The power of influencer marketing comes from authentic human engagement.
Learn how partnering with Micro-Influencers can help you boost your sales while building brand awareness and generating creative content for social media.
You'll come away with the a new proficiency:
- How Influencer Marketing will boost your sales
- Why Influencer Marketing is effective
- Build a powerful Community with Influencers
- Generate content through a community of influencers
- Save money through Partnership Strategies
- Create an effective campaign message
- Track your Campaign performance
Registration fee $35
This is an interactive workshop for which we encourage your participation. The recording and slides will be sent only to those who attend.
Mariya Palanjian is the founder of Globafly, a specialized marketing agency using targeted city takeovers to spread global brand awareness and engagement, one city at a time. Through Mariya's extensive background in the marketing industry, Globafly quickly became an innovative hub for brands looking to amplify their strategy. The New York Times was their first client, and through this concept saw results 2x beyond KPI. Globafly has since expanded its portfolio and grown over 300% year over year through its mission to be globally minded and locally connected.
She is currently at the helm of Roma Leaf, a successful health & wellness company focused on bringing relief to people’s routines. Co-founded with her husband, Roma Leaf has seen early success, recently being featured in Good Day LA/Fox11, Vanity Fair, GQ, Vogue, Green Entrepreneur, and VoyageLA, & more.
Mariya, for years now, has been mentoring and motivating others to start their entrepreneurial journey while training them on City Takeover Marketing Campaigns and more. She is excited to inspire and teach others through her radio and podcast show on 95.5FM & 670am where she documents her journey
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