Savvy Cooperative: Cancer Patients/Survivors: Interested in a paid promotional opportunity using your reach on YouTube, a blog, podcast, or other social media?

In Paid Opportunities For The Cancer Community by Barbara Jacoby

Description:

We need those of you who deliver your advocacy or inspirational messages via YouTube, blogs, podcasts, or other social media to help raise awareness about a new medical nutrition company’s product with sponsored promotional messages. You will, of course, be able to test and use the product before any promotional activity takes place!

Requirements:

  • Diagnosis of cancer by a healthcare provider (current or past)
  • Proof of diagnosis will be required to participate
  • Lung, head and neck, and leukemia preferred but will consider all diagnosed cancers
  • You are currently or was previously being treated with chemotherapy, targeted cancer therapy, radiation or some combination of these therapies
  • You experienced mouth sores while going through treatment (preferred, but not required)
  • Caregiver advocates will also be considered
  • You would consider yourself influential within your patient community
  • or you are part of a tight-knit cancer community
  • Over 18 years of age
  • Fluent English speaker, but does not need to be the primary language
  • An active audience that you can reach
Details:
  • Influencer campaign
  • Anywhere
  • From home and in-person
Receive:
$300 – $500

Why Sign Up?
Our partner has developed a very cool technology that we believe will be useful and impactful for many patients and caregivers who have regular or frequent doctor appointments. We’d love to have you join us in spreading the word!

About Savvy Cooperative
Savvy Cooperative is the first and only patient-owned co-op that empowers people to use their health experiences to inform new products and services through surveys, interviews, product testing and more! It was founded by two patients who wanted to make sure people who shared their health experiences were fairly compensated. That’s why we are patient-owned and the majority of our profits go right back to our members!