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Influencer Crowdfunding Marketing

Influencer Marketing is the New Crowdfunding Marketing

Here’s Everything You Need to Know.

“There are plenty of things that you can do to market yourself online, including dropping thousands of dollars on ads that may or may not work. But if you are really looking for engagement, it’s not about your ad spend budget, it’s about being able to relate to people and making them want to listen.” – Adam Godin, Author of The Social Media Marketing Guide

Influencer marketing has become a force unto itself in the world of promotion so we decided to give it space all on its own.  Influencer marketing is changing the way businesses and specific brands promote their offerings.  Crowdfund Buzz is proud to be a pioneer of using this method of crowdfunding marketing back when we started in 2012.  At this point we’ve become social media influencers in our own right.

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As of  September 3, 2020


“When it comes to influencer marketing, it’s going nowhere but up. Influencers have become more powerful than celebrities when converting fans and consumers to a product or service. People trust other people they can relate to, whether on a personal or inspirational level, as long as influencers remain authentic and true to themselves.”– John McAfee, Founder of McAfee AntiVirus

We have curated a wide array of articles and videos to give you a crystal-clear understanding of the impact of social media influencers on everything including crowdfunding marketing.

Take a deep dive and see how powerful influencer marketing is and how this alone could drive your crowdfunding success.

Are Social Media Influencers Worth The Investment?

Instagram Influencer Marketing in 2020 – What You Need to Know [Infographic]

The Shocking ROI of Influencer Marketing

(This is a three minute MUST READ. Spoiler alert: Influencer marketing blows away ordinary paid advertising.)

Sheryl Sandberg said she worries about TikTok because it got huge faster than Facebook did

“I’d rather you have a minor hit in TikTok virality than be on Jimmy Fallon,” – Gary Vaynerchuk

‘TikTok is thirsty for brands,’ says New York Times reporter who covers TikTok

81-year-old ‘Old Man Steve’ has taken over TikTok with adorable cooking videos

Analyzing Tik Tok user growth and usage patterns in 2020

How a Makeup Mogul Built a $1 Billion Business on Instagram

One Tweet Turns Around a Failing Food Truck Business with a Surge in Customers.

Venture Capitalists Like and Subscribe to Influencers

Micro-Influencers: The Marketing Force Of The Future?

How one startup invested in influencer marketing to drive a Kickstarter campaign

Political Campaigns Turn to Social-Media Influencers to Reach Voters

“By now it’s clear that whether you’re promoting a business, a product, or yourself, social media is near the top of what determines your success or failure” – Guy Kawasaki

What is influencer marketing and how to build a strategy

New York’s Philharmonic Taps ‘Influencers’ to Lure Millennials

The Brand Value of Influencer Marketing in 2018

Sales Grandmaster and Entrepreneur Grant Cardone and his guest Bill Carmody makes it clear; influencer marketing is the future of crowdfunding marketing and the way to go today.

What You Need to Know About Influencer Marketing

What is influencer marketing?

Social media and marketing legend Gary Vaynerchuk spells it out in two minutes.

The Influencer Marketing Revolution

A Treasure Trove of Social Media Quotes

3 Reasons Why Influencer Marketing Produces Incredible Value

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“There’s no question that TikTok is now a viable place to grow a business.” – , Vox

We grow our audience daily through our engaging, eye-catching posts on technology and gadgets, gaming, fashion, food, travel, jewelry and everything else people are interested in. That means our crowdfunding marketing power grows every day too.

When we post about your crowdfunding campaign you gain access to all those people.   And we do it for very little money.

Influencers get paid an average of one penny per post per follower they have.

We should charge at least $500 (50,000 x .01 = $500) for just one post …

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…According to The Wall Street Journal we should charge more than $500 per post. Way more.

But we don’t.  That’s because we’re not greedy.

We understand you want to raise more money not burn through cash.

Summary: If you’re not using social media influencers like us for your crowdfunding marketing  you’re missing out and leaving money on the table.

Let’s get started.