The Average American Often Can't Relate to Influencers. This Omaha Agency Wants to Fix That

Bailey Lauerman seeks to fill the gap outside of major markets

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For the most part, there is a perception about influencers. On one hand, they can be considered a valuable marketing channel—essentially word of mouth on digital platforms. On the other, there is all manner of potential pitfalls in the still-emerging space ranging from bots and fake followers to flat-out fraud, not to mention the ridicule from time to time.

All told, though, the influencer space, with all of its perceived chaos, shows no signs of slowing.

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