Money isn’t everything.

But fair and meaningful incentives can motivate influencers to move their audiences.


Build your audience.

Ensure your content is seen by the right people, by leveraging the distribution your influencers can provide.


Authority matters.

Find authors and influencers who are already engaging your audience.


Step 1:
Understanding Your Needs
Movable Media meets with you to understand your business, the audience you are looking to attract, and the content that will appeal to them. We then deliver a proposal for an influencer created content program to attract and engage your intended audience.

Step 2:
Influencer Dossier
Next you will receive a custom dossier of influencer profiles. We vet each influencer based on content, reach, availability and fit. While we can’t guarantee a specific influencer will always be available, we have a very high acceptance rate among our proposed candidates.

(FAQ: What do you look for in an influencer?)

Step 3:
When you are ready to enter into a final agreement, Movable Media will recruit the influencers you have approved from the dossier.

Step 4:
Editorial Planning & Content Creation
We help you build an editorial calendar that is relevant and meaningful to your audience that also leverages our influencers’ expertise and authority.

Step 5:
Publication and Promotion
You will receive the edited final content according to schedule with an embedded code. When you publish that content, the influencer will be automatically notified to begin promoting the content to their audience through our platform.

Step 6:
Reporting and Monitoring
Each month, individual author results are compiled and filtered based on any performance caps, or other limitations. At any time, you can log into our proprietary tracking tool to see how authors are promoting content over the life of the campaign – and authors are only compensated for audience they deliver via a unique shortcode.



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Movable Media understands my brand and delivers content that requires as little additional editing as possible. Can’t recommend them enough.

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Pay for performance, not just content. This model ensures a better R.O.I on your freelancer budget and will force you to work with writers who have built in audiences, which they’ll be rewarded to distribute your content on a regular basis.

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