There is no “best” Influencer Agency for bloggers (or non bloggers) yet. It’s still early and no one is winning the market yet.
Here are some good questions:
- Ask about their love for your product, because if they don’t love it how can they make others love it.
- Have they promoted a similar product or a competitor
- How much do they usually charge per post (and why)
- Ask to see their best engagemented posts and then ask why they were successful and can they repeat the same success with your post and why.
- Ask what the optimal time and days have been for their most engaged posts.
- Do they delete the post the day later or keep them forever?
- Last, ask them if you can keep the creatives from their sponsored posts that you pay for.
Yes! You can ask that when discussing the terms of the Contract (http://dearmishudad.com/influencer-agreement/)– in this case, it means that the Influencer will not work with competitors.
If you are in love with that Influencers job, then why not? This is generally called making them your brand Ambassador but still keep them external contracors. This way they will lock down their schedule for you, and that’s awesome. It’s a big love story…
Oh so many, I don’t know where to start! The Influencer could be so bad that you may get negative results more than positive.. check your partner carefully, look at their feed at least 12 months back, see what help the Influencer has done for other brands, as well as make sure you are on same page.
(Tip: Start by looking to see if they have real or fake followers…).
Only if the Contract between you two (http://dearmishudad.com/influencer-agreement/) is says so. Otherwise, ask the #Influencer, they may still agree. No matter what do not use it without their consent because it’s illegal.