Apply to Be an Influencer
How it Works
Apply to be an Influencer. Applicants are required to have been active on social media or blogging consistently for the most recent 6 months and have a minimum of 1,000 followers or subscribers. It may take up to one week for your profile application to be approved.
Choose a Book
Once your profile is approved, you will be emailed a book to run a giveaway. We will provide a print copy for review, and an extra copy to giveaway.
Post About Alabaster
We'll send you details on what to say for your giveaway. Take your own photos and post the giveaway on your social media channel/blog as well as your thoughts about Alabaster.
Post Your Review
Post your review on our website or at least one other consumer website (e.g., Amazon.com, Goodreads.com). Read “How to Write a Compelling Review” for some helpful tips to get you started!
Choose Another Product
After submitting your review, you can choose your next book to share! You can request up to 1 book every 3 months.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can apply?
Currently, Alabaster's Influencer Program is only open to active bloggers/influencers. Anyone can apply if they’ve been blogging consistently for at least 6 months and have at least 1,000 followers.
How long will it take for my profile to be approved?
We try to approve new profiles within 1–2 days, but approval may take up to 1 week.
How many products can I review?
You can request up to 1 book every 3 months.
What products are available to partner with?
Bibles and notebooks are the only available products to partner with.
Do you do commissioned based influencer programs?
At this time, we do not do any commissioned based influencer programs.
Why was my Influencer request denied?
Because we send print copies of our books, limited quantities may prevent us from accommodating every request. Your request may also be denied if you are located outside the United States.
Do you have any tips for writing a compelling book review?
Absolutely! Check out this article, “How to Write a Compelling Review”.
You won’t kick me out of the program, will you?
We certainly hope not! However, reviewers could be disqualified from the program for one of four reasons: (1) using divisive, slanderous, or questionable language that is not honoring to God or useful for the edification of others; (2) illegally activity; (3) not posting a review for over 6 months; (4) not posting substantial reviews that meet our minimum requirements.
What would be considered an inadequate review?
Reviews that simply summarize the product or that only offer generic feedback that does not interact with the content (e.g., “I thought the book was cool.”) would be considered inadequate. See our “How to Write a Compelling Review” page for some helpful tips.
I have a question that wasn’t addressed here. What should I do?
Email email@example.com and we’ll happily track down an answer for you!