Influencer Marketing Quotes of the Week

“[T]the importance of audience measurement and data for influencer marketing is the same as that to television, radio or digital marketing. This data is key to matching the message, the product, service or brand, to the correct audience, in hopes of influencing consumer behavior within that audience.” – Craig Rennick (@craigrennick), The Importance of Influencer […]

Influencer Marketing Quotes of the Week

There must have been something in the water this week. From new posts by Amanda Maksymiw, Philip Sheldrake, Mark Schaefer, and John Eaton, to Crowdtap’s white paper on peer influence and hot infographic, to Q&A’s with Ed Keller and Pierre-Loïc Assayag, to FIR Live’s great video panel on influencer marketing (the list goes on), it was an […]

Influencer Marketing Quotes of the Week

“Understanding what influencer’s want, whether that be affiliation with a known brand, the opportunity for traffic and exposure, or great content – and aligning it with the interests of a brand: affiliation with a credible third party, access to an influencer’s audience and great content, allows for brand-Influencer Co-Creation. It is a necessary and positive […]

Q&A with the Review: Philip Sheldrake, Author of “The Business of Influence”

This is the third installment of our ‘Q&A with the Review’ series in which we talk with prominent members of the influencer marketing community about their work and thoughts on the industry. Amanda Maksymiw and Duncan Brown helped us get the series started, and now we’re grateful that Philip Sheldrake, author of The Business of […]

Influencer Marketing Quotes of the Week

This is the first installment of what will be a weekly selection of the best quotes about influence & influencer marketing from the previous week. (Click picture for author bio/homepage.) “There’s a massive difference between influencers and celebrities. … Celebrities can give you a spike of awareness (journalists the same). But they’re not interested once it’s […]

Philip Sheldrake: The complexity of influence is a challenge – and an opportunity

If media is interesting because it facilitates communication, whether that communication is mediated or disintermediated, then communication is most interesting when it facilitates influence. You have been influenced when you think something you wouldn’t otherwise have thought, or do something you wouldn’t otherwise have done. Simple as, although you wouldn’t think it now that influence […]