“You can be the brand who’s killing it and everyone is buzzing about. This is totally doable I promise, brands are doing this everyday and using Instagram as their primary place to sell from, you just have to step up your game a bit. You got this!” -Linds
I’m a business owner, photographer and I have a team of influencers I work with consistently too. I’m fascinated by the power of social media influence in the marketing industry. I have spent years studying social media and the influencer industry. I love watching business owners gain massive traction when they can use social media to their advantage. And after working with so many incredibly driven and hard working people I’ve also become a huge advocate for influencers who dedicate hours upon hours perfecting their influence. I want to help educate the aspiring influencer on what it really takes to do this the right way. I’m also out bring awareness to more brands and businesses on how valuable influencers are and why they are worth the rates the ask for. More than anything I’d like to help stop the madness of the “here’s coupon to buy something from me [the brand] as a thanks for providing me FREE ADVERTISEMENT) I literally cringe just typing that!!!
I was asked by Wine Society to create and provide some images for a Halloween themed cocktail featuring their delicious red wine blend, Tempt for a collaboration with Thirsty Mag.
Anyone who knows me knows this was so up my alley I was giddy about it. Halloween is my favorite and I had a reason to play with dry ice? Insert * heart eyes *
60% of users say that they have learned about a product or service on the platform [Instagram]
“Not knowing how it would turn out I thought my best bet was to use something I could get for cheap, or free *cough cough*, and something I could recycle...even better. I hopped on Pinterest, looked at a few similar projects and decided to just go for it. I had two days off, it was 6am, I knew where I could grab some pallets outside of some warehouses in the nearby industrial parks, I have a truck and all the tools I needed, so off I went.”