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Molly Tracy & Jess Keys on Winfluence

The Talent–Talent Manager Relationship

As you know here on Winfluence, we spend a good deal of time talking to influencers and content creators. We also have had the chance to dive into the talent management side of the industry and see the space from the angle of someone who is mindful of the creator’s business and the brand’s needs …

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Jason Falls on Influencer Discovery

The Challenges of Good Influencer Discovery

Without question, the number one issue that brands and agencies have in the influencer marketing space is simply finding the right influencers to use for a campaign. While that might seem like a simple solution to solve for (there’s a whole industry of software companies with search algorithms meant to do so), typing a few …

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Brittani Kagan on Winfluence

Working with Celebrities and Celebrity Influencers for Original and Branded Content

My definition of an influencer is anyone who can motivate an audience to take action. Now, that’s a very broad definition. In fact, anyone can be an influencer (or more accurately, influential) under those criteria.  But when it comes to differentiating between influencers, we have to split hairs. And one category where my hair-splitting axe …

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Joshua DuBois on Winfluence

Finding Influence, Not Influencers, Within Diverse Communities

Can you think of a brand that has done something in marketing in the last few years, not just with influencers, but marketing overall, and they’ve immediately had to put out the fires of a PR crisis because their campaign was culturally insensitive?  I mean, how can you not think of a few. From L’Oreal …

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Rob and Kennedy on Winfluence

Everything Influencers Need to Know About Email Marketing

Too many content creators and influencers are building their homes on borrowed ground. And someday, the landlord may well swoop in and hand them an eviction notice.  That analogy is actually a toned down version of reality, though. When an influencer or content creator puts all their content on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube or Facebook, they’re …

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Chris Gibson on Winfluence

The Best Advice for Influencers From An Experienced Influencer

When you have the opportunity to learn from a seasoned professional, you should always take it. When I found out I could get Chris Gibson on the line to pick his brain as it were about being an online content creator, an influencer who has created a career over the last 15-plus years doing that …

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Pete Kennedy on Winfluence

A Frank Discussion About The Influence Marketing Software Landscape

I’ve been working with and tinkering around on social media software, including influencer marketing platforms, for the better part of 20 years. I started cutting my teeth on content management platforms, social media management platforms … then in the late 2000s and early 2010s, I became somewhat established as having a degree of expertise with …

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Own It Podcast

Presenting Own It: A Podcast Aimed at Closing The Ad Agency Gender Gap

This shouldn’t come as a surprise to you, but I have a day job. At Cornett. It’s an ad agency. And I love it there. What may come as a surprise to you is Christy Hiler, the owner at Cornett, is very rare in the ad business. And by that, I mean less than one …

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Joseph Jaffe on Winfluence

The Alpha Collective is One Ticket to Web 3.0 Success

I waxed poetic a couple of weeks back about the Metaverse. It is part of the larger grouping of new technologies and opportunities that fall under the umbrella of Web 3.0. The Metaverse, which is largely virtual worlds, is all about experiences.  Then you have crypto currency, which my best explanation of is the coins …

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Public Speakers are influencers

Public Speakers are Influencers. Here’s How to Find the Right Ones.

I attended my first in-real-life conference last week. Social Media Marketing World happened with actual, physical people in an actual physical place – the San Diego Convention Center – and mostly without masks, though the hugs and enthusiastic closeness is still faint compared to what they once were. Ironically enough, the buzz was all about …

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Angelina Ly on Winfluence

The Teenage Slime Queen Turned Successful Entrepreneur

About three or four years ago my daughter Katie came home with a gallon jug of borax and another of Elmer’s glue and announced she was going to make slime. As you can imagine, I was more than thrilled to have a 10-year-old playing with chemicals and food coloring all over my house.  But she …

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Kids and the creator economy

An Event to Help Your Child Become a Creator

It shouldn’t surprise you that three times more children ages 8-12 want to be YouTubers than Astronauts. But there’s a good chance your child’s STEM program doesn’t yet account for the reality of the Creator Economy? My pal T. Adeola is solving for this with the first ever Creator Camp by STEM Whisperers. There are …

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Irina Shames on Winfluence

The Opportunity & Nuances of Gamers as Influencers

How many of you would call yourselves a gamer? Well, if you play Wordle, you’re a gamer. If you got sucked into Angry Birds, Candy Crush, or Trivia Crack … gamers all.  I have 3-4 games I have on my phone to pass time waiting at a doctor’s office, or to watch while I sit …

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The Grill Dads on Winfluence

Cooking Up Great Content With The Grill Dads

Many of you know I host another podcast on the Marketing Podcast Network called Digging Deeper. Occasionally on that show, we interview someone that has a perspective or focus on something that either is, or is related closely to influencer marketing. When we do, I like to share that interview here as well. Why not …

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Jason Falls on the Metaverse for brands and influencers

What Brands & Influencers Need to Know About the Metaverse

The Metaverse has been on the top of minds and conversations of most people in the marketing space in the last few months. Ever since Mark Zuckerberg and Meta, ne’ Facebook, went all-in on VR to inflate stock prices because they had Oculus headsets to sell now, this seemingly new virtual world as a consumer …

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