CREATOR ECONOMY NEWSLETTER
Whether it’s because of burnout or a desire to scale their businesses, many creators hire editors, producers, managers, and third-party companies to assist with their workload. One of those companies is creator-oriented company Jellysmack, which has made a huge splash in the creator economy and is expanding its repertoire of services to include a new content production division for a select group of creators, JellySmash Productions.
We spoke with Aaron Godfred, vice president of JellySmash, as well as Spicy Cam, a TikToker with over 19.8 million followers, who uses JellySmash’s services. We asked them what metrics and qualities the company looks for in potential clients, what kind of deals they’re striking, and more.
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Aaron Godfred, vice president of creator production service JellySmash, shares what he looks for in potential clients
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