An Influencer Introduction With Red Ted Art
Red Ted Art shares their favorite tools, how they grow their audience, how they find sponsors, and more.
1 of 13What question are you asked the most when you tell someone you're a blogger/content creator?
You can make money from that? How?
2 of 13How do brands find you?
I think I am on a set of PRs “lists” and brands approach these PRs for contacts. I also think some brands find me via SEO, YouTube and Instagram
3 of 13Is there anything that you believe a brand should know before they begin reaching out to influencers?
Understand what that influencer actually does (e.g. if It is crafts don’t come to them with a body building supplement)
4 of 13What one tool for your content or your business can you not live without?
Pen and paper (and daily task list)
5 of 13How do you decide how much to charge a brand?
I have a “menu based approached” and clients “pick and choose” according to their budget
6 of 13What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome when starting out?
Staying on top of tech and constant changes online
7 of 13How do you personally keep your content true to your voice while also delivering value to a brand?
Practice practice practice
8 of 13What is the biggest challenge you face now that you have an established audience?
Staying ahead of the game and not becoming complacent
9 of 13How did you grow your audience when you started out?
Regular posting on both the website and social channels. A lot of collaborations with other bloggers
10 of 13What helps you maintain your motivation to continue creating content?
The fact that it feeds my family!
11 of 13What's the one piece of advice you would give to someone just starting out in content creation?
Stay true to yourself, try and be original, network and work hard!
12 of 13What is your most defining piece of content in your opinion? Why?
Oh that is really tricky!
13 of 13What brands would you most like to work with?
Swatch (to wear the watches in my YouTube videos), any arts & crafts brand