Real Lessons in Working with Digital Influencers - SXSW 2015 Workshop

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<ul><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Real Lessons in Working with Digital Influencers</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p> Interact a LOT. Ask tonnes of questions. Tell your own stories where applicable. Push back. Share! </p><p> Watch a LOT of Videos. We are mostly covering YouTube, but we can explore other platforms as well. Show and tell! </p><p> Absorb a LOT of information. My card is in your workbook. Feel free to reach out to me afterwards if any of it was unclear. </p><p> Have fun! I hope!</p><p>Today we will:</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p> WHY work with online influencers? </p><p> WHO are these influencers and what have they done to build their influence? </p><p> WHERE do we find them? </p><p> HOW do we make this work?</p><p>Schedule</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>work with digital influencers?</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>1. They are who the audience is paying attention to. </p><p>2. They are who the audience TRUSTS. </p><p>3. And yes, their audiences include non-Millennials, too!</p><p>3 Reasons to Work with Digital Influencers:</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/lilymonster/5994254131/ </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Some Stats (YouTube)</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Some Stats (Vine)</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Some Stats (Snapchat)</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Some Stats (Instagram)</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p> Marketing Magazine (UK) March 3, 2015 http://www.marketingmagazine.co.uk/article/1335724/five-marketing-lessons-generation-youtube </p><p>!YouTube celebrities work because their audience wants authentic perspective. "The danger for the celebrity is that endorsements compromise their perceived objectivity, which is at </p><p>the root of what initially made them popular," he argues. !</p><p>Continued reliance on pre-roll advertising and the slick commercialised 30-second spot fails to tap into the authenticity and immediacy the medium demands. To truly capitalise on this trend, brands should invest in creating their own content or partnering vloggers. </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>are some of these digital influencers?</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>A Few Areas of InfluenceGAMING DIY UNBOXING SKETCH COMEDY</p><p>VLOGGING ANIMATION MAKEUP PRANKS</p><p>FASHION &amp; STYLE HOME DECOR MUSIC COMEDY</p><p>AUTOMOTIVE FOOD &amp; COOKING TECHNOLOGY NEWS</p><p>TRAVEL SPORTS PARENTING PETS</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>A Few Platforms Youll Find Them On</p><p>TWITTER YOUTUBE VINE</p><p>SNAPCHAT INSTAGRAM BLOGS</p><p>FACEBOOK PINTEREST PODCASTS</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>YOUTUBE</p></li><li><p>GRACE HELBIG 2.1 million subscribers YouTube </p><p>900,000 followers Instagram 964,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>!Vlogger/Comedian </p><p>!Grace has been on YouTube since 2007, when she started her daily vlog. She is an actor and comedian, who has leveraged her YouTube fame to get acting gigs. Shes </p><p>worked with brands like St. Ives.</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/7484686814/ </p></li><li><p>LOUIS COLE 1.2 million subscribers YouTube </p><p>864,000 followers Instagram 590,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>!Travel/Adventure </p><p>Louis has been on YouTube since 2011, where he originally gained fame by eating awful things. In 2013, he switched gears to vlog his travel adventures.</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/14516278706/ </p></li><li><p>GLOZELL GREEN 3.4 million subscribers YouTube </p><p>196,300 followers Vine 745,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>!Comedy </p><p>Green started her YouTube channel in 2008 - mostly with song parodies and comedy sketches about her life. She interviewed Barack Obama after the State of the Union address this year.</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/14330314840/ </p></li><li><p>BETHANY MOTA 8.4 million subscribers YouTube 4.4 million followers Instagram 2,390,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>!Beauty/DIY/Fashion </p><p>Bethany started on YouTube in 2009 and since she rose to fame, shes done a clothing line for Aeropostale, been the face of CoverGirl, been on Dancing with the Stars, was a judge on Project Runway, and she also interviewed Obama post SOTU address. </p><p>She will be 20 this year.</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/14535022832/ </p></li><li><p>PEWDIEPIE (real name: Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg) </p><p>35 million subscribers YouTube 5.46 million followers on Twitter </p><p>5.4 million followers on Facebook !</p><p>Gamer !</p><p>Felix created his channel in 2010 and was the first channel to reach 15 million subscribers in 2013. He is known for his very colourful commentary (ie cussing) on his gaming videos. Hes moved into more vlogging and comedy as well as gaming. Hes </p><p>worked with a few brands (like Mountain Dew), but mostly works on his own. Its estimated he makes $4-6 million in ad </p><p>sales alone per year. </p></li><li><p>RYAN HIGA 13.9 million subscribers YouTube </p><p>1.6 million likes on Facebook 1.58 million followers on Twitter </p><p>!Comedy </p><p>Ryan has been on YouTube from very early days. His channel started in 2006. His channel was the first one to reach 3 million subscribers in 2010. </p></li><li><p>MKBHD (name: Marques Brownlee) </p><p>2.2 million subscribers YouTube 174,000 followers on Instagram </p><p>324,000 followers on Twitter !