Nearly 90 percent of marketers say they use influencer marketing, with 94 percent finding it an effective tactic, according to a 2016 poll from Linqia. That effectiveness varies by each marketer’s objective. Some employ influencer marketing to create an authentic brand experience; others seek to increase engagement or drive traffic to their website or landing page.
Whether or not your goals are similar to these, you can use influencer marketing for quantifiable impact. The following ten steps detail how to specifically use Twitter and influencer marketing to attract influencers (that is, influential people who can sway your potential customers) and build your brand.
In today’s digital world, the biggest challenge facing brands, bloggers, and marketers alike, is capturing (and retaining) the attention of your readers, subscribers, customers.
Flash sales, discounts, and time-sensitive offers will only take you so far today. With all the noise on social channels like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter, it can be difficult to build real relationships with your audience, stand out from the crowd and truly earn their regular attention.
Imagine it’s 2010. You’ve just been invited by a friend to a new website where you can gather and organize everything you love from around the Internet. Using an image to represent each object, you’re able to create visually stunning digital cork boards to house your collection.
You might start by picking out some recipes you’ve been meaning to try and add them to a board you call “Quick Meals.” After that, you go straight for fashion and begin categorizing seasons, colors, and occasions. Before you know it, your eye for design has created a beautiful arrangement of designs and styling advice. Continue reading →