Hire a Celebrity and Watch Profits Skyrocket

TheCelebritySource.com understands that it can be difficult to hire a celebrity sometimes. Even tougher can be knowing which celebrity to hire. Celebrities get hired for a variety of reasons, causes, events, and endorsements. In this article, we explore some of the ones that you may be interested in learning about.

Hire a Celebrity to Make a Video

Seems simple right? Expecting us to tell you it’s not? The reality is that it all depends on what you are going to do with the video, how long it is, what you are asking the celebrity to say or do, and whether they are interested in backend revenue participation. Every celebrity has different rules, many of which may be decided directly, or by agents.

Costs can range from a few hundred dollars for obscure, less popular celebrities and online influencers, to $20,000 and up for current popular television, movie stars, and athletes. There are online services now that let celebrities both represent themselves and set their own prices for appearances and video productions; however, there is still a process of matching yourself, your company, and your product with the right celebrity that “speaks” to your customer.

Lastly, we get a lot of questions about the medium of video. Why is video so popular? In 2 words, YouTube and Mobile. The world has a free space to use videos as a promotional medium with a vast audience of mobile consumers, subscribers, friends, and followers.

D-List Celebrities for Hire

If you have been tasked to hire a celebrity to show up at your corporate event, you will quickly realize that fame has its price. Booking rates can go from a few thousand dollars for a model you might recognize in a magazine like Maxim, to $1 million and more to book ultra-famous talents like Oprah or Jennifer Lopez. At the top of the budget is a list of the $1 million and up club: Jessica Simpson, Justin Timberlake, Matthew McConaughey, Martha Stewart, and others. More affordable talent may include celebrities like Dana Carvey, Jeremy Piven, William Shatner, and Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas

Towards the bottom are options for you when you want to hire a celebrity in a group commonly known as the “D-List.” This excellent talent can make a brand or company a super-high ROI. Examples of these historic stars include Anson “Potsie” Williams (“Happy Days”), William Hung (“American Idol”), Barry Williams (“The Brady Bunch”), “Deal or No Deal” girls, Maxim magazine models, and many of the YouTube gaming celebs.

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NEW YORK & LOS ANGELES
SERVICING CLIENTS AROUND THE GLOBE

Copyright ©2022 The Celebrity Source, LLC.
All rights reserved worldwide.