In Free Beginner’s Guide to Influencer Marketing, we will talk about :
- What is influencer marketing is all about?
- Why is influencer marketing effective?
- Who are the influencers?
What is Influencer Marketing?Influencer Marketing is a type of marketing that aims to grab attention by using influential people to amplify a brand’s message and project it to a given audience. In simple words, instead of marketing the product or services directly to the audience, the brands would hire, pay or incentivize a person of social influence to review, name-drop or associate with the brand. For example, the small-scaled brands are using influential stand-up comedians to promote their products like the way The Souled Store collaborated with Stand-up comedian Kenny Sebastian and AIB to promote their funky t-shirts in the respective audience.
Why is Influencer Marketing Effective?At a basic level, marketing is all about getting your message delivered to your audience or tied in with getting your plans to spread it. Generally, broad communications (or advertising) was the favored strategy to accomplish these finishes. But now the ways have tuned into web directions. One of the best part of influencer marketing that helps brands to reach out to the local audience. An influencer can decide in what way they want to promote the product in their audience. Also, the audience looks for genuine reviews that can be related to them personally. Therefore influencer marketing comes very handy for brands if they want to target genuine customers. When brands get influencer marketing right, they reap big returns. Consider these statistics:
- Twitter users report a 2X increase in purchase intent when exposed to promotional content from influencers.
- Influencer marketing content delivers 11X higher ROI than traditional forms of digital marketing.
- On average, businesses generate $6.50 for every $1 invested in influencer marketing.
Who are the Influencers?When people think about influencers, they naturally imagine some top celebrity-type figures or TV actors. But influencers don’t necessarily have to be celebrities. They can be lifestyle followers, comedians, bloggers, industry experts, etc. They do, however, usually specialize in a particular niche and typically benefit from a large following on social media. The majority of social influencers come in the form of:
- Industry Experts
What’s Next?If social media is your first love and you want to be acknowledged by the big brands as an Influencer, these posts are definitely for you…..
Chapter 1- How to become an ideal Social Media Influencer?In this post, we help you to understand how you can become an ideal social media influencer by following these basic steps: Read more
Chapter 2- How to create your Influencer Marketing Strategy on social media?An influencer is a person who has the credibility in a specific industry to impact the audience. In this post, you will learn how to create a social influencer marketing strategy. Read more
Chapter 3- How to become a Paid Influencer?
Do you want to know how to become a paid influencer? Here’s what you should know before looking for paid influencer opportunities with brands.Read more