Influencer Marketing

Helping you reach the consumers of today through influencers and key opinions leaders on Weibo, Instagram, TikTok and Douyin.

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Influencer Marketing

Campaign management

Running full marketing cycle influencer marketing campaigns from start to finish. Continues improvement during campaign to maximise ROI.

Content creation

Using short-video, blogging, vlogging and live streaming content to tell your story in front of millions.

Cross-channel

Cross-channel distribution of content, so that you learn what channel works and generates results, and which do not.

WeChat

WeChat is the most popular app in China. Used for chat, payments, bookings and many more things, WeChat is a great platform to engage and inform your target audience.

Weibo

Weibo is one of the most popular Chinese micro-blogging platforms with over 440 million monthly active users, Weibo is one of the main platforms for brands to be active on.

Douyin

Pushing over 500 million monthly active users, Douyin (internationally known as TikTok) is the most downloaded video-streaming app in China this year. The most popular content is short-video.

Instagram

Instagram is a great channel to built your brand, generate awareness and engage with your target audience.

Channels

Case study #1

We helped an Australian brand of wine in a glass create content to present and explain the product for the Chinese market. The videos were meant to be used on their e-commerce channels like Tmall, Taobao etc.

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Case study #2

We helped an Australian F&B brand with market entry marketing. The products were only available in retail stores and not yet in an e-commerce store, so we planned a hyper-localised influencer campaign in combination with content marketing to reach a young mothers and health-aware millennials. Their 10.000 stock of products was sold in 3 months.

Soft-advertisement through a challenge on Douyin.

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