Espresso Digital conducted an interview with influencer marketing expert and CEO of InfluencerDB Robert Levenhagen. Robert talked about how knowledge, data, strategy, and technology shape the future of influencer marketing.
It’s more than a week since the Black Friday craziness, some statistics are out and influencer marketing is more topical than ever during that time of the year. The day after Thanksgiving is the busiest day for retailers in the United States and it heralds the start of the Christmas shopping season. Taking a look at the metrics and observing marketers’ strategies for this big day outlines that influencers are an integral part of the marketing mix.
Influencer marketing, influencer advertising, or influencer relations: Which influencer strategy shows the best results? Which is the right one for your company? And is it just either-or or can these three approaches even be combined? Let’s shed light on influencer strategy and have a look at some real-life examples of brands!
What is one of the most important aspects why marketers rely on influencers? Authenticity! Influencers are the opinion leaders in a two-step flow concept. They influence audiences from 5k to 10 million followers and for them, being authentic is an essential trait when playing part in the business.
To continue InfluencerDB’s influencer marketing glossary, we explore new technical terms in this part such as Micro-Influencer, Media Value per Post or Outgoing Mentions.
In this article, we explain how marketers can structure a first influencer proposal, this being an important step in the influencer marketing process. The process of drafting a savvy influencer proposal email includes six (6) steps: 1. Track down your influencer's contact info 2. Start with a killer subject line 3. Show authentic interest in their work 4. Don't forget to include key dates 5. Finish with a strong closing statement 6. Get going on your influencer briefing
Influencer marketing campaigns are all about organization, monitoring, and management! A structured briefing ensures that each cooperation partner is kept in the loop regarding essential points such as campaign strategy, deadlines, campaign hashtags and advertising disclosure. Here’s a list of points which cannot be missing in your influencer briefing!
Influencer has been the buzzword for marketers during the last few years! However, the idea of influencers is not new. Let us take you back on a brief journey of influencer-history.
Instagram's success continues! Even with 500 million daily active users, the developers behind the photo-sharing platform don't get tired of rolling out new features on a regular basis. Here are the best new Instagram features of 2017 so far!
In our second Influencer Marketing Webinar, we discussed how to analyze influencers with InfluencerDB CEO and influencer marketing expert Robert Levenhagen.