There is a time and place for influencer marketing, but beauty brands need not forget the importance of utilising user-generated content in their visual marketing strategy. Producing and curating content that is highly engaging to your audience is the benchmark of success in organic social
It has become a rarity in the beauty industry to see any digital campaign launch without an influencer marketing strategy in place.
Many social marketers have felt that in order to see reach and engagement grow, they need to incorporate more paid social initiatives into their strategy to keep pace with their competitors.
Join Elise Ngobi, Senior Manager of Brand Strategy (UK) at Dash Hudson and Sarah Parsons, Features Editor at Cosmetics Business, as they alleviate brands’ #sponsoredpost fatigue and provide tactical best practices brands can implement immediately, to see ROI from both paid influencer, and organic engagement strategies.
Chances are, your customers are already talking about your brand on Instagram.
What metrics matter when it comes to brand fit? How engaged is their audience? Are their followers real?
There are so many questions facing brands when they embark on an influencer strategy. We will show you actionable ways that you and your team can assess influencers, brand fit, and make educated decisions on who to partner with, who to gift, and who to walk away from.
Now that you have all the best content and partnerships nailed, it’s time to get strategic.
We know that beauty brands have a tremendous amount of content, but only a few opportunities a day to put the right image out there.
So how can you be confident that the content you’re sharing is going to have the best possible impact on the day? We’ve got the answer, and it’s visual intelligence.
For marketers, reporting is everything. Tracking influencers brings new challenges to attribution and demonstrating ROI.
We’ll show you how to ensure you have eyes on the right numbers and the best tracking in place, making reporting a breeze.