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Become A Bible Course Influencer

This Spring, CBS will be launching The Bible Course: an eight-session course designed for individuals or groups (large or small) that are new to or familiar with the Bible. Click here to learn more about the course.

In the meantime, if you have an audience that would be interested in The Bible Course and other CBS products/programs, and you want to help people grow in their understanding of the Bible — you can get a head start! As an influencer for The Bible Course, you will be given free access to the first session before we release it to the public, and you will qualify for special discounts.

Check out the FAQs section for answers to more Frequently Asked Questions.

Who can apply?

Currently, The Bible Course’s Influencer Program is open to influencers who have been active on Social Media or blogging an average of 4x a month, for the past six months and have engaged audiences within Canada.

How does it work?

We have 2 Influencer Programs for you to choose from (limited to one program per person):

Product Launch Influencer: Watch and then post a review of The Bible Course’s 1st session and 2 or more additional posts on at least 2 of the following channels: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and/or YouTube. In addition to receiving the 1st session for free, you will also receive an exclusive discount on course materials and a small gift.

Host Influencer: Purchase The Bible Course, host/lead all eight sessions of The Bible Course with a group of at least three people. Post 5+ times on 2 or more Social Media channels (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and/or YouTube) before you start the course, during the course, and after course completion. In addition to receiving the 1st session for free, you will also receive one free course guide and a small gift.

How do I apply?

Simply complete our online form. Click here to apply, and we’ll get back to you within 1 to 3 weeks.

Will CBS provide content, such as product highlights, descriptions, logos, etc.?

Yes, CBS will provide Content Kits that include product descriptions and highlights, graphics and logos to assist influencers with content development.

Can I edit the materials provided in the Content Kit?

We ask that the graphics and images provided in the Content Kit NOT be altered. However, you can customize the text to match your style.

Is this only open to influencers based in Canada?

Preference will be given to influencers based in Canada, but international applicants who reach Canadian audiences will also be considered.

Which program should I apply for?

Apply to the program that you think would best serve your current audience.

How long will it take for my application to be reviewed?

Applications will be reviewed, and applicants contacted within 1 to 3 weeks.

How many posts are required for the Product Launch Influencer program?

At least 3 posts – including 1 review – are required for the Product Launch Influencer program and should be shared on at least 2 of the following channels: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and/or a blog that reaches a broad Canadian audience.

How many posts are required for the Host Influencer program?

At least 5 posts – including 1 review – are required for the Host Influencer program and should be shared on at least 2 of the following channels: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and/or a blog that reaches a broad Canadian audience.

Do you have any tips for writing a compelling review?

Here are a few tips for writing compelling reviews:

  • Reviews should be honest—whether positive or negative.
  • Provide an assessment of what worked well and what didn’t and make suggestions on how to make improvements.
  • Talk about how this course has impacted your faith and/or the faith of the people in your group.
  • Share something new or unique that you learned about the Bible through this course.
  • Draw everyday connections between course learnings and your job, community, church and/or relationships.

What would be considered an inadequate review?

Reviews that only offer generic feedback and do not provide any specifics. For example, “I thought the course was cool!” would be considered inadequate.

I didn't see my question listed here. What should I do?

Email us at thebiblecourse@biblesociety.ca. We’d be happy to answer your question/s!