Company Seeks Growth Capital; Launches Reg A+ “mini-IPO”
Press Release – LOS ANGELES, Calif. — April 18th, 2017 — Today Social Bluebook, the social media technology company that provides the tools for content creators to make social media their full-time business, announced a Regulation A+ initial public offering. In line with Social Bluebook’s democratic values, the offering is open to both accredited and unaccredited investors. Investing in Social Bluebook is an investment in the creative community as well as the future of creator-led marketing.
Started in 2014 by creators for creators, Social Bluebook simplifies and streamlines the process of executing influencer marketing, connecting thousands of online content creators and advertisers on their platform. Their proprietary algorithm produces a dollar value that can be used as a starting point for negotiating branded deals.
Per their “for creators by creators” mantra, Social Bluebook’s Reg A+ offering is intended to open the door for creators to invest in their own careers. Notable creators investing include Eh Bee family, Shaytards, Furious Pete, Ellie and Jared, and more. The funding will accelerate Social Bluebook’s expansion via strategic acquisitions and marketing. This strategy is aimed to cement their platform as the leading space for advertisers and creators to connect, negotiate deals, and build together.
“Marketing professionals, including Fortune 500 companies using Social Bluebook, are now realizing there is a tremendous value to teaming up with online video personalities who are drawing millions of viewers with the content they post on platforms like YouTube and Instagram,” said Chad Sahley, CEO of Social Bluebook.
“We are very excited to share this investment opportunity with creators and other like-minded individuals,” said Sahley. “While early stage offerings before an IPO would generally allow only accredited investors to invest at this stage, we are taking advantage of new SEC regulations and opening up the door to the crowd in an effort to level the playing field for all creators.”
Social Bluebook was the first to introduce patent-pending valuation formulas for YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and blogs, with more on the way. As of June 2016, over 33,000 social media platforms with an audience reach of over 2.87 billion people and over 400 brands have registered with Social Bluebook and growing daily.
The company seeks to raise up to $12 million in its “mini IPO” under Regulation A+. Individuals interested in learning more about the Social Bluebook Regulation A+ investment opportunity can visit http://invest.socialbluebook.com.
About Social Bluebook
Social Bluebook was started by creators for creators in order to bring transparency to influencer marketing and specifically the content creator community. It was designed to simplify and streamline the process of executing influencer marketing for online content creators and advertisers with the goal to help creators make the money they deserve so they can do what they love.
An offering statement regarding this offering has been filed with the SEC. The SEC has qualified that offering statement which only means that Social Bluebook may make sales of the securities described by that offering statement. It does not mean that the SEC has approved, passed upon the merits or passed upon the accuracy or completeness of the information in the offering statement. You may obtain a copy of the offering circular that is part of that offering statement HERE. You should read the offering circular before making any investment.
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