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How To Create An Influencer Marketing Strategy In 3 Easy Steps

Influencer marketing uses celebrities, athletes, bloggers, and other influential figures to market brands. An Influencer is someone with a large social media following and that has the ability to influence their audience. For any business looking to reach new audiences, Influencer marketing has become a powerful tool.

Marketers can use various strategies to identify influential individuals and gain access to their followers. Brands can use influencers to promote their product or service through paid advertisements, free giveaways, and endorsements. The goal is to get influencers to share valuable information and create excitement. They will reach a larger audience at a lower cost than traditional advertising methods.

One thing that is really important is to ensure the influencer you want to work with aligns with your brand’s goals and values. Also, when collaborating with an influencer, it’s essential to not just think of the total cost but the project’s goals and establish what you would like accomplished in the front end. It is therefore essential to create an influencer strategy.

It doesn’t matter if you’re an agency, brand, or business – everyone can benefit from an influencer marketing strategy. Here are some of the ways in which you can do exactly that to perfection.

Reaching out

The first stage is for you to start reaching out to appropriate industries. So, if your business makes baked goods, for example, head to that list of the most famous bakers and start reaching out. Doing outreach is a huge part of influencer marketing. It almost feels like putting on a public relations or journalist hat for a second as you try and narrow down your influencers.

It is worth noting that the more influencers within your industry the better. The word will get around if one of the most famous bakers endorses your business and soon others will trust that person and follow in their footsteps to purchase and use only your products.


A brand can be an individual brand, like you trying to grow your role as a digital marketer in the industry or represent a larger entity. Brands can partner together in campaigns to help widen their audience with influencer marketing. You need to target relevant brands in the same industry or reach out of the spectrum and partner with entirely different brands to increase their exposure to a new audience. When you work with an influencer in a different industry, you get a level of influencer where you can capitalize on the new audience. It is worth highlighting that if you partner with the wrong brand it can negatively impact your brand’s reputation, so it is worth really doing your research.#

Influencer payments

With this part of your strategy, you need to remember that the bigger the influencer, the more they’ll want. However, if you are targeting smaller influencers instead of money, sometimes samples of the product you’re asking them to promote, discounts, or free services usually suffice.

If you do target the more expensive larger influencers, make sure your contracts clearly state the expectations of the influencer. For example, if you want them to run the content by you before they publish it, specify that in the contract.

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