Content creators are often called influencers. But over here at The Leap, we also see them as experts, teachers, and coaches who help their audiences learn about all kinds of subjects. They are “edutainers,” if you will, who keep us captivated with their information-packed content. Our creators of the month are some great examples.
From social media growth and creator monetization tips, to personal life and relationship advice, the following creators can teach you a thing or two. Pick up your notepad and take notes.
Nitsan Raiter is no stranger to the social media game — she has over seven years of industry experience, and more than 500,000 followers across her platforms. Her latest online course, Mind Your Business 2.0, is designed to help creators turn their social media presence into a sustainable business. Offering insight into Raiter’s own experience as a successful creator-entrepreneur, the course teaches you ways to diversify your revenue streams. It also serves as a guide to approaching brand negotiations, setting content creation fees, increasing short-form video views, and more. Treat this course as an opportunity to learn, grow, and keep yourself accountable as a content creator.
If you’re looking to level up your content creation skill, Nicole Wong has got your back. The Vancouver-based influencer and online coach boasts a community of over 1 million individuals, who engage with her popular videos of social media tips and tricks. Her Instagram Influencer Mini Course covers the dos and don’ts of pitching to brands, how to secure paid collaborations, and lists of platforms that connect brands and Influencers instantly. The best part? The course is 100% free, so don’t miss this resource.
Known for her outfit inspo TikTok videos, Sana Gilani has created for herself an additional revenue stream by offering a clever virtual styling service. Here’s how it works: Customers will take a questionnaire to help the stylist create personalized outfits based on their preferred aesthetic, budget, and sizing. Following payment, customers can expect to receive a shoppable lookbook of outfit ideas via email. Never let the feeling of not knowing what to wear stop you from going out again.
New and aspiring vegans, you’ll want to follow Nzinga Young on TikTok. From plant-based recipes to vegan-friendly restaurant recommendations, to tips for making vegan friends, Young’s videos offers plenty of delightful ideas and practical advice. She also has a Substack newsletter where she shares weekly, exclusive vegan recipes with paid subscribers. Community members will also be able to chat with each other in a virtual group, and submit questions to the creator via an accessible Q&A board.
Sabrina Flores is here to help guide you and your partner towards an honest and trusting companionship. Besides imparting some serious wisdom about love and relationships on TikTok, Flores offers one-on-one online coaching for anyone looking for support in areas like dating, improving confidence and self-love, setting boundaries, and more.
Photo: Courtesy of Nitsan Raiter