FameBit Expands Self-Service Platform to Tumblr and Facebook, Opens Marketplace to Influencers on Six Social Media Platforms

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First and Largest Influencer Marketing Marketplace Also Passes 1 Billion Network Reach

FameBit, the first and largest self-serve influencer marketing platform where brands and social media influencers collaborate to create branded content, today announced that it has expanded to incorporate Tumblr and Facebook. In addition, FameBit now allows influencers with more than 1,000 followers on YouTube, Twitter, Vine, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook to sign up with any of their social media accounts.

With this launch, FameBit moves closer to becoming a fully open marketplace for all creators, as it previously required influencers to have at least 1,000 YouTube subscribers in order to sign up. Large brands and small businesses can use FameBit to connect and work with more than 21,000 influential branded content creators with a total reach of 1 billion.

“Expanding our platform to Tumblr and Facebook and opening it up to all influencers is the next step in our mission to be a one-stop shop for influencer marketing, where brands can manage campaigns synchronized across several social channels,” said David Kierzkowski, co-founder and CEO of FameBit. “Not only will this move increase the number of influencers available to brands on the FameBit platform, it will also give our 21,000 current creators an even more streamlined solution for partnering with brands on content across different platforms where they already have a following.”

With this expansion, FameBit is adding additional helpful tools for influencers, some of whom make their living from creating social media content and partnering with brands. The FameBit iOS app has been updated to include Twitter, Vine and Instagram capabilities (with Facebook and Tumblr coming very soon), making it even easier for influencers to manage their brand relationships on the go. In addition, FameBit has redesigned its public profile pages for creators, so influencers can share a resumé-like page with brands who may want to partner with them.

“Our main objective has always been to change the way that brands and creators find each other and collaborate for sponsorships, regardless of distribution channel or social platform, and as we continue to grow, we will be implementing new technologies to stay ahead of that curve,” said Agnes Kozera, co-founder & COO of FameBit. “We’re excited to welcome creators from other social media platforms beyond just YouTube, so they can monetize their audiences in the same way that YouTubers have been doing on FameBit since we launched.”

FameBit was founded in 2014 and now features 21,000 influencers with a combined network reach of 1 billion. Branded video content generated by FameBit has been viewed 350 million times, with a total of 1 billion minutes viewed.

For more information, visit http://www.famebit.com

About FameBit:
FameBit is the first and largest self-service marketplace where brands and social media influencers collaborate for product or service endorsements. As one of the fastest growing marketplace startups, FameBit works with top brands such as Adidas, L'Oreal, Marvel, Dollar Shave Club, as well as small businesses. The company was founded in 2014 by Agnes Kozera and David Kierzkowski, who built it to meet their own small business influencer marketing needs. It is based in Santa Monica, California.

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