</p><p>Technology !</p><p>Marques started uploading videos in 2009. He is the most subscribed to in tech-based YouTube channels.</p></li><li><p>MELISSA MAKER (channel: CLEANMYSPACE) </p><p>245,000 subscribers YouTube 6,433 followers on Instagram </p><p>3,683 followers on Twitter !</p><p>Home Care !</p><p>Melissa started doing how-to cleaning videos in 2011 and is a great example of finding a passionate niche and really rocking it. Though her subscriber numbers </p><p>arent super high (compared to the biggies already listed), shes received over 20million views on her </p><p>videos.</p></li><li><p>MANJULA JAIN 222,300 subscribers YouTube </p><p>442 followers on Twitter 745,400 followers on Facebook </p><p>!Indian Cooking </p><p>!Manjula was an early adopter in 2008. She isnt the typical </p><p>YouTube creator - she has grandkids! Once again, a great example of a channel built on passion and persistence that has </p><p>done well over the years. These more niche channels (Manjulas videos have been viewed over 92 million times) are </p><p>important to pay attention to. There are more opportunities here than battling for the big guys.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>VINE</p></li><li><p>NASH GRIER 11.2 million followers Vine </p><p>4.3 million followers on Twitter 4.1 million followers on YouTube </p><p>!Comedy Sketches </p><p>!Nash shot to stardom on Vine in 2013, but has faced all sorts of controversy around his use of homophobic and sexist slurs in Vines. In 2014, Aeropostale, who had partnered with Grier, </p><p>got all sorts of pressure from teens to drop him.</p></li><li><p>EHBEE FAMILY 1.4 million followers Vine </p><p>35,000 followers on YouTube 30,000 avg views Snapchat </p><p>!Comedy Sketches </p><p>!Great family humour that grew on Vine since 2013. Theyve worked with Disney, </p><p>Dignity Health, Regal Cinemas, Nordstrom and Toyota.</p></li><li><p>US THE DUO 4.5 million followers Vine </p><p>396,000 followers on Instagram 149,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>!Music </p><p>!A lovely couple with a wonderful story. Theyve been together for three years and became famous on Vine after their </p><p>#6secondcovers went viral. Theyve now gotten married and released an album.</p></li><li><p>AMYMARIE GAERTNER 3.6 million followers Vine </p><p>274,700 subscribers on YouTube 81,000 followers on Twitter </p><p>699,000 followers on Instagram !</p><p>Dance !</p><p>Amymarie is a self-taught dancer and choreographer who shot to fame with Vine in 2014. She also posts adorable Vines of her dog, </p><p>Ginger.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>SNAPCHAT</p></li><li><p>CASEY NEISTAT 506,000 Subscribers on YouTube </p><p>76,500 followers on Twitter 228,000 followers on Instagram </p><p>!Filmmaker/Activist </p><p>!Casey has been very omni-channel over the years. He first gained </p><p>fame in 2003 with a film called iPods Dirty Little Secret, then with a popular video on the New York Bike lanes in 2011. Hes done </p><p>videos with Nike (Make It Count), Mercedes-Benz and J.Crew. He is prolific on Snapchat now.</p></li><li><p>DASHA BATTELLE !</p><p>Artist !</p><p>Dasha creates what she calls SnapArt, drawing pictures with her finger and the rudimentary Snapchat tools. She works for Mashable on the visual storytelling team.</p></li><li><p>JEROME JARRE 8.1 million followers on Vine </p><p>1.15 million followers on Twitter 913,000 subscribers on YouTube </p><p>!Pranks/Comedy/Inspiration </p><p>Its hard to classify Jerome. Hes prolific on Vine and on Snapchatas well as YouTube. His message is about fun and positivity and he recently did a prank where he turned down a million dollar brand deal (brand unnamed). Hes now raising money to </p><p>support other creators in their endeavours. He is thought to be the first Snapchat celebrity.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Power Influencers</p><p>Influencers</p><p>Social Enthusiasts</p><p>Fans</p><p>Big audience with lots of clout. Celebrity status. Depending on the network, could be &gt;100k or &gt;1M engaged followers. Creating content is their full-time job.</p><p>Great, engaged audience. Most likely has closer relationships with followers (answers tweets and comments). They may still have a day job. These are great people to get to know before they get really big!</p><p>They follow lots of influencers and interact on a regular basis. They are looking to become Influencers one day. Dont ignore these onesyou never know who follows back or how they will grow their own audiences over time!</p><p>The bulk of people on social networks just want to interact with their friends, but they still really love it when a brand they love interacts with them.</p></li><li><p>The are emotionally raw. emotional arousal</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Emotional Rawness Example</p><p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3K0CJ8usPU </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>The Theory of Emotional Arousal</p><p>Adapted from Jonah Bergers studies in Contagious: Why Things Catch On</p><p>Emotional arousal is a state of heightened physiological activity. High-arousal emotions include joy, anger, fear, surprise, awe and </p><p>distress. Positive high-arousal emotions incite us to share.