30 Brands Seeking Brand Ambassadors 2018

Learn what brands are seeking brand ambassadors to hire in 2018! These brands range from clothing and beauty all the way to oral healthcare and feminine hygiene! Keep reading to learn about these opportunities, and check out some of our other posts to see more brand ambassador opportunities like swimwear and fitness positions hiring NOW!

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  1. Cape Diablo– jewelry
  2. Café Press– custom prints
  3. Ayla Gloves– gloves
  4. Honey Soles– shoe soles
  5. TX Scents– fragrances
  6. Bulletproof Legacy– clothing
  7. Athena Club– feminine care
  8. Fate Crew– clothing
  9. Primitive Beginnings– clothing
  10. Through the Vine– funny clothing
  11. Unlucky 13– clothing
  12. Society Stitched– stickers/patches
  13. virtue + vice– clothing
  14. Shark Tooth Surf Co– surf clothing
  15. Wakami Global– jewelry
  16. Factinista– political clothing
  17. SADOW Beauty– beauty
  18. Hudson Sutler– bags
  19. American Rhino– clothing
  20. BosBos Clothing– clothing
  21. Knockaround– sunglasses
  22. PAKA– clothing
  23. Dog Line– pet
  24. OKAY Official– clothing
  25. GloScience– oral healthcare
  26. Luxe Catch– clothing
  27. Simply Southern– clothing
  28. Carapeace– clothing
  29. Essential Oil Lovers– essential oils
  30. Gold Mountain Beauty– oral healthcare

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How to Make Brands Want to Collab With You

I wanted to share a piece that I put together for my ambassadors over at The Brightest Color. I get so many applications from accounts that are just not up to par, and I’m not sure if people just don’t care about having well-strategized profiles or if they genuinely do not know how to create great content. From this, I decided I wanted to create a very concise and quick guide on how to improve your social profiles and make brands want to collaborate with you as a brand ambassador!

Thus, The Four Pillars of Excellent Content Creation was created. I summarized everything I look for in a brand ambassador, creating four key points for great content. Here they are!

1. Be Consistent


2. Be Professional


3. Be Genuine

BE CONSISTENT (1)4. Be Helpful


I hope that after reading this, you have a more defined vision for your social profiles, and can approach brands with confidence. Whether you have 100 followers or 100,000 followers, influencers with excellent content creation will get those collaborations like crazy, and ultimately build their influence to be among the top.

Thanks for reading!


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Internship- College Fashionista

BIG announcement! CollegeFashionista.com, an online blogging website focused on young women’s fashion, is now accepting Style Gurus!

But even better news? You don’t have to only be a college student anymore! Anyone can be a Style Guru for life…

I was an intern for College Fashionista as a Style Guru last fall, and it was such a fun experience that has added a lot of value to my resume. Hope you all consider joining!

Join here

Being a blogger for CF opened a lot of doors for me, and I can’t wait to join the crew again. CF has helped motivate me to be a content creator instead of re-posting all the time. They pushed me to be creative and really put my passions to the test. On top of all of this, the community of women I’ve been able to meet an interact with have helped me in my ventures beyond CF.

Here are some of my favorite collabs with College Fashionista:






50 Fitness Brands Seeking Brand Ambassadors

Would you consider yourself a fitness freak with a passion for helping brands through being a brand ambassador? Then these 50 opportunities are for you!

Learn what brands are seeking brand ambassadors to hire. Keep reading to learn about these opportunities, and check out some of our other posts to see more brand ambassador opportunities like 2018 brands and swimwear positions hiring NOW!

