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Brands Use Kid Influencers To Maximize Marketing Efforts - Are You Kidding?
Major brands have revved their marketing engines as they race to the new kids on the block — kid influencers. Influencer marketing is nothing new, but the advent of social media marketing in the 2010s opened the door to influencers of all shapes and sizes. As the use of social media by kids and teens grew increasingly acceptable, it became possible for young people to emerge as powerful online influencers. Today, kid influencers pack a powerful marketing punch for many big-name brands.
Companies like Target, Band-Aid, and CoverGirl are turning to school-age stars to promote their products. To better understand how pint-sized influencers have caught the attention of corporate power-players, one must understand the history behind it.