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Being the Best You for Sponsorships and Brands

Everything on the Internet is there forever, so learn how to make it a positive impact to your online career. Joey, ‘The Anime Man’ breaks down how he has been able to work with the brands he loves.

Posted: 11 months ago by Tokyo Creative Quote

Everything on the Internet is there forever, so learn how to make it a positive impact to your online career. Joey, ‘The Anime Man’ breaks down how he has been able to work with the brands he loves.

Posted: 11 months ago by Daniel Quote

I'd be very surprised 5 years or somewhere down the line where I can work with sponsorships and brands, even they approached me I'd imagine being very nervous about the whole thing haha.

This has been very eye opening Joey, thank you being here and contributing your knowledge to TC!

Posted: 10 months ago by T★MAN Quote

This video is awesome! As sales perspective, the most important thing is to build relationships with clients, which he explained how in details. Therefore, it’s really interesting topics for sales person. Also, I’d like to show this video to advertisement agencies and clients, so much things to learn from this video.

Posted: 10 months ago by Kazuya Quote

Hello,
Do you have any suggestions for approaching brands proactively, especially if someone has a small audience or is building a strategy around sponsorships/advertising?

Posted: 8 months ago by TheBitzr Quote

It took me a year and a half of work to get my first sponsorship. I am now an official Wacom Creator (all be it a small one).
https://community.wacom.com/how-to-draw-chibi-mermaids-a-tutorial-for-beginners/

But, I have my foot in the door. I had to go to them, be tenacious, show them I meant business, and even walk in without an appointment and hope for the best. But I showed them my value and what I am working toward and they took a leap of faith on me.

If you don't ask, the answer will always be "no". So just ask, you won't be any worse off as long as you do it in a kind and friendly way.

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