42 Sponsorship Networks For Newbie Bloggers To Join For PAID Blogging Jobs

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I know how hard it is for new bloggers to find opportunities and how overwhelming all this information is. Everyone starts off in the same boat.


I wanted to create this list of sponsorship networks for paid blogging jobs to make it easier for those navigating the beginning stages of their blogging career looking for paid opportunities.


Recently I’ve learned that there are a ridiculous amount of blogging sponsorship networks out there and it’s not that hard to get into some of them.


What is a sponsorship network?

A sponsorship network is a platform that connects brands with influencers/individuals who can help promote their brand/products.


Most times in order to sign up as a blogger for a sponsorship network you have to fill out a profile detailing all of your information – your social channels, follower counts, engagement info, contact info, etc.


Sometimes networks require you to have a certain amount of followers before you can even apply. Unfortunately, this has kept me from a few networks that I would really love to be a part of right now. But, it’s ok I will get there one day soon and that is exactly why I decided to come up with this list of blogging sponsorship networks for newbie bloggers to join. Everyone has to start somewhere, right?


First I want to share the networks that I have been accepted to and have already completed campaigns for and been paid by. Here are my current stats so that you have an idea where I stand in terms of followers/reach.


Instagram: 10,045 followers  (updated 8/24/20 – 59.300 followers)


Facebook: 405 followers (updated 8/24/20  1,488 followers)


Pinterest: 320 followers/92.5k monthly viewers and growing rapidly (I just started putting time into it and also using Tailwind – more on that later). (updated 8/24/20 – 3,800 followers)


Twitter: 15 followers (I don’t use this in any strategic way but I knew I needed to create an account because some networks require it) (updated 8/24/20 – 83 followers, still don’t really use it lol)


Blog Pageviews/month: 19,00/mo. I have been revamping my blog in the last few weeks. My original theme was nothing but a headache and I’m certain was affecting my SEO. (Updated 8/24/20 – I took this SEO course in June and my pageviews are skyrocketing. HIGHLY recommend).


This should give you a pretty good idea where I stand in terms of reach (total followers/views together).


Now I want to share with you the sponsorship networks that I have ALREADY completed campaigns through and been paid by.



Sponsorship networks for paid blogging jobs I have worked with

1.) Linqia – Linqia is GREAT if you’re in the parenting/lifestyle niche. There are great campaigns geared towards these niches and depending on your reach and (after your first campaign) previous performance, the pay can be really good. The pay is based on a pay-per-click scale. Update* – Linqia now also offers set-rate campaigns.


At the beginning of each campaign, you are given a personal link to use in all your social shares as well as a “click goal” (how many clicks you need to achieve to reach the highest payout possible). A click goal is based on a few things. 1.) If it is your first campaign they give you a click goal based on what they feel is proper for your following. 2.) If you have already completed a campaign then your click goal is based on your reach AS WELL AS your previous performance.


So, for example, if your first campaign had a click goal of 100 clicks and you received 150 clicks then your next campaign is likely going to have a higher click goal. The higher the click goal the higher the pay. I personally love this setup because the harder you work the more money you make. Perfect for us go-getters 🙂


2.) Social Native – Social Native is great for new bloggers because it has campaigns available for so many niches. Not only that, but Social Native campaigns (generally) only require 1 Instagram photo. No blog post, no social shares, etc.


While the pay is very low it’s still a great way to get your foot in the door to start working with some big brands like Lays, Lululemon, Clinique, Sucrets, and more. It’s so good for your blogging experience to work with brands like these!


3.) Heartbeat.co – This platform pays the absolute lowest and to many, it’s not worth the time. However, if you’re a brand new blogger with no past campaign history it’s a great way to get started.


The campaign requirements are generally very simple (all mine have been 1 Instagram post) and they will email you when they think you are a perfect fit for an upcoming opportunity.


4.) Izea – This platform also has opportunities for virtually any niche. I was signed up with the free plan for quite a few months and still hadn’t received any offers. I decided to give the $1/month plan a try and literally 2-3 weeks later received a direct offer for an UH-MAZING campaign that fit my niche to a T!


5.) Activate – While this network is definitely a little tougher for a newbie blogger it is definitely still one to join. Many of the campaigns require a large following and/or blog pageviews however, not always.


I applied for DOZENS of campaigns before ever receiving one but one that I did get was absolutely perfect for me! I have only done one campaign via this platform so far but it was very organized and payment came exactly on time.


6.) Influence.co – Influence.co is great because it is yet another network that offers campaigns for a variety of niches. I have seen everything from childrens products to fitness/health products to apparel, etc.


You simply scroll through the available opportunities and apply as you see fit. I have landed some great campaigns through here for both fitness and parenting.


7.) FitApproach – If fitness/wellness is a main topic on your blog I highly suggest hopping on the Fit Approach Network. There are some really great apparel/wellness item opportunities and the owners are so helpful and always available for help when needed.


