If you have been reading my posts for any amount of time you know that I love to give my opinion and I love free stuff. There is actually a place online that both of these things come together…
Let me tell you about Influenster.com
“Infuenster is a product discovery platform that lets opinionated, social media savvy consumers like you discover and share knowledge on products through sampling, reviews, and more!”
Influenster is a program that sends out boxes full of free stuff in hopes that you’ll use your social media influence to tell everyone you know what you think of these products. They call these sample boxes “VoxBoxes”
I recently received the Charm Voxbox and even while I received all the products complimentary, all opinions are my own.
It is easy to get started. You just need to login toInfluenster.com and complete your profile by sharing some general information about yourself. Answer some quick questions about your shopping behavior to improve your discovery experience. You will then get matched with “campaigns” that you might be interested in.
After all the questions are answered, you connect your social media accounts like Facebook, Youtube, Instagram to create your “Social Impact.” You can also invite your friends using your referral link to increase your social impact.
I have gotten matched up with several things that I have loved! Clairol Hair Food, Soap Box Shampoo and Conditioner, and Persil Laundry Detergent. I have also gotten a few things that I wasn’t really interested in…Slim Fast.
Voxboxes have full-sized free products that you get to review and keep, no charge at all. Some of the awesome brands that work with Influenster are Marc Jacobs, YSL, Makeup Forever, Reebok, L’Oreal, Georgio Armani, just to name a few.
Not all Voxboxes are the same some campaigns feature an assortment of products while others will spotlight one brand. One of my first posts on LGJ was about the Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin Foundation that I received from Influenster. Some of the campaigns will give you virtual “VoxBoxes” These might be coupons you can print out or different tasks to complete on social media.Some of the campaigns will give you virtual “VoxBoxes” These might be coupons you can print out or different tasks to complete on social media. One virtual voxbox I was part of was to take a picture of a product at the store and post it to a social media platform of my choice. That was it. Pretty simple.
These VoxBoxes are completely free. You don’t even have to do any of the requested social media tasks. The only thing required to receive future boxes is filling out a mandatory survey at the end of the campaign
So far I have been loving being a part of Influenster. Hopefully, you will join and have the same experience as well! Plus, you get free stuff and who doesn’t love free stuff!
I think that Influenster is a great way to receive free samples and try out new things. If you want to you can sign up using my referral link, http://www.influenster.com/r/1049268,
If you don’t want to use the referral link you can always just go directly to Influenster.com to sign up.
I would love for you to follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. You can find me as Looking Joli Good on all four.
5 thoughts on “Charm Voxbox From Influenster”
I am so bad with Influenster. That campaigns and the questions are so repetitive and draining. I honestly have gone on the site 3 times and closed the window every time after about 10 mins. I just don’t “get” it, I think?
I can see how it could be annoying! I usually go on and review products that I have recently reviewed on the blog. It makes it much easier. Sometimes it gets annoying when they start asking the same questions over and over or suggesting that I review things that I don’t have any interest in. Overall, though, I have had a good experience and have enjoyed getting free things to try out.
Not all voxboxes have full size products. I got the Origins one and it was all sample/travel sizes. When it comes to skincare you need enough for at least a couple weeks of use to get an idea of how it really works and these are too small for that. Womp womp.
That really stinks! How can you form a good opinion if they are such small sizes! Fortunately, everything that I have ever gotten has been full sized or at least deluxe sample sized. I think that the Eva Nyc products are actually deluxe sample sized.
Other boxes I’ve gotten have had full size products so this was a bit of a shock. I’ve liked what I’ve tried so far (especially the eye cream). What’s really weird is this whole campaign is to promote Origins new “My Perfect World” line but none of the products in the box are from the new line. What?