We offer celebrities and social media influencers a simple way to bring in additional revenue via social media sponsorships and endorsements.
- Service – Beatnik is made of a small passionate team that is based on honesty. We give influencers VIP and one on one treatment. They have someone to trust that is looking out for their best interest FIRST.
- Transparency- Influencers sign every agreement and see all deliverables.
- We Listen - Influencers make 100% of the decisions on who they want to work with. We want to bring our influencers organic sponsorships. Not every influencer likes the same things or support the same social and economical issues. Beatnik listens to each individual influencer on what he/she likes and goes to the brands directly. This way it is a perfect match.
- Integrity - There are many social media agencies out there where you have to sign in to their network. Influencers enter their private information in to their network. The agency then uses your loyal following and all your followers to clump in to their overall agency network. The more they can get in their network, the more brands are willing to pay the agency. The agencies make their money from the brands by leveraging all the influencers’ network and then give you a portion of what they are getting. Unlike getting thrown in to the mix with many different influencers and brands and then having it be a matchmaking game, Beatnik goes directly to the brands influencers love. Beatnik only benefits when the influencer benefits
Born in Northern California in 1986, T.J. Dillashaw grew up in the rural town of Angels Camp. He followed his father’s footsteps as he began his wrestling career. Wrestling became a huge focus in Tj’s life at a young age. Dillashaw received a full ride scholarship to California State University of Fullerton, where he went on to be a three-time Division 1 National Championship tournament qualifier and was ranked one of the top 10 athletes in the nation. After college, T.j. planned on going to in the medical field but was unexpectedly introduced to Mixed Martial Arts by his former wrestling coach, UFC fighter Mark Munoz. Tj then decided to devote himself to the sport of MMA. By 2011 he casted on the 14th Season of The Ultimate Fighter where he made his way to the finals. Since he was successful on the TV show he signed a contract in the UFC. He was the UFC Bantamweight Champion and is now a member of Elevation Fight team located in Denver, Colorado.
Michael Buffer (born November 2, 1944) is an American ring announcer for boxing and professional wrestling matches. He is known for his trademarked catchphrase, "Let's get ready to rumble!" and for pioneering a distinct announcing style in which he rolls certain letters and adds other inflections to a fighter's name.
Juan "Spaniard" Archuleta (16-1-0) is an MMA fighter out of Hesperia, California. He is the 2nd ranked of 220 active California Pro Lightweights. Archuleta is the only MMA athlete to own more than 2 Titles in a single organization. He currently is the reigning 160lb, 155lb, 145lb, 135lb Champion in King of the cage. It is unlikely this historic achievement will ever be matched, let alone eclipsed.
Jose "Shorty" Torres (6-0-0) is an MMA fighter from Chicago, Illinois and is the ranked as the 76th Top Bantamweight MMA fighter. He got started young, at the age of 4, practicing Shotokan Karate. Torres slowly transitioned into MMA, training with legendary hall of fame trainer, Bob Schirmer. With an amateur MMA record of 25-1, with 25 straight wins, Torres was pronounced the most decorated amateur MMA fighter in the world. Jose has attained numerous accomplishments from local, national, amateur and pro world titles.
Aaron Pico (born September 23, 1996) is an American freestyle wrestler and mixed martial arts fighter. Pico was born in Whittier, California to Gina and Anthony Pico. He is a 7th generation Californio. Pico is a direct descendant of Pío de Jesus Pico, who was the last Mexican Governor of California under the Providence of Mexico.
Anthony Paul Pettis (born January 27, 1987) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing as a Lightweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he is the former UFC Lightweight Champion. Pettis was also the final WEC Lightweight Champion prior to the promotion being merged into the UFC. At one point, he was ranked as a top-ten pound for pound fighter. He is currently ranked #13 in the official UFC lightweight rankings. He has 8 post fight awards.
Vasyl Anatoliyovich Lomachenk is a Ukrainian professional boxer. He has held the WBO super featherweight title since 2016, having previously held the WBO featherweight title from 2014 to 2016. Known for his excellent hand speed, timing, accuracy, creativity, and lateral foot movement, Lomachenko is one of the most highly rated fighters in boxing today, as well as arguably the greatest amateur boxer of all time. Competing in the featherweight and lightweight divisions as an amateur, he won a silver medal at the 2007 World Championships, consecutive golds at the 2009 and 2011 World Championships, and consecutive golds at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.
