Group-230@2x
Path-885@2x
pink-triangle
red-half-triangle
smal-pink-ogti
big-yelow-ogti-295×300
redline
yelow-ogti
The Social Media Influencer Guide

If you work in social media, I can almost guarantee that you flinch at the mention of the word ‘influencer.’ More like influenza, right? (Ha ha.)

Lesbihonest here…

Most ‘influencers’ will influence you about as much as a vegan who recommends a meaty dinner. Nooot much! So, in an effort to ‘be more influenced,’ and from the perspective of a community manager, I put together a little guide on how I’d like influencers to work their charm.

A few pointers (because OBVS you’re going to read the guide):

  • Let’s speak English, ok? ‘Waw dis plce us bUtiful’ is not ok. Sure, your fans may be accustomed to some vernac (that’s what the kids say?), but readability is KEY.
  • Show me pretty pictures! Yes, I’m being superficial, but tweeting about your gorgeous Mauritian holiday without showing me your gorgeous Mauritian holiday is pointless.
  • EASY on those emoji, tiger; let’s limit them to 3 per post.? ? ? ?

My guide offers a few more tips, AND it’s pretty! ?

Here’s the super-easy-to-download PDF to help you, the influencer, be a little less influenza.

Related Articles

A Strategist in the Making
A Digital Strategist determines the best way to use the internet according to your client’s objectives. They’re a mix of innovative, creative, and tech-savvy individuals who are naturally curious and highly proactive.
Why do brands need PR?
Thanks to social media & the current global climate, consumers, now more than ever, expect the brands to take a stance on societal & morality topics, particularly issues revolving around gender, race & legislative transformation.
Why Your Business Can’t Afford To Not Be On Social Media
The list of reasons as to why your business needs a social presence are endless. It has become an essential part to any modern-day business. Especially in the midst of a global pandemic, where your next customer is stuck at home online, right now. With that in mind, let’s narrow it down and highlight some of the key benefits social media can add to your business.
What makes a good UX design?
User experience as a concept has been around for decades – some say that it started when Henry Ford set out to make human labour more efficient and productive. You can find traces of user experience thinking all over the world, in disciplines like urban planning, for example, from the aesthetic considerations all the way through to how you push or pull on a door.

We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our site. To find out more see our Cookie Policy. By Continuing to use our website without changing the settings, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.