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1. FLXN Activewear 

2. Evolve Fitwear 

3. Diva Mode Fitness 

4. Snatch My Waist Shapewear 

5. Loriet 

6. Athelica 

7. Affitnity 

8. Equilibrium Activewear 

9. Givida Activewear

10. Body Love Athletica

11. Myofit Global

12. Belle Force Activewear

13. Balini Sports

14. Shape Active

15. VFit Sport

16. Enjoy Leggings

17. Posto9 Activa

18. Teeki 

19. Team Gat

20. Valleau Apparel 

21. GritFit Apparel

22. Fervid Fit

23. Physiq

24. Live Sore

25. Raww Gear

26. Love Fitness Apparel

27. Bad Boy

28. VXS Gymwear

29. On1e Clothing

30. Gym Threads

31. Paragon Fitwear

32. IAS Fitness Apparel 

33. Progess Gymwear

34. Fit Babz

35. Four Athletics

36. Delfin Spa

37. Fitletic

38. Jackalelite Fitness

39. Curve Envy Fitness

40. My Protein

41. Ideal Fit

42. Athleta

43. Fitvo Store

44. Her Suppz

45. Hawk Fitness 

46. Sculptique 

47. Electric and Rose

48. Protime Fitness 

49. Motionwear

50. Onnit Supplements

How to Become a Brand Ambassador

The Brightest Color Guest Post- Part 2

See Part 1 here

Approaching a brand and asking for a position can easily be a flop if it is not done the right way. Yes, there is a right and wrong way to do this. Brands receive dozens of messages every day that look exactly the same. What are you going to do to not only stand out but successfully get what you want? Here are some tips.

1. DO NOT message the brand with a standard message

e.g. “Hello! My name is ______, founder of the blog _______. I saw your brand and I am absolutely in love with your swimsuits! I would love to be a brand ambassador”

“How do I become a brand ambassador”

“What do I have to do to become a brand ambassador”

“I am seriously obsessed with your brand and I want to help you guys promote! I am going on a trip to _____ and I will be taking photos there”

I wish I could go back and count how many messages I’ve received that are almost exact duplicates of these. Businesses, especially small businesses, are not going to be too convinced that you actually care about the brand.

2. DO stand out with your introduction

I highly suggest purchasing from the brand before even asking to be a brand ambassador. How could you truly love their products if you haven’t bought any before? If you love the brand so much, why have you not bought anything?

Becoming a customer before a brand ambassador can provide a lot of benefits. Not only can you truly decide if you like the product, but brands will almost ALWAYS respond to you since customer service comes into play.

I received a message today that really stood out to me:

“What are you looking for in hiring a brand ambassador?”

I already know I am going to accept her if she chooses to apply, and I don’t even have to look at her profile to know I want her on board. She is asking about the job at hand, whereas others seem to think they can design the program all themselves and decide their level of commitment. This girl wants to know exactly what it takes and how she will be helping.

9 times out of 10 though, one false word in the message can result in you being declined from the program. The most effective way to stand out as a potential candidate is to become a customer first.

3. DO engage with the brand’s social media

I am not usually one to just give away free stuff in general since nothing in life is truly free. At the same time, I try to be as generous as possible where praise is deserved, and even just when I simply appreciate someone. I once had a blogger who followed @thebrightestcolor and never once messaged me for months. However, she consistently liked and commented on all my posts, and always had great things to say about The Brightest Color. I was the one who reached out to her and asked her if she would like to be a brand ambassador. From there, I sent her some free product and she has continued to engage consistently.

If it takes months, that’s fine. She proved her commitment to the brand as well as her genuine interest, and she was rewarded for it.

4. DO keep it professional

You’ve heard it before. What you put out on social media is for everyone to see and your employers will see it and blah blah blah. Guess what though? It’s true. Post whatever you want, but if your style is not in line with the brand, do not be surprised if you are declined. Similarly, do not represent a brand that clearly is not for you. If you have a grunge, dark and depressing Instagram full of quotes about heartbreak, don’t try to message a brand like Lolli Swim or Sand Cloud.

If you curse in your posts, only apply to edgy brands or brands that do the same, like Dolls Kill for example. Don’t post sexual references and then apply for a brand clearly focused on fun summer times and beach vibes.

I am all for expressing yourself, but make sure that the way you choose to represent yourself is similar to the way the brand represents themselves.

Finally, go through the proper spelling and grammar check, making sure you are reaching out to the brand in the same language as they write their posts in or for the country they are based.

These are some of the basics that can help propel you into approaching brands in the right way. If you truly do care about the brand, focus less on the potential perks of being a brand ambassador, and focus more on what you can give. This attitude will always be met with reciprocation, whether from the brand or even just from karma.

