Did I ever think I was going to start a new business in 2020, during a Pandemic, not really. But I am so excited to introduce you all to my new online business call Wax + Wane Coffee! You can now buy roast-to-order coffee beans online and support a Canadian creator while you do it!
I know we are all getting tired of the terms vlogger, blogger, influencer, content creator, tastemaker, but get used to it. Whether you like it or not, influencer marketing is on the rise and it’s here to stay.
With the evolving industry title, the landscape too has drastically changed over time. I can say this, because I have been involved in it now for over 5 years. As I plan for my next move in my career as an influencer, I can’t help but to think about the future of this industry.
In this post, I share some of my predictions for future trends in influencer marketing, and also provide sound advice for influencers and brands who want to survive in this new market.
As an auto-documentarian, I’m always on my phone, capturing every minutiae of my day. It is after all, part of the business process of a social media influencer!The issue here is that when you run a business on your phone, it’s hard to find a balance between social and work use. It’s even harder when your business is on social media: yes it’s a blast, but it’s still counts as work.
Do you wish you had more time to read? Have you promised yourself that you would read more this year? Do you have a stack of books collecting dust or serving as a base for your lamp?