Unhooked Communications and the Northern Creative Collective have unveiled details of an exclusive, one-off influencer marketing event in Manchester – Influencers Unhooked: Digital marketing, PR and SEO in the age of the online influencer.
Manchester PR agency presents Influencers Unhooked event
Influencer marketing is big business. But in the rush to find the right voices to help sell your brand story, how do you sort the bloggers from the blaggers? How do you avoid the perils and potential pitfalls of influencer marketing and make sure it delivers real, tangible results?
Designed to give brands, marketers and PRs an insight into this rapidly evolving marketing field, the event will consist of a panel discussion featuring four key influencers, content creators and bloggers:
- Kate Baxter, Fabric of My Life: fabricofmylife.co.uk
- Holly Wood, Holly Goes Lightly and We Blog North: hollygoeslightly.co.uk
- Katie Portman, Pouting in Heels: poutinginheels.com
- Fiona Sarah, A Mum Track Mind: amumtrackmind.com
The discussion will cover key points such as how to:
- build relationships and work with influencers, content creators and bloggers
- develop a creative, collaborative approach to content creation
- plan and deliver an effective campaign that suits your objectives and budget
- measure the impact and success of blogger outreach and influencer marketing campaigns
Influencers Unhooked event details
Influencers Unhooked takes place on Monday 5th March 2018 from 6.30pm at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester. There will be a drinks reception and networking opportunities.
The event is suitable for business owners, in-house marketers, marketing and PR agencies, freelancers, digital marketers, traditional marketers, SEOs or anyone else who is already doing – or thinking about doing – influencer marketing and blogger outreach.
Tickets for Influencers Unhooked are available from Eventbrite. £1 of all ticket sales will go to Forget Me Not children’s hospice.
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