Are you an influencer? Then consider five important factors.
People with influence emerge when you begin to consider and use the five major factors correctly. Let's examine them.
Based on what your goals and objectives are, you need to understand how large your audience needs to be. If you want your name to be seen by tens of millions of people, order an ad from the Super Bowl and hope it's an interesting match, but if you need people to hear your opinion on a law, you need some influential people in state government and you might want to consider spreading your word to just a few thousand people.
Think about geography. If you need to advertise to a small number of people located in one city, why would you want to advertise on a page with a million subscribers? Most likely, you will benefit much more from advertising on a specialized YouTube channel with ten thousand subscribers. Always analyze what will be useful to you. Don't throw money away thoughtlessly.
We must always understand who we are trying to influence and what we are trying to convince them of. If your content is in real estate, try to find partners who will tell your audience about choosing the right materials to build a house, saving money, and so on. Develop yourself and develop with your audience, then they will be motivated to follow you.
Is your goal for people to start liking you after they get to know you? Maybe they're indifferent to you, or maybe they hate you for some reason. You can't just smile and pretend that everything is okay. Find partners who can help you improve your reputation. Partners should already have some weight in the community and love from the audience, and then you will begin to be associated with each other when you collaborate.
How will you try to reach people? Take into account what they are used to using. People in Japan, for example, are more used to using Twitter because Twitter doesn't force people to have one account under their real name like Facebook. So if you want an audience from Japan, get ready to look for them on Twitter.
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