Have an undying passion for a product line, sharp sales skills, natural charisma and tip-top technical know-how? You may be the ideal brand ambassador. Landing this position offers a slew of perks: travel, networking, sharing your knowledge, and the opportunity to elevate your own profile and performance. Here, manufacturers share the key traits and responsibilities of successful brand ambassadors—and how to get your foot in the door.
2. Get Their Attention. Social media publicizes your work, boosts your online profile and catches the eye of recruiters. “If you reach out by email, send links to your social media,” recommends Jennifer Weiderman, VP of marketing and education for Sexy Hair. “We look at potential ambassadors’ Instagram pages to see their work and number of followers.”
Anna Cantu landed a dream position as Farouk Systems Global Artist. Here, she shares her top advice.
• Doing great hair is important, but tag the brands and products you use across all your social platforms.
• Choose a brand with products you love and fully believe in. It will feel much more organic and resonate with your audience, as well as the brand itself.