How it works


  1. Influencer sign up.
  2. Build profile.
  3. Create promotional service package.
  4. Receive orders and offer.
  5. Once the influencer accept a job, rocksars media will hold the payment fot the influencer.
  6. Upon the job is done, the influencer will receive payment.

Video tutorialClick here.


  1. Brand sign up.
  2. Build profile.
  3. Search relative influncers based on location, industry, size, platform.
  4. Make offer or buy promotional service package offered by the influencer.
  5. Make payment to the influncer which will be held by rockstars till infuencer complete the job.
  6. Once the job is complete the payment will be released to the influencer.

Video tutorialClick here.


Influencer marketing uses individuals with a sizable audience to promote your brand’s message through authentic and compelling content. The individuals have influence over potential buyers and work with brands to create content that markets a product, or service, without being disruptive.

An influencer is someone who can influence the actions of their fans and social media followers. The action could be anything from changing opinions to buying a specific product.

An influencer could be absolutely anyone, it all depends on the community they’re part of and what you’re trying to acheive.

For example, Kendall Jenner is a classic example of an influencer. She’s a huge celebrity, has tens of millions of social media followers, and her fashion and make-up choices influence her fans to do the same.

But then so is Louisa Clements, a food blogger with followers only numbering in the thousands. While not famous like Kendall Jenner, her following engages with her recipes and blog influencing how and what they cook.

You don’t have to have gigantic followings or appear on TV to be influential. Smaller niches have their own influencers, like Clements, and these are often just as valuable.

Not quite. Influencers usually have a smaller audience than celebrities, targeting a niche with content that appeals to people with common interests. That said, celebrities are influential, and are often used in conjunction with influencers in campaigns.

Influencer marketing covers a wide range of industries and categories that are growing every day. 

Absolutely, we have influencers from different sizes,  nano, influencers (1k+ followers) micro influencers (10k+ followers), macro influencers (100k+ followers) to mega influncers with(1mil+ followers).

If you have small budget, you can make few offers with few micro and macro influencers and sometimes create buzz and conversion same or even more than hiring a mega influncer.

Yes, any product or business that is illegal by law and in addition to that

  • Alcohol beverages and drinks
  • Whitening creams
  • Slimming pills and supplements.
  • MLM schemes
  • Drugs and paraphernalia
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Fraudulent, counterfeit or stolen products
  • Things that encourage hate and crime
  • Adult services and products
  • Sex toys
  • Misc illegal and dubious products and services
  • Lottery, betting and gambling
  • Financial products that involve loans, P2P lending, day loans, etc..
  • Security, insurance and other protective services
  • Any influencer promote hate speech, racism or violance.
  • Any influencer who is promoting nudity and erotic content. 

Most major social media networks are available:

  • Facebook 
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Tiktok
  • Twitter
  • Youtube

If there is a social media network you think it should be added, please write to us on this address

At the moment there is no monthly subscription fees, registration is completely free for both brands and influencers.

We charge commission on the transaction:

  • Brands and businesses: 10% Admin and processing fees.
  • Influncers: 17% commission on the advertised price.

So if promotion package cost $100 Brand will pay 100+10% = $110 and the influncer will receive 100-17% = $83. 

  • Credit and debit cards.
  • Paypal.
  • If you wish to do bank transfer please email us at this address