Who are Micro-Influencers?
People Who have gathered an audience between 1000 to 10,00,000, and are known as professionals in their appropriate niche are referred to as micro-influencers. These individuals with loyal fanbase often produce a higher engagement rate and conversions.
The individuals could be experts in the field of food, travel, fashion, beauty, fitness – to name a few. Their content is tailored for their audience, and then added a touch of personal interaction, it is marketing gold. After all, their followers see themselves as their peers and not as fans, building a sense of support and trust.
Some examples of Micro Influencers:
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Now that we know who they are, how can these micro-influencers be macro for brands?
Collaborating with celebrities has become a luxury in the world of social media. One which only a few brands can afford, making micro-influencers the next best option. With their quality content and personal interaction, the influencers have managed to attract a large number of followers.
So why should you, as a brand, work with them?
Higher engagement and conversion rate
Micro-influencers interact with their followers via comments, likes, responses, etc., leading to a higher engagement rate. This makes them long-term brand advocates as they actively speak about the product/service.
If you’re a small company or are just setting your toes into influencer marketing, they are a safe bet.
They have original content and are affordable. And, since they’re affordable, you can cast a wider net and reach the maximum audience.
These influencers have varied interests, and their followers align with their interests.
Now that you know, how can you find the right influencers with good engagement for your brand?
Simple, through our www.Ig.viragram tool, Viragram’s IG calculator is designed to provide you the exact engagement of the particular Influencer, blogger or an opinion leader.
This tool accumulates stats from your social channel, such as the number of likes, comments and followers to give you an estimate of your potential earnings.
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