Micro-Influencers Are More Effective With Marketing Campaigns Than Highly Popular Accounts

HelloSociety says engagement rates are 60% higher

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An influencer with a smaller but more loyal following might be the way to go for brand marketers looking to reach their target audience.

“Influencer marketing is still effective when they’re looked at as peers,” said Kyla Brennan, the founder and CEO of HelloSociety, an agency that connects brands with influencers for specific campaigns. “When it comes to celebrity accounts, who have maybe millions of followers nobody actually believes that a celebrity is a real fan of a product they’re trying to sell,” said Brennan.

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