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>High Arousal vs Low ArousalHIGH AROUSAL LOW AROUSAL</p><p>+</p><p>Awe, Joy, Love, Excitement, Humor, Hope, Giddiness, </p><p>Inspiration, Surprise (happy), Obsession</p><p>Contentment, Relaxation, Calmness, </p><p>Satisfaction</p><p>-</p><p>Fear, Distress, Anger, Anxiety, Disgust, </p><p>Tension, Frustration, Alarm, Annoyance</p><p>Depression, Sadness, Loss, Pity, Boredom, </p><p>Gloom</p><p>!Though sad moments are shared by Digital Influencers, the moments are shared to give hope and inspiration to their audience. </p><p>Though sharing their sexual orientation was emotional for the twins, the outcome was incredibly positive. </p></li><li><p>The are accessible. fuelling of mimetic desire</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/clintus/9481451788/ </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Mimetic Desire (theory by Ren Girard)</p><p>The theory of mimetic desire says that we do not desire things directly for ourselves in a linear fashion, but rather we desire </p><p>objects because someone else desires that object.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>How Mimetic Desire WorksIm just like youI was bullied and lost. Im silly and imperfect! Now look at where I am! You can do it, </p><p>too!</p><p>OMG! We love you, Bethany! You are so inspirational! We want to be JUST like you! We want to dress like you, eat like youBE you!</p><p>!Because Bethany and her kin are just normal kids </p><p>that followed their passions - exposing warts and all - other </p><p>normal kids see themselves reflected and are motivated to follow </p><p>the same path. </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Even Traditional Celebrities Are Doing It </p><p>!Traditionally, celebrities had a polished, </p><p>perfect image. The growth of democratized media has shifted the desire for the audience. </p><p>Now we want to see imperfection. It is in a moment of human frailty that we see ourselves </p><p>and feel that we have something in common. </p></li><li><p>They put their audience first. empowerment &amp; sense of community</p><p>http://www.fastcompany.com/3033832/the-art-of-selling-the-brand-of-you-on-youtube </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p> Marvin Weisbord, author of Productive Workplaces: Organizing and Managing for Dignity, Meaning and Community</p><p>How to build a community: !</p><p>People support what they help to create.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>!Start small. Content creators dont need tons of money or fancy equipment to develop big viewership. They need to cultivate a connection and then build from there. Its as though </p><p>successful YouTube content creators have intuitively or perhaps out of necessity built their brands and businesses on the premise that you need to lead with a minimum viable product and the development of your community of customers, culled from the audience you attract, to have </p><p>a better chance of being sustainable. </p><p> Rock on Ink Magazine</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>do I find them?</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Finding the right influencer is crucial to the success of your campaign. There are a few tools available and a process to help you pick the right one. Here are the steps: </p><p>1. Define your goals </p><p>2. Figure out your audience </p><p>3. Research the space </p><p>4. Narrow the options </p><p>5. Reach out</p><p>Finding the Right Influencer</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/f-oxymoron/5005673112/ </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Are you trying to: </p><p>build awareness? </p><p>seem popular? </p><p>seed high profile reviews? </p><p>build relationships? </p><p>sell a product or a service? </p><p>other? or all of the above?</p><p>Defining Your Campaign Goals</p></li><li><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/kimli/1879624559/ </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>ADVOCACYRETENTIONEXPERIENCEPURCHASECONSIDER</p><p>Audience Awareness Stages</p><p>AWARE RESEARCH</p><p>This is where influencer marketing is AWESOME. You should use other tactics here.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Best Way to Set Up Your Program?</p><p>manually</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>WHY Manual Setup?ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES</p><p>You own the relationships It takes a lot of time</p><p>You understand the community (both the customer + influencer) </p><p>It saves you money </p><p>You get the jump on emerging influencers </p><p>You could learn some tricks of the trade </p><p>Its hella fun </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Database Example: highrise</p><p>https://highrisehq.com/ </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Figure Out Your Audience</p><p>To understand who influences them, you need to know more about your audience: !</p><p>Who are they? (demographics) !</p><p>Where do they hang out online? (online behaviour) !</p><p>What are their interests? (psychographics)</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Figure Out Your Audience</p><p>HINT: If you dont already have data about your audience, take a look at data on your competition or proxies. You wont want to copy them, but you can learn from them.</p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Tools: Audience Research</p><p>http://www.twtrland.com </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Tools: Audience Research</p><p>http://www.statsocial.com </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue | Tara Hunt | TOTEM.TC | </p><p>Tools: Audience Research</p><p>http://www.facebook.com/search </p></li><li><p> | @missrogue...</p></li></ul>