While hiring out your PR to an individual or an agency is going to get you the most press, there are a few things you can do on your own to not only get your name out there but also create future opportunities for your brand and blog at the same time.
These past few months, we’ve seen a shift in the social media landscape. Users are craving community and turning to trusted influencers to find solutions to their everyday challenges, such as cooking every meal at home. The popularity of relatable, behind-the-scenes content is up, while tolerance for highly curated, inauthentic content is down. Enter TikTok, the platform that answered the call for less-curated content and saved many of us from
We don’t have to tell you that your audience is smart. You already know they’re savvy consumers, and getting savvier as more products and services saturate the marketplace. They face a barrage of ads and sponsored content on the daily, all vying to sway their purchasing decisions—which means they have to be selective about who and what gets their attention. That simple fact is the core of why influencer marketing
The pace of social media is faster than ever right now. In the midst of this chaotic moment, we’re learning everyday from the influencers in our CookIt Network who are continuing to do what they do best: put their ears to the ground and listen to what their audience needs from them. Overwhelmingly, people are searching for solutions to the daily challenge of cooking and eating well at home. Influencers
If you’re like most brands, there’s a good chance your in-house content studio or creative agency has slowed to a halt. Creating expert food content, including recipe development, food photography and videos typically requires a team, and can’t be replicated in our current WFH environment. The good news: We have a solution. As consumers spend more time on social media searching for community, advice, and inspiration, brands need a different
If you’ve been hesitant to share new content during this difficult time, you’re not alone. We’ve seen brands and influencers alike pause their content calendars and outreach efforts, unsure of what to say to their audience. While it’s true that extraordinary circumstances call for a shift in approach to your content, a closer look at how people are shopping and using the internet right now shows that it’s not time