Episode #
This Ad Format is Going to Become Really Popular in 2022 (Will You Use It?) #2035
March 15, 2022

In episode #2035, we share an ad format that is going to become very popular in 2022. The format is using influencers to promote your product or service,  and we dish out a few different approaches to using this strategy. To hear how you can boost conversions using this simple method, tune in today!

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  • [00:20] Today’s topic: This Ad Format is Going to Become Really Popular in 2022 (Will You Use It?)
  • [00:28] Using influencers to promote your product or service.
  • [00:51] Filming video ads with influencers promoting your product.
  • [01:38] Examples of influencers that have boosted conversions.
  • [02:36] Thoughts on the best way of collaborating with influencers.
  • [03:02] That’s it for today.
  • [03:03] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to learn more!

 

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