Category Influencers

There are many ways to pivot business 2020. Find ways you can lift your brand experience digitally, make for a smoother customer-to-brand relationship, and take the power back so you’re best prepared for a crisis in the future.
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With 500 million active daily users, Instagram is the go-to platform for the food industry. But, how do you use Instagram to market your restaurant? Here’s a guide to getting on the ‘Gram – and getting it right with planning, posting, optimizing, and advertising.
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There are a variety of steps you can take to optimize your Twitter marketing efforts. While your follower count is relevant, engagement takes things further. Here are seven ways to boost your Twitter engagement and gain more brand awareness, leads, and sales through this social network.
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By 2020, more than 5 billion people will use social media platforms. The team at MicroCreatives put together this overview and infographic of social media content trends that are anticipated to be popular across social media in 2020 and the coming years. See what could work for your brand and start planning ahead.
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Social media plays a massive role in the popularity of the once little-known Acai berry. For instance, the hashtag #acaibowl has over 1.39 million posts on Instagram. Learn how Instagram, influencers, and other social media trends helped propel the acai berry craze.
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Social media can now make-or-break a restaurant. Building followers and engagement on Instagram is a long-term process. Here are three things restaurants can do right now to see impressive results: implement strategic geotags, reach out to local food influencers, and use first-comment hashtags.
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With the rise of social media, a new kind of celebrity emerged: the social media influencer. This introduces a new concept called influencer marketing. Influencer marketing works for most industries, and especially for travel. Influencers are fantastic content creators and their content can make businesses more relatable and attractive to potential customers.
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Marketing to millennials can be tricky. These 17–36-year-olds are 2.5x more likely than other generations to be early adopters when it comes to technology. They’re also, of course, connected—to the internet, to their devices, to social media platforms. 
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