For many months now, TikTok has become the darling of the American public, logging more than 315 million installs in the first quarter of 2020 – not to mention the millions of installs since the initiation of mandated lockdowns. Many companies have tried to reach large follower bases on TikTok by paying creators to use specific songs, wear branded clothing, and directly promote products in their videos, but President Trump has issued an executive order banning the app in the US unless it is bought out by an American company. So, what happens to the community now that the platform may be disappearing in just a short month?
“Influencer Marketing” is as hot a buzzword as “Big Data” became a few years ago. It’s not just for Kardashians anymore; anyone with the right follower count has a shot of making a career out […]
As the use of influencer marketing continues to grow, there are several trends to expect in 2017.