6 Ways to Work With Influencers Without Sponsorships

While many people believe that influencer marketing is solely reserved for large companies with enormous resources, it may be surprising to know that it often requires no budget. Many brands have pioneered influencer marketing as the main driving factor behind their e-commerce success, and some have done this at zero cost. Influencers have a great ability to improve companies’ branding, credibility, media coverage, social media following, website visits, and sales. Some of them now include

Aspire: The Influencer Marketing Platform For High-Growth Shopify Brands

If you’re an avid reader of Martech Zone, you know that I have mixed feelings on influencer marketing. My view of influencer marketing isn’t that it doesn’t work… it’s that it needs to be implemented and tracked well. There are a few reasons why: Purchase Behavior – Influencers may build brand awareness, but not necessarily convince a visitor to actually make a purchase. That’s a tough predicament… where the influencer may not be properly compensated

Shoutcart: A Simple Way To Buy Shoutouts From Social Media Influencers

Digital channels continue to grow at a rapid rate, a challenge to marketers everywhere as they decide what to promote and where to promote their products and services online. As you look to reach new audiences, there are traditional digital channels like industry publications and search results… but there are also influencers. Influencer marketing continues to grow in popularity because influencers have carefully grown and curated their audience and followers over time. Their audience has

How to Successfully Communicate with Influencers

Influencer marketing has quickly become a dominant aspect of any successful brand campaign, reaching a market value of $13.8 billion in 2021, and that number is only expected to grow. The second year of the COVID-19 pandemic continued to accelerate the popularity of influencer marketing as consumers remained reliant on online shopping and increased their use of social media platforms as an e-commerce platform. With platforms like Instagram, and most recently TikTok, implementing their own social commerce

#GetVaccinated Campaign Earns Influencers Mainstream Respect

Even before the first COVID-19 vaccination was administered in the U.S. in December 2020, high-profile figures in entertainment, government, healthcare, and business were imploring Americans to get vaccinated. After an initial surge, however, the pace of vaccinations fell even as the vaccines became more widely available and the list of people who were eligible to get them grew. While no amount of effort would convince everyone who could get vaccinated to do so, there are