When you see a social influencer (someone with a massive following on social media) saying positive things about a brand by way of recommendation or merely posing before the camera with it, 99% of the time, they were paid to do that. This strategy on its own isn’t bad, after all, stats have it that 73% of millennial consumers are influenced by the recommendations of their peers and role models. Now, come to think of it: Imagine if it was your product that respected a highly adored entertainer, thought leader, religious head with diehard members, or just any public figure is holding?
In case you are thinking of turning your eyes away from this part of our service, it’s our pleasure to remind you that your competitors are already implementing it and those of them that haven’t are seriously planning towards it. I’m sure being behind the trend isn’t why you built your business in the first place.
Over the years, we’ve built strong relationships with top bloggers, entertainers, thought leaders, freelance writers, social influencers, religious heads, etc. Based on these relationships we’ve built, we know their various capabilities in promoting your brand and can also twist their hand to do that in the most affordable cost.
Here are things involved:
- Influencer marketing strategy that suits your brand
- Influencer–Brand match
- Outreach and execution
- Influencer accountability
- Public endorsement of your brand
- More traffic, leads and sales