Earn money while posting on different social media platforms. Sounds Cool?
For those of us who have the time to spare, be it over the weekend or during school breaks, holding a part-time job to earn some extra cash is a norm. As we know, some common part-time jobs include baristas, waiters/waitresses, retail assistants, and more recently, driving for Grab. While these positions are interesting and fruitful pursuits, being a micro-influencer is easily the most rewarding part-time job that anyone can perform!
There is no concrete definition for what a micro-influencer is, but they generally have a humbler follower count (like you and me) as compared to big name macro-influencers or celebrities. Through advertising the products and brands that they enjoy over their social media channels, micro-influencers can also earn from the businesses by monetising their posts.
It’s a job with flexibility
Without a doubt, there are perks to serving at a café or assisting in a retail store, like free meals or employee discounts for fashion apparel. But when it comes to work flexibility, nothing beats being a micro-influencer on social media.
More often than not, most part-time jobs call for you to fight over shifts with your colleagues. Those with experience know just how difficult it is to secure a shift that fits perfectly into our personal schedules. Conversely, a micro-influencer has the freedom to post advertisements as and when he or she wants, so long as it is within the stipulated time-frame.