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Influencer marketing news moves at the speed of social media. Every platform update, algorithm tweak, and current event makes a huge difference to the influencer marketer. We’ll help you keep up.

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Instagram creators are building huge audiences from viral Stories effects (Social Media Today)
One could argue that Stories have been the biggest game changer to Instagram in recent years. As the platform continues to change and evolve the feature, Influencers are latching on to even the smallest changes looking to drive engagement, and reach, but most importantly community. Some influencers are finding success by leveraging Effects, which recently included the incredibly popular 'Which Disney Character Are You' or '2020 Predictions'.


TikTok's testing a new music tab on selected artist profiles (Social Media Today)
Birthed out of Music.ly, TikTok has had music in its DNA since its inception and rise to popularity. Now, the platform is testing a new way to improve music discovery with their songs actually being listed on select verified musician profiles, giving a whole new way for consumers to discover new music. As we all know, some of the biggest names in the music industry were discovered on social media, and TikTok is setting itself up to become the premier discovery channel for new tunes. 


[INFOGRAPHIC] The most popular social media influencers (according to Google) (Social Media Today) 
There are many ways to determine popularity of an influencer -- follower count, engagement rate, blog visits, or even @ mentions on social. Another way to do it is by search volume. PostBeyond have put together a listing of the most Googled online identities in 2019, and the results are diverse to say the least, ranging from Marie Kondo to Minimalist Baker.

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One of the strengths of influencer marketing is its diversity. Influencers are often more than just spokespeople for brands, they’re entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and sometimes even brand consultants. On this episode of Julius Profiles, we hear from Alex Jones, a research and strategy consultant, about how influencers can be used to understand a brand’s audience and social ecosystem.

Julius Product Spotlight:

こんにちは! Jak się masz? Copy and paste these foreign words into Julius’s Content Search to find influencers that speak Japanese and Polish, respectively. Influencers are a global, multi-cultural phenomenon spanning diverse verticals and interests, locations, demographics, and languages. With Julius’s Content Search functionality, you can quickly find influencers that are using keywords and phrases in almost any dialect. Check out this Help Center article for more about Content Search and how you can find influencers around the world.  

January 10, 2020
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