and 54% would become an influencer if they were given the opportunity. As the creator economy grows, so does the demand for educational resources for influencers own work, from editing presets and trend updates to business advice and workshops, which are often run by other influencers.
These are the people using their platforms to help bring social media content to the next level with practical and pragmatic advice...
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