- An email and phone call from one of our representatives.
- A time & cost estimation.
- An in-person meeting.
Today, people would rather listen to expert opinions about something, which has led to an increase in the number of brands using them to tell the back story of a company.
People love to hear from influencers – on both a macro and micro level – especially when it is dependent on a product or company.
This is the point in time where consumers want to make decisions for themselves but listen to people who have some comprehension about a product/service about a brand or company before following through or not following through on their decision.
The success of an influencer’s marketing will depend on how confident people feel in the choices they make.
And, the success can be seen in their content and the buyer’s excursion.
Tomoson said influencers are the most cost-effective method in gaining customers.
In fact, companies earn $6.50 for every dollar they spend on advertising or investing in the idea of an influencer.
92 percent of all people will look to family, friends, co-workers and people close to them to get a referral.
Word-of-mouth advertising often leads to two times more sales than paid advertising does.
Deloitte said customers attained via word-of-mouth often have a 37 percent higher rate of retention.
When the brand and promotor actually have a relationship, it helps to ensure influencer marketing is a success.
When influencers are real advocates of a brand, it can lead to a higher return on investment for the brand.
Influencer marketing is attentive on the buyer’s whole milestone, which means an influencer has a huge role in aiding buyers throughout their journey with brands.
It needs to be said that influencer marketing can also have a negative impact as well – one wrong move and the reputation of the brand and promotor can suffer significantly.
What’s needed to ensure campaign success are three things:
Without these things, there’s no reason to have a campaign.
Opinions about what’s real or not continue, but it may not even be the right discussions anymore.
If there is a lack of honesty, then how can it be influencer marketing?
It may look like it but really isn’t.
This kind of marketing will only lead to a loss in credibility with the audience.