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Not Just For Fans: VidCon From A Marketer’s Perspective

Not Just For Fans: VidCon From A Marketer’s Perspective

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The Biggest & Best VidCon Opportunities For Marketers

VidCon may be best known as a fan conference full of young people hoping to meet their favorite creators IRL, but for marketers and industry professionals, it’s so much more. With an estimated 30,000 people in attendance, VidCon 2017 was bigger than ever. Fans, creators, and industry experts met at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA, for the biggest event in online video content.

The VidCon experience is divided up into three tracks: Community, Creator, and Industry. Each track has an agenda full of specific panels, discussions, workshops, masterclasses, and keynotes tailored to its attendees' interests and needs. The Community track is largely targeted toward fans, Creator toward talent and aspiring talent, and Industry toward professionals and experts looking to learn more about the online video industry and make powerful connections.

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The Truth About VidCon: What To Know Before Attending

The Truth About VidCon: What To Know Before Attending

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Attending VidCon? Here's What You Should Know Before Heading To Anaheim

Every year, thousands of fans, creators, and marketing industry professionals descend upon the Anaheim Convention Center to attend VidCon, the eminent conference for online video. The conference has been held annually since 2010 and it’s grown dramatically as video’s become a dominant force in the world of online content. VidCon brings together all of the integral parts of online video in one place, and it’s a valuable staple in the digital media industry.

It’s among the best conferences for marketers interested in influencer marketing and gives creators, brands, and marketers a chance to learn more about the present and future of the industry, the business of online content, the art of building real connections with consumers through digital media, and the value of communicating with audiences authentically. With opportunities to observe and engage with audiences and influencers, VidCon is a must-attend opportunity for those looking to take their work in online video to the next level.

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Breaking Down The FTC Letters Sent To Over 90 Celebs, Influencers, & Brands

Breaking Down The FTC Letters Sent To Over 90 Celebs, Influencers, & Brands

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A Closer Look At The FTC Letters Sent To 90 Celebs, Brands, & Influencers Who Violated Endorsement Guidelines

In April, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent letters to more than 90 celebrities, influencers, and brands reminding them of the FTC’s endorsement and disclosure regulations. Though enforcement has been erratic, the FTC has long been aware of the problems of influencers and celebrities failing to properly disclose sponsored content on their social media channels.

In the past, the FTC has filed complaints against large companies like Lord & Taylor, Sony, and Warner Bros. for social media and digital advertising disclosure violations, but it’s increased its focus on influencers in recent months. In sending out notices, the FTC may be indicating that it’s going to be paying closer attention to influencer posts (and maybe even holding influencers accountable). We’re breaking down the letter that was sent to influencers to get a better understand of what the FTC explained to influencers and how things may or may not change as a result.

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Guide: The Pros & Cons Of Marketing With Micro Influencers

Guide: The Pros & Cons Of Marketing With Micro Influencers

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The Pros And Cons Of Using Micro Influencers For Influencer Marketing

As influencer marketing gains momentum, more companies are getting involved. Influencer marketing is forecasted to become a $5-10 billion industry (and the Instagram influencer market alone is projected to be over $1 billion in 2017), which means that brands are investing into influencer marketing en masse.

In the early days of influencer marketing, brands worked with the largest influencers to reach the largest audiences, but things are changing. The term “micro influencers” is at the center of more and more conversations about influencer marketing, and it’s stirring up debate.

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Why VidCon 2017 Is A Must For Advertisers

Why VidCon 2017 Is A Must For Advertisers

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VidCon Is A Powerful Must-Attend Opportunity For Marketers To Connect With Creators And Communities

VidCon has been bringing together creators, fans, organizations, and brands since 2010. The conference, held every year in Anaheim, California, is a gathering of creatives and enthusiasts centered around meet-ups, panels, workshops, and social events. It’s also one of the biggest opportunities for advertisers to experience the booming digital and social media marketing industry firsthand.

VidCon attendees are catalyzing a major change in celebrity, entertainment, and marketing. To millions of fans (many of them part of coveted younger demographics), today's biggest stars aren’t traditional celebrities, but emerging talent using digital platforms. The creators at VidCon are creating some of the most impactful content, and if advertisers want to be a part of the next wave of effective, relevant content, VidCon is the place to be.

