People First is committed to promoting DEI in our workplace, both among our employees and creators.
As such, we examined the payout structure of 11 recent campaigns to assess the likelihood of any pricing racial inequalities by People First. We focused on Nano influencers, influencers with less than 1000 followers, and analyzed the pay compensation for 185 influencers, all of whom identified their ethnicity. The ethnic breakdown of the sample is as follows:
Price per Post
We found that even though the price per post varied across all demographics, with Hispanic influencers earning 20% more on average than White influencers, there was no significant difference in pay compensation across demographics.
Because the prices per campaign may vary and may not include all demographics, we also included the comparison of relative prices per campaign. When compared to the average price per campaign…
Price per Reach
When taking into account the average price per reach of the posts, which we calculated as the number of followers, we found that:
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