This past Thursday, The Queen of England made a post on Instagram for the first time ever. In true royal fashion, the Queen approached a podium and clicked “post” on a ready-to-post photo of a letter that was sent to her great-grandfather over a century.Read More
Instagram influencer Meghan Young shares some of her secrets on how she’s able to earn close to $100,000 annually by hiking mountains around the world. Young reports that she charges up to $1,500 for a single post on her page.Read More
Influencers across various industries are sharing what it takes to design a bedroom that is not only “Instagram-worthy” but also something that makes them feel cozy when they’re spending time in their rooms. Some individuals have hired designs, others have dragged their significant others into the process, while others have jumped into the unknown world of interior decor and surprised themselves in a big way.Read More
Shay M. Lawson is an intellectual property attorney who is focused on protecting people’s passions (and profit) through copyrights, trademarks, and contract laws.
“The biggest mistake I see creatives making is assuming they’re ‘too small’ to be stolen from or copied,” says Lawson.
Shay also has a passion for making lasting, social changes in the entertainment industry. Read more about what she is doing to help influencers —>Read More
Government agencies are now looking to influencers to help with their marketing. Although it is not common practice yet, there are a few things these agencies are looking for in an individual. Here are 5 strategies that will help develop the ideal strategy to work with government agencies:
Understand Your Objectives
Use Social Listening to Find Influencers
Paid vs. Volunteer Influencers
Follow Best Practices
Nurture Your Influencer Community