We talk a lot about the creator economy here on Decoder — the booming business of individuals using social platforms to build audiences and then finding ways to monetize those audiences, mostly through subscriptions or advertising. Welcome to Decoder. Right now, that means if a brand reaches out to you about a sponsored post on any social media platform, you can look them up on our website and see how much they paid other creators for similar types of sponsored posts. The purpose of your site is to create or expose the rate card for influencer marketing, right? Really, the purpose is to help creators evaluate the opportunity cost of partnering with a particular brand. Because you can always partner with a different brand, or another, better option is always to invest in your own personal brand. Are they going to take forever to pay me? Is it going to be a good experience? Are they going to make me redo it a hundred times before it happens?
A level of status. It, in after that of itself has many gradient levels, such as 'slightly fucked up', before 'extremely fucked up', but all versions have to do with describing the level of damage. A wonderfully collective root word, to be sure. Be in charge of, I just fucked up my thumb by slamming it with my hammer! Now THAT is fucked up! A person with half a brain wouldn't accomplish that! Being extremely intoxicated on drugs or alcohol.