When collaborating with influencers, it’s always nice to know you can count on them to help you get the desired results. Keeping that in mind: influencers are as authentic and powerful as their audience lets them be. That’s why you need to remember one thing: just because their account says they have a big amount of followers, doesn’t mean those followers are genuine and real. It might look like an endless struggle to find out who is getting a little… creative with their follower growth strategy and who isn’t, but we hope to help you figure out who has genuine followers, and who is fooling you.
Being an influencer is more than just creating content and selecting publish when it’s ready. It is planning, it is researching and it is engaging. Every day, there are new social media platforms showing up. That makes it difficult for people whose job it is to be online to know where they need to post at what time. Influencers have as much time as any other person, so they need to make decisions about which platforms they want to use. Every social media channel is different and which ones to use depends on your goals and the audience you want to reach.
It is good to have a clear view of your options as an influencer. That is why we listed the most popular social media channels below, and when you should be posting on them.
Influencer marketing. A collective name for commercial collaboration with influential people. But why on earth would anyone want to collaborate with influential people? Well, influencers bring a contextually relevant message to consumers. They present your message the right way at the right time. And that is exactly what you need right now.
Statistics say 83% of consumers trust the recommendations of friends and family. So think about the last time a friend told you to buy a product. How much did their opinion mean to you? Micro-influencers belong to that inner circle of trust. Their opinion is valuable to consumers. 6 in 10 follow advice from their favorite creator on what to buy over recommendations from celebrities. That is why micro-influencers are great for influencer marketing strategy. Both micro- and macro-influencers have their advantages and disadvantages. This blogpost demonstrates the benefits of working with micro-influencers in your strategy. Here are five reasons why you should incorporate micro-influencers in your influencer marketing strategy.
You like the sound of influencer marketing and feel like you’ve got a good idea of what it is. You’re ready to take a shot at it, yet you’re not entirely sure where to start. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Influencer marketing keeps getting bigger and more important for your brand. Consumers have basically no trust left in brands and that is where influencers step in. This is the right moment to start off your influencer marketing campaign. And when you follow these five steps, you will be ready to take it a step further and start a continuous influencer marketing program.
People don’t just magically stop talking about your brand or products after the holidays or any other event campaign – which means you need to be on top of your social channels at all times
– Bailey Seitter, Social and Content Coordinator at Insightpool, the Influencer Marketing platform.
A good first step into marketing with influencers could be a campaign-based approach, but that might not be the best way to get ahead of your competition. It certainly isn’t the best way to optimize influencer ROI. It is an option, but we’re here to explain to you why an always-on influencer program is a better idea.