So a young 17 year old girl just found out her pictures, name, and bio were all stolen to create a new (fake) account. She discovered that this account was retweeting pornographic images, followed and retweeted accounts using Arabic, and tweeted about cryptocurrency and real estate…!
Micro-influencers have smaller followings than macro-influencers (think 10,000 to 90,000 followers as opposed to hundreds of thousands). Micro influencers are often real people, not pop stars or reality television sensations. Micro Influencers will drive 3-5x more sales. Macro-influencers will drive significantly more impressions.
Influencers are people too, and hate spam as much as you and me! So let’s just make sure we always ask “would I like this if I was in their position?” Ultimately when you engage with an influencer, it’s a relationship you’re building.
Micro influencers have smaller followings (think 10,000 to 90,000 followers as opposed to hundreds of thousands). Micro influencers are often real people. Some charge between $200-$300 for an ad (depending on engagement) while others may not charge anything. Micro-influencers are commonly found on youtube, instagram, and snapchat.
Facebook has changed their algorithm to prioritize posts from friends and family. This means the price to spend on pushing content will increase. Micro-influencers can add a new (more cost effective) strategy to make up for lost ground.