Are you among the 50 percent of marketers in the US with past-year experience with influencer marketing campaigns? According to the 2017 State of the Creator Economy study (SOCE), influencer marketing is getting bigger and better. The report found 1 in 3 marketers surveyed are now dedicating over $500,000 a year for influencer marketing; up 25% from the previous study. But with so much time, effort and resources being put toward influencer marketing, marketers are often left wondering how to fulfill influencer marketing campaigns.
The good news is, we’re here to help!
4 Ways To Fulfill Influencer Marketing Campaigns Webinar
Slated for Wednesday, September 20, at 2 pm (EST), the webinar will cover the multiple ways to fulfill influencer marketing campaigns. Attendees will learn:
- 4 methods used to fulfill influencer marketing campaigns
- How to decide which method is right for your business
- What the pros, cons and relative costs are associated with each method
- How to maximize your time and spend when running influencer marketing campaigns
Ryan Schram, COO, IZEA
Ryan Schram is a proven executive leader with a cross-functional background in operations, marketing communications, sales, corporate business development, and strategic planning. His established track record of cultivating growth, efficiency and profitability across marketing, media, and advertising technology-focused organizations warranted him a spot on DBusiness’ 30 in Their Thirties.
James Michalak, Director of Business Development, IZEA
James Michalak leads IZEA’s Software As A Service and Business Development initiatives. As the mind behind some of IZEA’s newest offerings, James provides subject matter expertise and works to define and refine the corporate SaaS business model. His team of Account Executives and Partner Strategists are an information hub within IZEA and he works closely to integrate with the company’s Client Development, Engineering, and Customer Love departments.
So, have the budget for influencer marketing and your company is itching to go forward with it? Or, are you not sure where to start when it comes to putting together your campaign? Wondering what the next steps are?