Influencer marketing best practice. In this podcast we look at some of the themes of influencer marketing best practice.
In this second of two podcasts recorded at the PRCA we look at influencer marketing best practice and examine the best ways to identify and select influencers, how to work best with them and why you should avoid BANJO influencers at all costs.
Identifying the most appropriate influencers at scale is a blend of art and science. The influencer identification 4 S Filter breaks the process into core elements of Search, Surface, Screen & Select.
The model offers a best practice blend of:
BANJO influencer marketing is where those with a large social media following ‘Bang Another iNfluencer Job Out’ in return for quick money without any affinity for the brand that’s sponsoring the content. Their days are numbered as the discipline becomes more results focused.
Brand and influencer tie-ins work best when they are nurtured over the long-term. Communicators should ditch the tactical and temporary in pursuit of long-term, business-growth partnerships with influencers.
In the first podcast we discuss:
You can listen to the first influencer marketing podcast here.
With special thanks to Chris Lee for the interview request and podcast production and to the PRCA for hosting the sessions.
Scott Guthrie is an influencer marketing strategist, event speaker, university guest lecturer, media commentator on influencer marketing and active blogger. He works with brands, agencies and platforms to achieve meaningful results from influencer marketing. That tells you something about him but it's not giving you a lot of detail, is it? So, read more here.
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