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How Parenting Influencers Reach Highly Targeted Markets

Blog post about finding influencers for your campaign.

Marketing online to parents has gone through big changes over the years, from the OG “mommy blog” to today’s diverse creators. The so-called mommy blog has evolved into a multibillion-dollar industry (is it any wonder, given that U.S. moms control 85% of household purchases, with a spending power of $2.4 trillion), and while today’s parenting audiences are still looking for…

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5 Tips for Boosting Your Shopper Marketing with Social Media Influencers

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Today’s digitally-savvy consumers are exercising more control over their retail experience than ever before. We want more shopping controls, more convenience, and retailer options like flexible delivery choices — and thanks to mobile devices, the entire shopping landscape has evolved to support how we research and make purchases. As the way we buy goes through changes, so too should your…

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Millennial Influencers

Millennial Influencers

Millennials are often the target audience of influencer campaigns – and it’s easy to understand why. They consume social media daily (63% of Millennials stay updated on brands through social networks), trust social influencers, and are the demographic that will have the most spending power of any generation by the end of 2018.  But, let’s be clear – they’re not all the same (shocker -right?)  The…

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Beyond Millennials: Influencer Marketing For Older Generations

There are over 270,000 Google results for the search term “marketing to millennials.” This demographic is set to officially become the largest living adult generation in 2019, with population numbers soaring to 73 million. It’s no wonder so many brands are focused on cracking this diverse, evolving segment with over $200 billion in buying power. Beyond Millennials: Influencer Marketing For…

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How to Stop Influencer Fraud Before It Starts

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Don’t let influencer fraud devalue your campaign The New York Times article, The Follower Factory further exposed the serious issue of influencer fraud that lurks within the space on Twitter and other platforms, as well. The story outed Devumi, a company with a fake Manhattan address that appears to make its money by generating fake followers for social media celebrities and…

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Influencer Platforms: 5 Reasons To Be Cautious Of Self-Service Automation

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Imagine a matchmaking website, but designed to facilitate connections between brands and influencers. These technology-based solutions, known as influencer platforms, let marketers search influencer databases, automate influencer outreach, and track campaigns. On the surface, influencer marketing platforms sound like a great idea — but brands should think twice before ditching the experience and hands-on management that a professional agency provides….

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