Prolific Training – Working with InfluencersDate: 19/03/2019
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Venue: Intermarketing Agency
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This course is for marketers who specifically want to work with different types of influencers. The course will help marketers to identify the right (and the wrong) types of influencers for their brand, understand best practice for contacting them and ensuring a mutually beneficial relationship to start generating accurate reports on influencer activity.
Course material includes:
- Types of influencers (social media stars, bloggers, vloggers, celebrities
- How to find the right influencers to match brand proposition and messaging
- Why you should use influencers (what kinds of campaigns they can get involved with)
- Tips on approaching influencers in the right way
- Good and bad examples of influencer marketing/relations
- Staying on the right side of the law and Google guidelines
- Integrating influencer activity with other channels
- Reporting on influencer marketing
- Finding natural influencer mentions and endorsements and how to amplify this
- You will be able to develop relevant value propositions and identify products, services and offerings that customers actually want
- You will be able to develop marketing comms that actually promote your products, services and offerings to an audience looking for them
The structure of the day is as follows:
- Overview of VPD Process
- The place of value proposition design in business models
- Customer Jobs, pains and gains
- Where jobs, pains and gains insight comes from in behaviours, location and psychographic information
- PSOs, pain relievers and gain creators
- Identifying gaps
- Writing VPD statements
- Using VPD statements in marketing comms
Laura Crimmons, Founder, Silverthorn
Laura is the Founder of Silverthorn, a PR, Social & Content agency that sparks conversations and engagement to get brands talked about in all the right places.
She won PR Moment’s Young Professional of the Year 2017, was named in The Drum’s 2018 and 2017 50 Women in Digital Under 30 and was shortlisted for the CIPR’s Outstanding Young Communicator 2017.
Laura has led campaigns that have gained coverage by top international publishers such as BBC, Mashable, Daily Mail and many more.
Laura is a regular trainer and speaker at industry events such as PRmoment, aINBOUND2017, Learn Inbound, UnGagged Vegas, Yoastcon, SMX München and BrightonSEO, where she has delivered the link building/Digital PR training since 2013.