Influencers have been a thing for longer than the term itself. What may have started as a marketing trend has become standard operating procedure for many brands, with good reason.
While using micro-influencers in marketing is still trending, the idea of folding in a company’s own employees as advocates and influencers is regaining steam. So what does it take to turn your employees into influencers for your brand? Our latest blog touches on everything you need to know!
KGBTexas has several years of experience working with micro-influencers, and we’ve learned they can be difficult to identify if you don’t approach the task with a specific strategy for their engagement. As with any solid marketing approach, influencer marketing requires thought, research and defined expectations. Once a brand’s goals and expected outcomes are established, the bulk of the work begins. Learn about the four key questions we ask ourselves, as we research influencers and narrow our selections.