Purchasing decisions are more often influenced by expert or thought leader recommendations than traditional advertising. As a direct result of this many organizations are now placing influencers in the centre of their marketing strategy. They have realised that influencers can spread and amplify their messages and allows brands to increase pageviews, lead gen and ROI.

Back in 2013 we launched our Influencer Relationship Management software platform, allowing our customers to systematically manage and scale their relationships with key influencers and influential stakeholders such as journalists, analysts, thought leaders and bloggers.

We thought its time to share with you everything we learned from creating over 200 highly successful campaigns for companies such as Microsoft, Coca Cola, Sony and many more so we created this comprehensive guide.

 

 

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