Tweet Your Way to Success: 5 Strategies for Influencer Marketing on Twitter

February 28th, 2019
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Marketing over social media is grueling. Getting followers takes more work than most people expect, and building an effective following can take multiple campaigns. Yet, to help bolster your marketing strategies, you can turn to influencers.

Influencer marketing is about attaching prominent members of specific communities with your product. The influencer essentially uses your product or service in front of their audiences. That way, the audience associates you with their idols, and you can get more traffic your way.

However, it's also more complex than that. There are strategies to influencer marketing which take into account platforms and unique styles. With the right techniques, you can maximize the impact your influencer marketing can have!

Keep reading below to learn how to make your influencer marketing campaign a success!

1. Smaller Communities Get Bigger Results

It may seem counter-intuitive to target influencers with small communities. You want more traffic, which means you need to reach out to more people. How could smaller communities help you?

In reality, smaller communities are more tightly knit. The messaging influencers send to their followers resonate more than in large followers. They're more likely to look into you more after they see an influencer using your product, which means more traffic overall for you.

2. You Can't Have Total Control

You shouldn't try to take total control over how influencers represent you or your product. Every influencer has a unique style and chemistry with their audience. Even if it may seem like you're negatively represented, you may actually have a positive impact with the community.

However, you do have control over which influencers you target. Protect your brand by only targeting influencers which you would want to be associated with.

3. Influencer Marketing Is About The Influencer

Influencer marketing is all about the influencer you're targeting. You want to make sure they're comfortable using your product in their own lives before they tell their audience about it. Otherwise, it can seem disingenuous for influencers to tell their followers about you.

Check in with them before signing a deal to make sure they're comfortable representing you to their community. Otherwise, you may be blamed for disrupting the community as people pick up on the influencers reservations with your product. It can damage your brand, and your marketing strategy can backfire.

4. Get Influencers Together

One influencer is good, but two are better. And three, four, or even five will help you make massive waves.

To make an effective influencer marketing campaign, you need more than just one influencer. Put together an event to attract influencers to help spread your product through multiple communities at once. For example, if you're in the gaming industry, put together a gaming event to attract prominent members of the community.

That way, they can grow their audiences and you can help boost your marketing strategy. Everyone gets something when you bring influencers together!

5. Show Your Appreciation

One of the most important steps in making an effective influencer marketing strategy is the final step. Your deal with them is just the beginning of a powerful relationship. Maintain that relationship by sending a gift or a thank-you note afterward, so you can ensure you'll be able to return to them later.

Influencer Marketing Is A Powerful Tool

With the right kinds of influencer marketing, your business can see huge payoffs. Influencers introduce you to new communities, and those communities will take an interest in you. People are inherently curious about the things their idols do, so if that involves you, you're going to get a lot more traffic.

Influencers develop your brand and help you stand out against your competition. But that's not all they can do. To see how influencers can revolutionize your business, just contact us here!