8.) ShoppingLinks – This platform mostly offers payment in kind however, I have seen Nordstrom on there so it’s worth signing up if you’re a newer fashion/lifestyle blogger! I’ve done 2 product trades via this network and both were very easy.


9.) Social Fabric – Social Fabric is one of my favorite platforms! If you’re a lifestyle/parenting blogger there are SO many opportunities. There are quite a few important directions involved in each campaign but all the info you need is right in your dashboard so it’s very easy to go back in and check to make sure you’re completing your tasks properly. Payment varies greatly from job to job but once you do complete a task the payment is very quick!


10.) Massive Sway – Pay isn’t amazing but it’s very organized and directions are laid out clearly.


11.) Socialix – I’ve only done 1 campaign with Socialix and it has been one of my favorite recent campaigns! The directions I was given were very clear, everything was very organized and I was paid VERY quickly. You deal directly with the brand/company so you don’t have to worry about drafts/revisions. I highly recommend it!


12.) TapInfluence – It took me FOREVER to get a campaign offer through Tap! But I will say it was very well organized and I really enjoyed it. If you sign up and don’t get any offers I suggest reaching out to a contact there and introducing yourself, ask for insights, etc.


13.) Muse – I love Muse! It took quite a few applications before I was accepted to my first campaign but I LOVED working with them on each one since. All the campaign managers I’ve dealt with have been exceptionally helpful, friendly, and flexible.


I can’t say anything but great things about this platform. It’s also name-your-price so you can insert what you would like to be paid vs. them telling you what the rate is.


14.) Buzzoole – Another great platform that allows you to name your price. I’ve worked on 2 campaigns with them now so far. The only downside is that it’s a bit unorganized. All communication/direction/revisions are done via email which can get pretty confusing after a while.


Having to go back and sift through all my emails gets time consuming and messy. They pay is better then other networks though so if you can handle the way it’s run then you’ll be ok.


It’s also a bit confusing on when you can expect to get paid but I will say – I did receive payment for both campaigns without too much back and forth.


15.) Mom It Forward/Forward Influence – I just got done with my first campaign and it was awesome! I don’t believe they are all the same but this particular campaign asked for my rates which I much prefer over a set given rate.


16.) Clever – Clever is now one of my favorite platforms. With a very clear dashboard and instructions for each campaign, it’s pretty straight-forward. The only downside is that the payout period is 60 days after the campaign end date.


17.) Aspire IQ (formerly Revfluence) – One of the best networks for paid blogging jobs on Instagram! Most campaigns give you the opportunity to input your desired pay as well as what you are interested in doing for the brand (Instagram post, blog post, etc.)


18.) Acorn Influence – I’m currently working on my first Acorn campaign. The details for the campaign are laid out on the site making it easy to keep track of required deliverables, due dates, etc. The pay is also good.


19.) Mometer – I worked with Mometer on a campaign around the holidays and it was great. They pay was fair and the deliverables were simple.


The only thing that I am not a fan of is that all communication is through email. I never prefer this because it’s hard to keep information organized this way, especially if you’re a blogger working on several/many jobs at once.


20.) Inda Hash – Inda Hash is great. You download the app and you can apply to campaigns right through there. It keeps everything organized and easy to find and you get paid very quickly post-campaign. They do have a set rate in place but I always negotiate these as they are very low.


21.) Takumi – Takumi is another app where you can apply for opportunities. I’ve only done one campaign through Takumi but it was very simple, organized, and straight forward.


Most of the campaigns I’ve seen available are for kids/parenting (clothing, car seats, etc.) so it’s perfect for mommy bloggers.


22.) Influence.Pepperjam – I just completed my first campaign through the platform and I had a great experience with the brand I worked with. The platform itself though gave me quite a bit of trouble.


It’s a new platform so you can expect little issues quite frequently. I have a contact that I email whenever something isn’t working and he’s always very helpful. The pay was quick!


23.) Influence Central – I’ve now done 4 campaigns through Influence Central and all went very smoothly. Since all information is right on your dashboard, everything is very organized and easy to follow.


I definitely recommend this platform for new bloggers. However, if you’re a more seasoned blogger the pay is quite low and I’ve never seen a campaign that’s been negotiable in terms of pay.


24.) Tomoson –  I have completed 2 campaigns with Tomoson. In Tomoson you talk directly with the company/brand that you apply to and negotiate without Tomoson being involved. The pay was quick but I will say I have applied for TONS of campaigns and have only gotten 2.


25.) Cohley – I’m currently working on my first campaign through Cohley. Often the rates are very low but you can negotiate on some of them. All correspondence is kept in your Cohley dashboard so it’s very easy to keep track of deadlines, etc.


26.) Obvious.ly – I haven’t done a campaign through this platform in a really long time but the deliverables are typically 1 post or 1 post and 1 story with minimal requirements. Pay isn’t the highest but the deliverables are pretty simple.


27.) Popular Pays – I find the campaigns on this network to have too many requirements and specifics for me. However, almost every campaign I’ve seen listed has been name your price which is great! 


