What is the State of Influencer Marketing in 2016? [Infographic]

It’s no secret that influencer marketing has become the go-to marketing strategy for brands with a social media presence. A-list mega influencers (like celebs, athletes, and YouTube stars) can make six figures for a single branded post, and on the other end of the spectrum, micro-influencers will do the same thing for VIP status or similar reward incentives.

Regardless of the category, social influencers are no longer simply valuable for top-of-the-funnel strategies; influencers in general can do a lot more for your brand’s business objectives than simply drive brand awareness or product purchases. In fact, influence can be utilized as a tool at every checkpoint of the consumer decision journey.

Skeptical? Not a problem. We surveyed 64 marketing executives (director-level or higher) to get their take on the influencer industry so that you don’t have to. Below, our influencer marketing infographic breaks down the who, what, where and why of the influencer strategies that come from the top minds in the industry:

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Author Caroline Burke

Content Marketer at Mavrck. Voted the voice of her generation in a unanimous vote of one.

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About Mavrck

We all know word-of-mouth is the most effective form of marketing, but word-of-mouth automation at scale has always been a challenge. At Mavrck, we harness the power of human-to-human marketing at scale by tapping into your most valuable asset: existing customers with influence.

By focusing on influential customers who engage a high percentage of their friends around a brand's relevant topics or keywords, Mavrck's patented micro-influencer marketing platform powers consumer brands like Hershey's, Sears and Unilever to discover and activate millions of their micro-influencers to distribute content and drive conversions across social networks.

On average, our "always-on" activation engine will get 3 friends to convert for every 1 micro-influencer activated.