When choosing an influencer, it’s a good idea to review their previous work. This post reviews shows you one Facebook influencer who does it well, and one who doesn’t…
Facebook Influencer OfficialKalaniHilliker is doing Influencing right –
✅ #Ads is clearly visible on the content (but does not deter you from wanting to listen to her recommendation)
✅ Good engagement
✅ Very authentic and believable (she didn’t copy & paste an ad, her post is natural looking and authentic)
✅ She gets her followers engaged and interested. As a result, some will buy and recommend the products and her page to their friends.
And here is an example that is the total opposite –
This by Tinrocket 1.0.2 (101) Not understandable | Too many hashtags | | | | | Not desirable |
Needless to say, there was almost no engagement on this post.
I hope these “live”
Influencer examples are helpful for you in choosing the right influencer to work with your brand.
Good luck brand heroes! 👍– #DearMishuDad ✊👨🏻🏫
Influencers are a trusted authority on their….
Yes, that’s right, it’s not the topic they are authorities on, but rather their hashtag. This means that when someone is searching for a specific hashtag, the Influencer who is right on top of the search results is… the most influential.
Tip: Look for hashtags that have less than 500,000 uses. Choosing a less popular hashtag gives you more opportunity to have an impact.
What is the best way to ask an influencer for their pay rate? Like this!
Yes that’s the RIGHT way – just DM a short message to your potential Influencer, and ask for their rates.
The answer in this example is great – straight to the point and showing authenticity (it’s a good sign when an influencer will not agree to promote just any product).
Tip: if the Influencer’s answer is not very clear or sincere, or they don’t ask you about your product, they might not be a Pro
Good luck brand heroes! 👍– @DearMishuDad ✊