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Influencer Marketing (IM)
Influencer Marketing
What clients want and expect from influencer marketing
Clients want sales. In terms of KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), sales are king. People want to make money—not after seven-touches or down the road—but now!
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
How NOT to pitch an influencer
Influencers did not fall off a turnip truck. If they don’t see the value in the pitch, they won’t post; if they fancy that you’re just asking them to post because you want to vampire bat on their Google juice, then you’re likely to be in a whole lot of #fail and possibly a whole lot of pain. The white-hat link-farm organic SEO pwn effect is only secondary if you are, the entire way along, a total Mensch and have amazing assets, viral-quality video, a great pitch, an accurate target, and a gentle, kind, and generous follow-through.
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Influencer Marketing: Persistence is Fertile
If you assume someone isn’t interested in getting to know you better just because they don’t hear you the first or second time, then you’re doomed. The Internet is the busiest, loudest, most distracting place ever created. It’s global, impersonal, and mostly anonymous.
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Mizuno Running Mezamashii Long Tail Blogger Outreach Case Study
A Blogger Outreach Case Study: How I Activated Hundreds of Bloggers for Mizuno Running A step-by-step walk through of a campaign that Sally Falkow and I did for Mizuno Running.
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Influencer outreach is more PR than social media
Discover and engage your allies with long-tail blogger outreach
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.
Located in Influencer Marketing (IM)
Search isn’t about search anymore, it’s about social
What does Google want? Google wants to know that you, the site owners and employees, and your community, your prospects, current, and past customers, are engaged in the success of the store. This is in response to people’s time, talent, and treasure being spent more on automated systems, advertising, link-buying, and savvy inbound marketing programs than on doing what brick and mortar businesses have been doing for generations: community-engagement.
Located in Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Kimberly-Clark uses social quiz to woo talent
Kimberly-Clark created a BuzzFeed-inspired quiz to discover their own Original Thinker type and then are rewarded with a new emoji badge suitable for social sharing, as well as an invitation to find out about original thinkers at Kimberly-Clark.
Located in Social Media Marketing (SMM)
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)