Miguel Cotto was born in Caguas, Puerto Rico on October 29, 1980. He started his boxing career at a young age and participated in amatuer competitions with his brother Jose. As early as age 16, Miguel became the Puerto Rican national amateru champion. In 2000 he moved up to the 139-pound division and became Puerto Rico’s amateur champion and won the gold medal at the Central American and Caribbean games. A year later started his professional career, winning his debut by TKO and went on to win 5 more bouts in 2001. In 2003 Cotto had a record of 15-0 and earned the WBC international light welterweight title. He defended the title by defeating the undefeated. Just three years later Cotto competed under the welterweight division and won 35-37 fights. Miguel Cotto became the first Puerto Rican fighter in history to win a world title in four different weight classes. Cotto is still an active boxer and also owns a boxing promotion which coordinate fight cards in Puerto Rico and also founded a non-profit organization that promotes physical activity and measures against infant obesity.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kovalev (born 2 April 1983) is a Russian professional boxer. He is a former unified light heavyweight world champion, having held the WBO title from 2013 to 2016, and the WBA (Undisputed) and IBF titles from 2014 to 2016. The Ring magazine named him their Fighter of the Year in 2014, and in July 2016 he was ranked as the world's best light heavyweight by The Ring and BoxRec; both of which also ranked him as the world's third best boxer, pound for pound. Kovalev is well known for his formidable punching power.
Chaz Ortiz is about as natural on his board as anybody in the game. He excels at flipping tricks into and out of long grinds and slides. The Chicago native is among the most consistent skaters in the game. He can flip in, flip out of anything, and looks great doing it. "I don't think anyone's switch is as normal as regular, except Paul Rodriguez, but I have some tricks switch," says Ortiz.
Evgeni Vladimirovich Malkin is a Russian professional ice hockey center and alternate captain for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. He currently wears number 71 on his jersey. Malkin began his career with his hometown club Metallurg Magnitogorsk, playing for their junior and senior teams. He was then selected second overall in the 2004 NHL Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins, though an international transfer dispute delayed the start of his NHL career until 2006. After his first season with the Penguins Malkin was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL's best rookie. In his second season he helped lead Pittsburgh to the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals and was a runner-up for the Hart Memorial Trophy, which is given to the league's most valuable player. The following season saw Malkin win the Art Ross Trophy, awarded to the top-scorer in the NHL and again place second for the Hart Trophy. He and the Penguins again reached the Stanley Cup Final, winning the Stanley Cup championship this time around; Malkin was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player of the playoffs. In 2012 Malkin was awarded the Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award, awarded to the best player as voted on by the players, after winning the Art Ross Trophy for the second time; his 12-point lead was the largest margin of victory since 1999.
Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan) was born on May 22, 1981 in Aberdeen, Washington. Before wrestling came into Danielson’s life, he played football for his high school team. After graduating from high school, he decided to practice wrestling professionally at Dean Malenko’s wrestling school. And then trained under Shawn Michaels and Rudy Gonzalez at Texas Wrestling Academy. As he was touring the country he was signed to a developmental deal by the World Wrestling Federation and was assigned to the Memphis Championship Wrestling. He obtained publicity there and adopted his appellation “American Dragon.” In 2003 he went to make four non contracted appearances for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). A year later he won the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. His beard is his trademark and his name is respected in the ring. It was the WWE who captured Bryan’s signature “YES” chant and altered it into a rallying cry, screaming it simultaneously.” He became a WWE four-time world champion; a three-time WWE Champion/ WWE World Heavyweight Champion and a one-time World Heavyweight Champion. He is now married to WWE Diva Brie Bella
Brianna and Nicole Garcia were born in San Diego, California and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. Before wrestling was in the picture the twins both played soccer for a club team in Scottsdale. After graduating high school, the twins both returned to San Diego for college. Nikki played soccer for Grossmont College. They then decided to start trying to model, act, and do promotional work in LA. The twins made their first appearance on the Fox reality show Meet My Folks. After that the twins got hired to be the World Cup Twins for Budweiser. In 2006 they participated in the WWE search but did not make the cut. By 2007 they got signed by World Wrestling Entertainment and were assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling. The twins debuted on SmackDown in 2008 and defeated their opponent by using “Twin Magic”- which was when the twins switched places behind the referee’s back if one of them got hurt. In 2009, the Bella twins were drafted to the Raw-brand as part of the Supplemental Draft. In 2011 that tactic helped Brie beat Eve and win the Divas Championship. They then became the center pieces for the E! Reality TV show “Total Divas.” Aside from all the fame and fortune, the Bella twins are known for giving back to charities, being a role model for young kids, and promote awareness of environmental and animal cruelty issues.
