Is Intellifluence a Scam?
You may have received our “Reaching out” e-mail, inviting you to join Intellifluence as an influencer for free and have a few questions, including Is Intellifluence a scam?
Founded in 2016 and based in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, Intellifluence has grown to become the largest warm contact influencer network in the world. This means every influencer in our network has joined on their own.
We reached out to you because we need influencers such as yourself in order to continue growing.
Yes, you are an influencer. We don’t fixate on follower counts or engagement because no single person or group has the last word on influence. Peer (sometimes referred to as micro) influencers with comparatively smaller audiences can influence others in ways celebrities simply can’t.
That said, we also welcome authoritative and celebrity influencers into our network with open arms as well. We have influencers in our network with tens of millions of followers, and those with a couple dozen.
So what’s in it for you?
Upon joining for free as an influencer and adding your social media accounts to your influencer profile, you can get access to offers from brands and these same brands can also pitch you to join their campaigns. You can complete your influencer marketing transactions from start to finish using our desktop or free mobile app available in the App Store and Google Play store.
We don’t keep a penny of your earnings and all cash payments are handled by Intellifluence Payments, so you don’t need to be worried about whether or not you’re going to get paid.
Intellifluence will always be free for influencers. There are no commitments until you decide to accept a pitch from a brand. There are no fees and we won’t keep any of your earnings. Whenever possible, we utilize OAuth so you can add your social networks securely.
If you ever have any questions, you can check out our Knowledge Base, browse our YouTube channel, or contact our customer support team at any time.