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BrandGraph Reveals 34% Rebound In Influencer Marketing Industry Travel & Tourism Content

IZEA Worldwide, Inc., the premier provider of influencer marketing technology, data, and services for the world’s leading brands, published a brief today which provides its first public analysis of the influencer marketing industry within the travel and tourism industry since the outbreak of COVID-19. The industry brief is based on data surfaced by BrandGraph, IZEA’s proprietary social intelligence platform focused on the influencer marketing space. The platform is used to identify, compare, and contrast momentum across…

User-Generated Content on Instagram More Likely to Influence Consumers

When asked to compare user-generated versus branded social media content from popular brands such as Netflix, Aerie, and Starbucks, people are more likely to prefer user-generated content on Instagram, while branded content is more popular on YouTube and Twitter Consumers tend to prefer user-generated content (UGC) on Instagram over other social media platforms, according to a new survey from Visual Objects, a visual guide to finding and hiring the best creative firms. When asked to compare screenshots of a brand's UGC…

AspireIQ Meets Growing Demand for Pinterest Engagement With New Search Functionality

AspireiQ Empowers Brands to Combat Content Fatigue by Discovering Influencers and Running Campaigns on the Visual Discovery Engine AspireIQ, the leading influencer marketing platform for enterprise brands, released Pinterest Influencer Search, a solution that opens the door to brands focused on influencer marketing on Pinterest. Brands using this product can discover Pinterest influencers who align with their brand values, view Pinterest-specific engagement metrics, and engage those influencers in long-term relationships.…

Can Transparency Really Stop Fyre Burning Influencer Marketing?

The words “murky at best, and fraudulent at worst” still hang in the air over Influencer Marketing. Two years on from Mark Pritchard’s scathing speech on the state of affairs in digital advertising and it seems little has managed to move the needle as far as social media stars are concerned. This isn’t for want of trying. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) recently secured formal commitments from 16 celebrities, including Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, to ensure they clearly state if…