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More often than not, when marketers consider which brands are leveraging influencers for branded opportunities, they think of Fortune 500 companies. However, it’s not just big brands that have a lot to gain from social media partnerships–startups, too, can benefit from this dynamic and engaging marketing channel. Freddie Chavda, Founder at d clttrd, breaks down why startups have a very unique opportunity to engage influencers–from the onset. Read more to find out when and how to engage influencers throughout the entire conversion funnel, and even why entrepreneurs should have them on their advisory board.

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When Startups Should Engage Influencers, Part 1

More often than not, when marketers consider which brands are leveraging influencers for branded opportunities, they think of Fortune 500 companies. However, it’s not just big brands that have a lot to gain from social media partnerships–startups, too, can benefit from this dynamic and engaging marketing channel. Freddie Chavda, Founder at d clttrd, breaks down why startups have a very unique opportunity to engage influencers–from the onset. Read more to find out when and how to engage influencers throughout the entire conversion funnel, and even why entrepreneurs should have them on their advisory board.

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Influencer marketing news moves at the speed of social media. Every platform update, algorithm tweak, and current event makes a huge difference to the influencer marketer. We’ll help you keep up.

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Weekly Roundup: Week of 7/5/20

Influencer marketing news moves at the speed of social media. Every platform update, algorithm tweak, and current event makes a huge difference to the influencer marketer. We’ll help you keep up.

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Building trust with consumers is incredibly challenging, but essential for conversions. As consumers are inundated with content, influencers can help brands navigate through clouded waters. In fact, 63% of consumers trust influencer messages more than brand messaging. With this in mind, it is important for marketers to provide influencers opportunities that show and don't tell, and prompt the influencer to creatively represent brand or product value in their day-to-day. If a brand can effectively plant a creative seed and put up realistic guardrails to protect the brand’s integrity, an influencer can shape key messaging in a way they know will resonate with their audience. From the seed, concepts will blossom, and through a truly collaborative creative process between the marketer and the influencer, something that resonates with the target audience (but still stays true to the brand) will emerge. It comes down to trust and letting the influencers do what they do best–engage with their followers through unique storytelling.

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Words of Wisdom: Building Trust With Consumers

Building trust with consumers is incredibly challenging, but essential for conversions. As consumers are inundated with content, influencers can help brands navigate through clouded waters. In fact, 63% of consumers trust influencer messages more than brand messaging. With this in mind, it is important for marketers to provide influencers opportunities that show and don't tell, and prompt the influencer to creatively represent brand or product value in their day-to-day. If a brand can effectively plant a creative seed and put up realistic guardrails to protect the brand’s integrity, an influencer can shape key messaging in a way they know will resonate with their audience. From the seed, concepts will blossom, and through a truly collaborative creative process between the marketer and the influencer, something that resonates with the target audience (but still stays true to the brand) will emerge. It comes down to trust and letting the influencers do what they do best–engage with their followers through unique storytelling.

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