• Influencer marketing is impacting the real estate industry
  • A new TikTok feature
  • More brands are spending on influencer marketing than before
  • Podcast: In conversation with Kirsten Wiggill, Social Lead at Mediacom South Africa

Influencer marketing is impacting the real estate industry

Buying a home is a big decision and it’s not only about square meterage, the neighbourhood or the price tag that comes with it. Choosing a home is choosing where to make memories for the next decade, if not longer, choosing a haven from the outside world. The new generation of home buyers are looking for much more than just a viewing from a real estate agent and because of this many are turning to doing things a little differently. This is where the real estate influencer comes in. Their goal is to give their audiences a feel for the location and home from an insider’s perspective. These influencers are the locals in the neighbourhood.

Niche influencer marketing has been on the rise and it makes sense that consumers want the opinions from those whose already experienced a service or used a product, and in this case, lives in the neighbourhood.

Read the article here.

TikTok is now rolling out its Snapchat-style stories to more users

TikTok is following in the footsteps of other social media platforms by testing the option to post Stories. As with others, these Stories will disappear after 24 hours. The only difference, and perhaps a bad decision on their side, is the absence of a scrolling bar to view the Stories of those who users follow.

Read the story here.

More brands are spending on influencer marketing than before

CreatorIQ’s and Tribe Dynamics survey shows that 66% of brands spent more on creator marketing in past year; and that 52% noted that their creator marketing teams have expanded to support this growing trend. Brands are increasingly shifting budgets to creator-driven marketing campaigns. The trend is not only international, but we’ve seen similar shifts in the local South African market. Brands are taking influencer marketing seriously and witnessing the impact it can have on business objectives.

Read the article here.

Podcast: In conversation with Kirsten Wiggill, Social Lead at Mediacom South Africa

In this episode we’re in conversation with Kirsten Wiggill, Social Lead at Mediacom South Africa. She’s an experienced head of department with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry. Skilled in Digital Strategy, Corporate Communications, Digital Marketing, Social Media, and Integrated Marketing.

Grab a coffee and listen as we discuss:

    • The evolution from when social media was a nice-to-have to a need-to-have
    • Influencer marketing: from only attending events and blogging; to it being a media channel now
    • The 3 elements that guide her influencer marketing approach

Listen to more episodes here.

We are Nfluential…

Nfluential is an influencer marketing strategy boutique agency that focuses on creating ‘road maps’ for influencer campaigns. If you don’t know what success looks like for your campaign, how would you know you achieved it? We also offer education sessions on the industry.

Get in touch:
anne@nfluential.co.za
+2772 412 4749

Share this post on social media...
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin
Share on Facebook
Facebook
nfluentialsaLogo

Subscribe and receive the South African Social Media Behavioural Change During COVID-19 lockdown survey results

 

The digital survey provides insights for brands into the South African consumers' change in social media behaviour since the lockdown. 

You have Successfully Subscribed!