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Reviewing Popular Pays’ Influencer Marketing Platform

Reviewing Popular Pays’ Influencer Marketing Platform

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Popular Pays Review: Pros & Cons Of The Influencer Marketing Platform For Brands & Creators

The last few years have seen an explosion of growth in influencer marketing, and Mediakix forecasts that influencer marketing will become a $5-10 billion market within the next several years. It’s no surprise that an ecosystem of companies and services have emerged to bolster the growing industry. Influencer marketing platforms, like Popular Pays, are one part of that burgeoning ecosystem.

Popular Pays launched in 2013 and provides brands with a platform to work with influencers and build campaigns. Designed to help brands connect with influencers that align with their brand ideals and match their campaign goals, Popular Pays looks to enlist influencers and content creators onto the platform to enable brands to work with and pay influencers to promote their brand or product. The Popular Pays platform is a tool that allows brands to post campaigns and initiatives, communicate with influencers, build and manage campaigns, and pay influencers.

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What Is #Sponstagram And What’s In Store For Influencer Marketing On Instagram?

What Is #Sponstagram And What’s In Store For Influencer Marketing On Instagram?

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#Sponstagram Is Changing The Marketing Landscape, But FTC Violations Are Changing Its Course

Sponsored content on Instagram is becoming as commonplace as brunch pics. Instagram has seen massive growth in the last year, adding over 200 million users and launching Instagram Stories, a Snapchat-like feature that, on its own, outscores Snapchat in daily active users. Going hand-in-hand with Instagram’s growth, the influencer marketing industry on Instagram has seen major gains.

Influencer marketing on Instagram alone will be a $1 billion industry in 2017 and is projected to increase to over $2 billion by 2019. Sponsored posts on Instagram, or #Sponstagram, is a major (and growing) phenomenon, which may lead to more regulation and monitoring from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and from Instagram itself.

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Will Celebs And Influencers Use Instagram’s New Paid Partnership Tag?

Will Celebs And Influencers Use Instagram’s New Paid Partnership Tag?

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Instagram Is Adding A Paid Disclosure Tag, But Will Influencers Use It?

Influencer marketing is a $1 billion industry on Instagram, but improper disclosure of sponsored content on the platform is a huge problem and Instagram is finally taking steps to remedy it. The company announced that it’s introducing a new tool to help brands and influencers more clearly disclose paid posts and content.

With the introduction of the Snapchat-like Instagram Stories feature, the platform has been drawing in new users and adding over 200 million users in just under a year. Instagram’s incredible growth means that protecting the health of its community is more important than ever, and that’s part of the motivation behind the new tool. Transparency is key to maintaining trust in the relationship between creators and fans. A community that becomes overrun with sponsored posts that aren’t properly disclosed — intentionally or not — erodes the sense of authenticity that’s central to Instagram's success.

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How To Do Cause Marketing Right With Influencers

How To Do Cause Marketing Right With Influencers

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What Marketers Can Learn From Top Examples of Cause Marketing With Influencers

Influencer marketing has seen rapid expansion in the last few years. It began as a marketing experiment when brands partnered with the biggest social media stars to promote their brands and products, but now it’s a full-fledged industry that’s worth over $1 billion on Instagram alone. The world’s largest and most intrepid brands are using influencer marketing and partnering with major charities to associate themselves with good causes.

With 87% of customers willing to switch from one brand to another based solely on association with a good cause, social and environmental responsibility is a priority for consumers. Marketing and advertising efforts are more effective when brands partner with causes, too — 95% of respondents in a survey of college students said that they were less likely to skip a brand’s ad if it was promoting a partnership with a cause.

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What Marketers Should Be Aware Of When Marketing With Micro Influencers

What Marketers Should Be Aware Of When Marketing With Micro Influencers

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Beware Of These Key Aspects When Marketing With Micro Influencers

The influencer marketing landscape has undergone dramatic changes in the last few years. Most of the world’s top brands use some form of influencer marketing, and their influencer marketing tactics have permanently changed the industry. Some brands are now working with micro influencers instead of or in addition to the biggest influencers on social media.

Micro influencers are known for being less expensive and having higher engagement on their social media channels, but marketers aren’t always seeing the returns they expect from their micro influencer efforts. It’s left many skeptical about the efficacy of micro influencers, even as the industry continues to grow. This is what marketers need to know about micro influencers.

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