Linqia

    • Influencer Marketing Hit the Mainstream in 2016 (Report)

      Influencer marketing has been the buzzword for 2016, and it dominated the digital marketing conversation this year. Going into 2017, it’s clear that the market will mature and techniques are likely to change again. A study from content marketing agency Linqia examines the future for influencer marketing in 2017. According to the report, 2016 is the year influencer marketing went mainstream.

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  • Influencer Marketing: Your Always-On Content Lab

    … establishes an emotional connection between influencer and audience and is a powerful tool for inspiring action A study by Offerpop reports that 50 percent of consumers find UGC more memorable than brand produced content, resulting in five times greater click-through rates and a 10 percent increase in conversions when included in the purchase path…

    Inside Facebookin Social Content- 11 readers -
  • Waiting to Approve Influencer Content Hurts More Than It Helps

    According to Millennial Branding, a stunning 97 percent of millennials today don’t turn to TV news or magazines to influence their purchasing decisions, which doesn’t bode well for the ads that support them. As a result, more and more brands are turning to influencer marketing to establish meaningful connections with their target audiences.

    Inside Facebook- 7 readers -