FameBit is a marketplace that makes it easy for businesses to find, hire, and work with YouTube influencers for product and service endorsements such as product reviews, tutorials, hauls, and other promotional videos.

FameBit streamlines the whole process from connection to video delivery by providing self-serve tools that allow businesses the to deploy YouTube marketing campaigns quickly, easily, and efficiently to move their customers through the buying cycle faster.


News on FameBit

FameBit, Shopify Collaborate to Help Social Media Influencers Grow Brands
FameBit is collaborating with Shopify. The collaboration will allow FameBit’s influencers to leverage Shopify’s VIP program and technology to expand into ecommerce. FameBit is a... more
FameBit Acquires Video Marketing Agency Refame to Expand Cross-Platform Reach
FameBit has acquired short-form video marketing agency Refame. The Canadian-born company, which operates a self-service marketplace that enables brands to collaborate directly with YouTube... more
500 Startups' Women Syndicate Selects Canadian Startup FameBit
Earlier this year, 500 Startups announced 500 Women. It was an important step for the organization in supporting women-led companies and encouraging more women to grab a seat on the other side of... more
Three More Canadian Startups Selected by 500 Startups
Canadian startups continue to get the thumbs up from Dave McClure's 500 Startups Accelerator program. So far this year we have reported that four startups have been selected by the popular... more
Extreme Startups Grad FameBit Raises $1.5 Million Round
Extreme Startups portfolio company FameBit has been on quite the ride. Founded by high school friends David Kierzkowski and Agnes Kozera, FameBit is "a marketplace that makes it easy for... more
The Inaugural Edition of the Techvibes 20 – Powered by GoToMeeting
   We're proud to introduce the inaugural edition of the Techvibes 20. A completely rethought and redesigned reincarnation of our famous Canadian Startup Index which readers have been... more
Two Canadian Companies Among 500 Startups' Latest Batch
500 Startups has launched its first San Francisco accelerator and two Canadian companies beat out 1,300 applicants to be a part of the program's inaugural batch. Part of "batch eight," the two... more
Extreme Startups Splits into Three Integrated Programs, Emphasizes Founder Development
Extreme Startup's new managing director, Marcus Daniels, is bringing substantial change to one of Canada's most prominent startup accelerators. In what the organization is describing as a... more

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