Facebook Events are an awesome way to get the word out about your upcoming engagements on social media. With more than 1.79 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the place to get your event seen and invites are one of the best ways to make others aware of your Facebook event. Here’s your guide to getting the most from Facebook event invites.
Influencer marketing has the ability to give additional lift to our marketing programs and bring about greater success. As the trend has grown, marketers have harnessed (or at least attempted to) this tactic for numerous reasons. What are the most important aspects of influencer marketing? The biggest benefits we can gain from it? Let’s take a look.
Influencer marketing offers the ability to harness the power of those who have great influence and further your campaigns. Agencies are pushing this newly hyped marketing tactic like crazy and constantly touting the potential rewards. With big growth there’s a critical element that most agencies have been missing. To prove the value of influencer marketing this must be addressed.
As soon as marketers began to realize the power of influencer marketing they took to it and ran. It allows you to harness the power of those that already have a relevant audience and can really increase the success of your campaigns. Though influencer marketing has become popular, most failed to consider ethical and legal questions involved in working with influencers. This has lead some to get into big trouble with the FTC. To keep from getting your company and clients in trouble, here’s what you need to do.
Influencer marketing is a powerful tool to help grain greater credibility from your audience and expand the reach of your content. But while many marketers extol the ease of creating such programs, it seems they have limited real-world experience creating them. After the challenges of identifying ideal influencers for your project, the outreach and getting influencer buy-in can pose a number of challenges too.
Getting buy-in is critical. Without it, you’ve got no influencers, and without strong buy-in they’re less likely to be wholly committed to the project, helping to amplify and assist in seeing it greater success.
Buy-in is a challenge. But with an understanding of what it takes to get influencers sign-on, you can see far better success at getting influencers to take part in your projects and the overall influencer marketing project. Here’s how to get influencer buy-in.