Articles by Brooke Powell
Mindfulness is a major buzzword lately, and with good reason. The way we navigate the ups and downs of our day-to-day lives has changed dramatically over the past 12 months; more and more people can’t help but let their worries and anxiety creep in.
Fans love nothing more than the opportunity to see two of their favorite influencers sharing the screen. Shooting with another performer is not only fun, it’s also a great way to build interest and increase your traffic and sales.
With the release of Instagram’s new Terms of Service, you may be worried about how to keep your account safe and secure. Instagram is an amazing tool for promo, but as a platform they fall on the more prudish side of content rules. That means you have to be extra-vigilant.
2020 was ... well, I think we can all agree that we certainly don’t want to do that again.
If you’re a performer just starting out, there are tons of possibilities open to you, but it also stands to reason that you may be working with limited resources when it comes to your shooting locations.
When it seems like the entire world is living their lives on social media, the concept of “oversharing” may seem like an unavoidable outcome.
Keeping your content fresh and exciting for fans while still staying on brand can be tough. On one hand, you don’t want to stray too far from what works for your fans, but on the other hand, you want to make sure they don’t grow bored with what you have to offer.
These days, more than ever, people are taking big steps to improve themselves. Whether it’s embarking on a fitness journey, investing in an educational undertaking or even just vowing to finally master that recipe you’ve been dying to try, everyone has a goal they’d like to explore.
As an influencer, one of the biggest perks is the opportunity to craft your own content and generate a loyal following, and there are endless ways to create a solid social media presence.
2020 has been one of the most tumultuous years we’ve seen in a long time, and you’re probably feeling the strain. It’s understandable. Times are tense, and there’s no denying that this year will go down in the books as one of the most challenging times in recent history.
Protecting your content is all about protecting your most valuable assets. When you’re putting your hard work out there for people to see, the thought of someone stealing it is a scary notion.
With COVID-19 reports consuming the news, there is a ton of information floating around, and half the time it’s hard to tell the facts from the fiction. I’m here to tell you about how you, as an influencer, can avoid pumping the rumor mill.