The Big List of 50 Remote Marketing Internships

Want to take the next step in your career but can’t afford to take time off school, work, or other commitments? Remote internships are a great way to build your resume with reputable experience while working in your fuzzy socks, messy bun, and pajamas in bed!

Promo Girl Nation has researched for weeks to present you with a list of the best remote internships looking for candidates in marketing and related areas right now. Here are 50 remote internships hiring right this second!








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Why I Hate Brand Ambassadors (The Brightest Color Guest Post)

Guest post by The Brightest Color

Owning a swimwear company and gaining hundreds of followers a day while running a successful business is great- don’t get me wrong. I will however attest to the fact that getting 10-20 messages a day from girls ALL wanting to be a brand ambassador gets really old, really quick. Receiving so many of these messages, all the girls seem to blend together, and maybe 1 out of 500 will have a stand-out impression to me. I won’t lie, I get lots of long messages where a girl introduces herself and talks about how much she loves The Brightest Color, how she’s travelling and can promote me, etc.., and I don’t even read the whole thing, oftentimes not past the first line or two. I already know what she’s going to say- the same thing as 10 other girls said to me today.

What is a brand ambassador? A brand ambassador is essentially an intern that promotes a brand, usually in exchange for some sort of compensation. Somehow, being a brand ambassador has translated to receiving free products in exchange for a (often terrible and in genuine) post.

Why am I hesitant about brand ambassadors? I have historically had a huge problem with girls asking me to be a brand ambassador, because I felt that they were not genuinely interested in my brand, they just wanted free stuff without having to work really! Small businesses often operate at very small profits, many businesses starting off in debt. Giving away free or discounted products can be an enormous risk, especially if the brand ambassador does not follow through with her word to promote.

She STOLE from me All my confidence in brand ambassadors was torn away completely when I had my worst nightmare actually happen- someone stole from me. I had a girl named Chelsea reach out to me wanting to be a brand ambassador. She only had 1,000 or so followers, but I was sincerely trying to quit my stubborn ways and give away more product in the hopes of not only promoting my brand, but also being more genuine and open-minded. So I sent her a suit.

First she said she would post by the end of the week… then she said she would in a couple weeks during her vacation… She kept putting off the post, despite my friendly occasional reminders. After several MONTHS of this back and forth, as well as many read/no reply messages, I sent her a final message expressing my disappointment and asked her for the last time to follow through on her word. I never heard anything from her ever again.

I am even getting upset and emotional writing this now, nearly a year later. The hours of work I put into making that handmade, custom fitted suit? GONE. The money spent on fabric, thread, materials, and shipping? GONE. My confidence in brand ambassadors? GONE. Chelsea STOLE from me, there is no better way to put it.

A change of heart.. (after a long, LONG time) Looking back, I was being selfish. There are many girls out there who genuinely want to promote and model for a living, and they understand that being a successful brand ambassador and growing their own careers means helping other companies grow too. For this reason, The Brightest Color runs the ambassador program through Promo Girl Nation.

Promo Girl Nation is more than just a place to find ways to become a brand ambassador, promotional model, or professional model. PGN sends out emails and blog posts like this one- real perspectives from real business owners, who have advice to offer to help YOU improve yourself not only as a professional woman, but also as a person.

My main points from this message
1. Brands get dozens and sometimes hundreds of messages a day. Do something to make yourself stand out that shows you are genuinely dedicated to the brand.
2. Understand that business owners are protective over their businesses, like they are children or something. You are asking to babysit someone’s baby. Don’t expect to be trusted without earning it.
3. Every single business incurs a cost by sending you a free or discounted product. Treat the opportunity as such, and do your best to provide the brand more than they ask for, especially if you want some good karma from the brand.
4. DO WHAT YOU SAY YOU WILL DO. I don’t need to elaborate…
5. Work on your brand. Present yourself in a professional way at all times, and gain credibility, find references, and develop your brand before you present yourself to other brands.

“How to Stand Out to Brands” post coming soon…