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My influencer marketing tools of the trade
I thought I would talk a little bit about the tools of the trade — what we use to stoke excitement about our clients when we do blogger outreach and influencer engagement campaigns.
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Earned media blogger outreach is alive and well!
Everything the blogger does on your behalf -- for free -- is a gift, a blessing, a mitzvah!
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
The quantum mechanics of blogger outreach
Pitching all available bloggers simultaneously allows one to quickly — immediately — discern which bloggers are interesting in carrying the story and which aren’t, allowing my team to decommission all unsuccessful instances, releasing valuable resources, in favor of all instances that result in bona fide social media mentions.
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Janet Thaeler & Maryanne Conlin on Influencer Marketing
Becoming an influencer is the best thing we have done; also, just say no to clients and products that won't work with social media marketing.
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Influencer marketing is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration
People are still inviting me to speak to their students! But who can follow Geoff Livingston? Nobody! Also, there were baked goods. Thank you to the lovely Brigitte Winter!
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Final thank you to Skinny Coconut Oil online influencers
We're at the end of our three month earned media online influencer marketing campaign and we at Gerris and Skinny & Co coconut oil would love to thank you for almost five-hundred earned social media mentions on blogs, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Periscope, SnapChat, Twitter, Vine, Facebook, etc. That's a lot of sterling positive mentions in only three months!
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Paid online influencer marketing is fully mainstream
Whether you choose to use online influencer marketing, go down the micro-influencer marketing rabbit hole, or go with sponsored links or native advertising, the state of the sponsored content biosphere is mature and everyone’s doing it in a desperate attempt to really get some attention of some interested parties—so so should you, too.
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Win lifestyle influencers over with generosity and attentiveness
It takes a lot of money to give you license to treat someone like crap. And they’ll still resent you and wish you dead.
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The salesmanship of influencer marketing
Sales, marketing, and PR never comes down to price-per-seat or the discount offered by any one widget, it comes down to people, to relationships, to meeting needs, to solving problems, and to being responsive to needs and changes.
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Promote your book with influencer marketing
I gave a presentation on how to promote your book (or your client’s book) by engaging online influencers. And I cited six books that I’ve promoted over the past couple of years on behalf of their authors: Glock and Law of the Jungle by Paul M. Barrett; Search Engine Marketing, Inc., by Mike Moran and Bill Hunt; Mindful Work by David Gelles; and The Creator’s Code by Amy Wilkinson
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