If you are thinking about roping in influencers to stay afloat in the coronavirus pandemic, you should go ahead with your plan.
Influencers During the Coronavirus Pandemic
According to the latest survey from Influence Central, influencers are seeing a surge in social media impressions and engagement across platforms during the coronavirus pandemic. This is because more and more followers are connecting to influencers for their content to get guidance.
In tough times, like now, people want to get more information from their trusted influencers.
Small businesses are often started out to help the local community. In the time of highly contagious coronavirus, you should also reach out to your audience to let them know that you care and you’re there to help them in every possible way.
And considering the growing engagement on influencers’ content in the wake of coronavirus, opting for influencer marketing campaigns to spread