Collabstr Announces New App on Creator Economy Platform Koji

Collabstr, the leading open marketplace for facilitating brand and creator collaborations, today announced the launch of its new Koji Link in Bio app. The app allows creators and influencers to sell sponsored posts and brand shoutouts directly from their Link in Bio.

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“Influencer marketing is one of the most powerful tools a company can use to grow their brand and following; every company should be working with creators to extend their reach and influence on social media. We’re excited to bring Collabstr directly to Link in Bios with our new Koji app and believe this will make it even easier for creators to connect with high profile companies and monetize their time and influence,” said Collabstr co-founder Kyle Dulay.

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Collabstr has simplified the process of finding brand partnerships, and with the new Koji app, this process is even easier. Creators only have to link their Collabstr profile and the app is automatically populated with the creator’s content packages and prices. Brands and companies can then seamlessly purchase these services without ever leaving the creator’s Link in Bio. The Collabstr app handles payment upon successful completion of an order.

“A creator showcases content and audience via their social feed, but it is their Link in Bio that acts as the entry point for deeper interactions and transactions, making it a must-have tool for creators trying to market themselves for brand partnerships. With the Collabstr app, creators can now be hired by companies without the need to navigate away from a creator’s Link in Bio, keeping the focus on that influencer and their capabilities,” said Grant Long, Koji Head of Growth.

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