How to Create Influential Content for Brand Marketing

Social media influencers are people who have influential social media platforms with large followings. Brands like to work with influencers to build connections with their target audience, drive engagement, and build brand awareness. As an influencer, it could help boost your profile, and your bottom line, to partner with brands. 

However, when connecting with brands, it is important to find a good fit. You will want to work with brands that meld with your values and speak to your existing audience. Here, we review some of the best tips for how to work with brands by merging brand guidelines and style to create content that your followers will be interested in.

Research and Understand the Influencer Landscape

If you want to be able to create influential content for brand marketing, you will first need to gain a better understanding of what kinds of influencers are out there and who their audiences are. Do your research and look at how influencers within your niche partner with brands and shape their messaging. Having a coherent, detailed sense of the existing influencer landscape will help you get a better sense of how brands are looking to partner with influencers with relevant platforms, values, and outlooks.

Work With an Influencer Marketing Service to Find the Right Brands

An influencer marketing service can act as the middleman, connecting influencers and brands and taking a lot of the work out of the search for brands that make a good fit. Working with such a service will also help to minimize how much work you need to do to ensure that your content is a good fit. Additionally, a marketing service will also facilitate your collaboration with the brand and payment.

Speak Authoritatively By Doing the Research

Your audience is more likely to find your content authentic, and to be affected by what you have to say, if you can demonstrate that you have first-hand experience with the product. Post pictures of yourself with a brand or post product reviews to demonstrate that you know a lot about the product and have actually used it. Many brands provide influencers with free samples or experiences in order to facilitate this kind of research. Doing the research will allow you to gain the trust of your audience.

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Look for a Consistent Tone and Feel

As an influencer, you will need to produce content that has a look and feel that is complimentary to your brand partner’s style and values. This will ensure that the sponsored brand content maintains a seamless feel for the audience, and that it is presented in a way that is appropriate, instead of coming across as inauthentic. For instance, many Instagram users have highly identifiable photography styles that will work better with certain kinds of brands.

Look Out for Sponsorship Saturation

Influencers who are constantly posting sponsored posts will quickly lose trust with their audience. Make sure to intersperse any branded posts with plenty of un-sponsored posts.

Finding the right fit between your audience and brands can help ensure that your content is reaching the right people and really resonating with them.



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