28.) Fohr – I’ve been a member of Fohr for a while now and I’ve only received 2 paying opportunities but both were great pay. However, from my experience, these opportunities are more geared for Instagram than blog content so if you have an Instagram that associates with your blog, I would definitely sign up. The payout is 60 days though which is really long in my opinion.


29.) Megaphone – This platform sends you emails with opportunities you can apply for. The ones I’ve done have been very simple and straightforward. 


30.) Insense – Insense is an app that offers opportunities for paid content, but again mostly Instagram. You submit your own offer and price directly to the brand. There are video opportunities, stories, in-feed posts, and even content to be used by the brand without your need to post. I’ve done 3 campaigns through the app and all were very straight forward and payment was received quickly post-completion.


31.) Ambassadher.co – This is a good one for the very beginning stages of your blogging/influencer career. The pay is much less but the products are often great and it’s a good way to get your foot in the door. 


32.) PTPA Media – I’ve only done one campaign through this platform but it was a 3 part campaign and it paid relatively well. You can negotiate your price and deliverables directly via the campaign manager.


Sponsorship networks for paid blogging jobs I belong to but haven’t worked with yet

  1. StyleHaul
  2. Blog Meets Brand
  3. One2OneNetwork
  4. Socialyte
  5. Find Your Influence – I get surveys from Find Your Influence frequently but don’t get selected for most. I was offered 2 campaigns recently but the pay was really low, so I countered and then didn’t get accepted.
  6. Hypefactory
  7. Cooperatize
  8. Webfluential
  9. Ritual Network
  10. Vetterview 


You can see that the list of networks for paid blogging jobs that I haven’t worked with yet is pretty long. While it may be on the easier side to get into some of these it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get opportunities right away.


I still suggest signing up for them because you never know when some paid blogging jobs might pop up that fit your niche! Sometimes brands aren’t looking for influencers with the largest following and instead have a different market they are trying to reach (location, etc.).


With that being said, I do think you have a greater chance of receiving paid blogging jobs if you have a presence on the 4 main social channels (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest).


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I hope this list of paid blogging jobs makes it easier for you to search for and apply for opportunities! If there are any other networks with paid blogging jobs that would be great for newbie bloggers that aren’t on this list, please drop a comment below so I can check it out and add it!


If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment or shoot me an email.


I hope you found this paid blogging jobs post helpful!


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Lauren is a wife, mom of 3, and personal trainer with a passion for fitness, fashion, and blogging. She shares affordable fashion finds, fitness tips, and helps you learn how to make money with YOUR blog!


  1. February 7, 2018 / 9:34 pm

    Thanks so much for this list! Will look into these for sure!

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      February 8, 2018 / 3:16 pm

      Hey Erika! Thanks for stopping by, I’m glad you liked it 🙂

  2. February 17, 2018 / 9:15 am

    Thank you for detailed description for networks, I wasn’t sure how all that works but now it’s much more clear. Really helpful post 🙂

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      February 17, 2018 / 4:49 pm

      Hi Ivana,

      I’m so glad it was helpful! If you have any questions I’d be happy to help 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

  3. April 23, 2018 / 7:59 pm

    Thanks for the mention of influence.co. We have lots of free resources your readers might be interested in such as industry rate data: https://influence.co/go/rates.

    Thanks again for including us!

  4. May 15, 2018 / 6:44 pm

    Thank you so much for this list. I have been working with Tomoson for 2 years now and LOVE them!

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      May 16, 2018 / 11:58 am

      Hi Stephanie! I’m glad you like this post! I like Tomoson too. I have gotten some great opportunities from there. Thanks for stopping by!

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      May 24, 2018 / 11:51 am

      Youre so welcome! Im happy to help. And can I just say you are so gorgeous!

  5. June 10, 2018 / 8:36 am

    This is a great help… Thank you so much for sharing this post.

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      June 10, 2018 / 8:24 pm

      You’re welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

  6. October 17, 2018 / 8:06 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing the list!!! I really appreciate it. I’ve seen bloggers with so many followers on Instagram explaining that actually half of the time they don’t know what are doing. 🙂 Not true, of course. 🙂 Love your blog!

    • Fit Mommy In Heels
      October 18, 2018 / 10:22 am

      thanks so much! I’m glad I can help!!

  7. February 17, 2019 / 12:04 am

    Your article is really helpful as I m new and had no idea that how I can earn handsome amount of money through my blog. Thanks a lot.

  8. December 6, 2020 / 7:51 pm

    As a new blogger, this post as helped tremendously. I have looked at it all day!

    • Lauren
      December 7, 2020 / 12:03 pm

      Hi Brittany,

      I am so glad!! Happy to answer any questions you might have 🙂

  9. April 28, 2021 / 1:01 pm

    Hey Lauren,

    Great Post ,
    This.a very comprehensive list of sponsor networks and thanks for letting us know your social followers and setting the expectations right.
    Keep up the good work.

    • Lauren
      June 14, 2021 / 2:10 pm


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