Influencer

What is an Influencer? An influencer is an individual who has the power to affect the purchasing decisions of others because of their authority, knowledge, position, or relationship with their audience. In the context of social media, an influencer is someone who, through their posts and social interactions, can influence their followers’ opinions, behaviors, or...

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What is an Influencer?

An influencer is an individual who has the power to affect the purchasing decisions of others because of their authority, knowledge, position, or relationship with their audience.

In the context of social media, an influencer is someone who, through their posts and social interactions, can influence their followers’ opinions, behaviors, or purchasing decisions. They often collaborate with brands to promote products or services to their audience.

Types of Influencers Based on Follower Count?

Based on the followers count these are the types of influencers:

  1. Nano-Influencers: These influencers have a small number of followers, typically between 1,000 and 10,000. They usually have a very engaged community and can significantly impact their niche. These types of influencers usually need an influencer media kit to start their journey as an influencer.
  2. Micro-Influencers: These influencers have a follower count ranging from 10,000 to 50,000. Micro influencers often focus on a specific niche and have a highly engaged audience.
  3. Macro-Influencers: These influencers have a larger following, typically between 50,000 and 1 million followers. They have a wider reach compared to micro-influencers, and a macro-influencer can charge $1,800 per Instagram post.
  4. Mega-Influencers: These are the influencers with over 1 million followers and are considered the top content creators. They have a massive reach and are often celebrities or well-known personalities in their fields.

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CEO of EmbedSocial 

Nikola Bojkov is the CEO of EmbedSocial, an entrepreneur who turns problems into products. With over a decade of hands-on experience with social media APIs, he guides EmbedSocial in its role as a technical partner for both SMEs and large agencies, maximizing the impact of their user-generated content. EmbedSocial has offices in Skopje, Tokyo and Lisbon with over 250,000 users.