Steven Hiroyuki "Steve: Aoki was on born November 30, 1977) is an American electro house musician, record producer, and music executive. In 2012, Pollstar designated Aoki as the highest grossing dance artist in North America from tours. Aoki has released several Billboard-charting studio albums as well, notably Wonderland, which was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronica Album in 2013. The first part of Aoki's two-part album, Neon Future I, was released on September 30, 2014, and reached No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Albums in the United States. The second album, Neon Future II, features artists such as Snoop Lion and Rivers Cuomo, and in Belgium it reached No. 93 on the Ultratop 200 Albums chart. The 2015 horror film The Hive features tracks from the album Neon Future by Aoki, who created the soundtrack and also serves as an executive producer. Aoki is also the central character in the documentary I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. He is the founder of the Steve Aoki Charitable Fund, which raises money for global humanitarian relief organizations.
Lala makes relatable videos in hopes of making people laugh. Her videos are on Instagram, Vine, Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, and tumblr. The internet sensation that you all know as "LaLaSizaHands89" has way more to her than just a great personality and sense of humor! LaLa, was born in Charleston, SC on October 24, 1989. Shortly after, her parents relocated to Pittsburgh, PA where she was raised up until middle school. Charlotte, North Carolina was the next stop. From there, LaLa attended E. E. Waddell Highschool and graduated in 2007. While in highschool she participated in cheerleading and track and field. Upon completion of highschool she went to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and received her Bachelors of Arts in Spanish. Three days after walking across the stage she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she attended Empire Beauty School. She became a licensed cosmetologist, worked in retail for two years then switched to the insurance industry. After working for AllState for a little over two years, she was able to leave her job and focus solely on her entertainment career via Instagram. LaLa is constantly working hard to make a name for herself via social media in hopes of growing into something much larger than any social media platform. She is glad to have you all along with her for the experience.
Daymond Garfield John was born on February 23, 1969 and grew up in Queens New York. When Daymond was in high school he got the opportunity to participate in a program that enabled him to work a full-time job while also attend school on an alternating weekly basis. Daymond claims that this program introduced him to an entrepreneurial spirit. Daymond and his neighbor sold homemade hats for $10 each and made $800 in a single day. He would sell these hats at concerts and also neighborhood festivals. After setting up a shop in his mom’s basement, he then started FUBU: For Us By Us. This grew to include hockey jerseys, t-shirts, and basketball caps, all with the FUBU label. FUBU made mainstream apparel companies notice the potential for sportswear that attracts not just urban youth, but mainstream teens as well. Daymond created the FUBU Foundation and raised $1 million annually. After his success with FUBU, Daymond got the name “Godfather of Urban Fashion.” In 2009 Daymond joined the cast of Shark Tank, A show in which he and four other business executives listen to business pitches from ordinary people, and choose whether or not they want to invest in the project. Not only is Daymond a successful businessman, he also is a public speaker, brand ambassador for Shopify, and author.
Born and raised in California, Naya Rivera inherited her natural beauty and unforgettable talent from her successful family members. Her mother, Yolanda and sister Nickayla were both models and her brother Mychal was an NFL tight end on the Oakland Raiders.Naya appeared on a Kmart commercial when she was just a baby. Her first big role came in 1991, when she was on the cast of the CBS comedy The Royal Family. She had a guest appearance on Family Matters, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Smart Guy. Naya is best known for her role as a feisty cheerleader Santana Lopez on the Fox TV series Glee. Naya was able to expose her acting ability as well as her incredible vocals. In 2011 Naya signed a deal with Columbia Records to make a solo album; her first single, “Sorry,” a collaboration with Big Sean.