3 Ways to Integrate Influencer Marketing Into Today’s Campaigns

Published 1 min ago 63 For years, word-of-mouth marketing has been the most trusted form of advertising. In a Nielsen study across 58 countries, 84 percent of recipients said they put the greatest trust in recommendations from friends and family. Social media hasn’t changed that. But what the proliferation of blogs and social platforms has done is create a megaphone o ...Read the full article

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