Get paid to post by joining the FoodTribe Creators' Programme

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FoodTribe Creators Programme is our way of giving back to the best community creators here on FoodTribe.

How does it work?

Each member of the Creators Programme will earn money when an individual user bumps or comments on their articles, or when it's shared on any of our international homepages.

So, to make the most of the Creators Programme you'll want to create engaging content that people enjoy.

It's not all about the money

As well as getting paid, being part of the Creators Programme team will also get you access to some extra benefits. And some of them are seriously cool.

- All Creators Programme members' posts are automatically considered for homepage feed promotion

- All Creators Programme members' posts are automatically considered for Facebook, Twitter and homepage main header promotion

- A hotline to the DriveTribe editorial team through a dedicated Slack channel

How can I be selected to join the FoodTribe Creators Programme?

Start by creating great posts on FoodTribe! Remember to use Studio to create posts wherever possible, spellcheck and ensure your posts are logically structured and engaging.

Once you've created some great posts where users have bumped, commented or watched your videos then you can apply to join FoodTribe's Creators Programme.

Each application will be reviewed by the FoodTribe editorial team and the best creators will be selected. Don't worry if you're not chosen – we'll give you feedback on what we're looking for and then you can apply again.

Questions?

If you have any questions then feel free to send me a DM.

Join in

Comments (4)
  • just applied.

    1 month ago
  • I signed up for this program on DriveTribe, I guess about a year or so ago, but never heard back from you... Forgot about it, but now you start about it, it pops up.

    2 months ago
    • Hey, Fons! Happy to see you here. :)

      The team that was handling this programme in the past didn't send messages to people to explain why they had not been accepted, but we changed...

      Read more
      2 months ago
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