Influencer marketing is no longer a hype, but an integral part of a communication strategy for many companies. The reason is simple: Influencers are revered as idols and thus influence their followers. A business’ goal is clear: With influencers, they want to increase their own brand perception and reach new target groups — just think of the campaigns from established companies like Adidas with Kendall Jenner.
But beyond such top influencers, micro-influencers also represent an alternative as an advertising medium. Such a person does not have to have a million followers to be influential, as micro-influencer marketing proves. Using first use cases, we’ll take a close look at this new phenomenon.