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Influencer Marketing Trends in the Philippines, Sep 2020

October 6, 2020 Posted by Influencer Marketing 0 thoughts on “Influencer Marketing Trends in the Philippines, Sep 2020”

The Most Engaging Influencers 

 

 

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Last September, @joshuapatagnan was the influencer that received the highest engagement on social media. As a travel influencer, Joshua’s Instagram feed is mainly filled with gorgeous photos about his #travel journey and stunning landscape. Despite having lesser travel photos due to Covid-19, Joshua’s post promoting @shopee_ph 9.9 Super Sale helped him earn the highest engagement rate on social media in the Philippines last month! 👏👏 Beauty and #fashion influencer @babygirl.ziee was another well-performing influencer in the Philippines. Her youth and elegance make her a suitable partner for many #beauty brands including @pondsph. She is an engaging influencer with a diverse follower-base from the Philippines, Thailand, Japan and South Korea. -> For the full report on influencer marketing trends in the Philippines, click the LINK IN BIO. . . . #affable #influencers #kol #marketingtrend #marketingplatform #influencermarketingplatform #trendanalytics #influencermarketing #socialmediainfluencer #instagraminfluencer #microinfluencers #lifestyle #instagramanalytics

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Last September, @joshuapatagnan was the influencer that received the highest engagement on social media. As a travel influencer, Joshua’s Instagram feed is mainly filled with gorgeous photos about his travel journey and stunning landscape, giving good vibes of an adventure-filled life. 

Despite having lesser travel photos due to Covid-19, Joshua’s post promoting @shopee_ph 9.9 Super Sale helped him earn the highest engagement rate on social media in the Philippines last month. According to our Instagram influencer analytics, Joshua has a considerable engagement rate of up to 3.94% with a follower-based mainly concentrated in the Philippines.

 

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Havaianas GIVEAWAY TIME! Watch my Shopee Livestream mamayang 6pm and win the following giveaways: 1. 5 Winners of Havaianas Kits – 1 Havaianas Shirt, 1 Bladeless Fan 2. 20% Off Vouchers, 50pcs 3. 6 Winners of P500 Vouchers Don’t miss out on exciting deals and discounts. Shop ’til you drop on @shopee_ph 9.9 Super Sale❗️What are you waiting for? Grab yours and check them out! @havaianasphilippines —————————————————— For my Monthly end Giveaways: I’m giving away One Pair of Havaianas Flip-flops on September 29, 2020. Simply follow the mechanics below: 1. Follow me & @havaianasphilippines on IG and Shopee 2. Like this main post and tag one friend. 3. Multiple entries are allowed by tagging one friend per comment. 4. Entries end on September 26, 2020. The lucky WINNER will be announce on September 29, 2020 via Shopee Livestream, 6PM. @joshuapatagnan

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Beauty and fashion influencer @babygirl.ziee was another well-performing influencer in the Philippines. @babygirl.ziee usually features beauty and fashion brands in her posts, and her youth and elegance makes her a suitable choice for many beauty brands such as Pond’s Philippines, TheFaceShop Philippines, Colourette Cosmetics. She has a pretty good engagement rate of 3.4% and a diverse follower-base from the Philippines, Thailand, Japan and South Korea.  

The Most Active Brands on Social Media

Last month in the Philippines, @VitaKeratin climbed to the top of the chart as the most active brand on social media. The brand partnered with a huge number of Filippino influencers to create campaign #UnlockYourAwra which aims to promote its hair salon treatment. In particular, beauty and fashion influencers @cheskaafausto and @aguilartin are among the micro-influencers who had the most engaging posts featuring VitaKeratin. 

Following VitaKeratin is @photobookph, a brand that offers stunning photo books & customized gifts. This brand partnered with many micro-influencers to feature their items, sharing the promotion of up to 90% off Photobook. Having influencers create their own photo books and showcasing it on social media is a good strategy to capture the audience’s attention and trigger their purchase decision.

The Most Trending Hashtags

In terms of hashtags, #UnlockYourAwra was the most trending hashtag on social media in September, followed by #pbphnhd2020, a hashtag used in the campaign by Photo Books Philippines.

#shopback99kchallenge and #shopbackph were 3rd and 4th trending hashtags used respectively by ShopBack – a cashback giant in the Philippines. Last month, this brand partnered with a lot of Filippino influencers to spread the word for their ShopBack 99k Challenge along with many giveaways for customers on 9.9 Shopping Day.

 

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Win Php 99,999 this 9.9 with ShopBack in 4 EASY steps 💥 1. Download and sign up on ShopBack (Link in my bio to download the app) 2. Post a screenshot of your ShopBack account and explain what ShopBack is in your own words in the caption OR Make a creative video explaining how to use ShopBack in 60 seconds or Less! (Make sure to feature the ShopBack app in the video) 3. Post it on your IG, FB or TIKTOK with the hashtag #ShopBack99KChallenge 4. Tag 3 of your friends & follow @ShopBackPh on IG The most creative video will be announced on ShopBack’s IG/FB & Twitter pages and will be awarded Php 99,999 this 9.9! 🤑 Along with many more giveaways for you this 9.9 Shopping Day! Pro-tip: Make it funny, show the app & your account and if you have cashback then you are already a rockstar. And yessss you can send in more than 1 entry! 😜 Link: app.shopback.com/99challengeph

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Win Php 99,999 this 9.9 with ShopBack in 4 Easy steps 💥 1. Download and signup on ShopBack (Link in my bio to download the app) 2. Post a picture of your ShopBack account or Make a video explaining how to use ShopBack in 1 MINUTE or Less in your own words! (Make sure to feature the ShopBack app on the video) 3. Post it on your IG, FB or TIKTOK with #ShopBack99KChallenge 4. Tag 3 of your friends & follow @ShopBackPh on IG The most creative video will be announced on ShopBack IG/Twitter & FB pages and will be awarded Php 99,999 this 9.9 🤑Along with many more giveaways for you this 9.9 Shopping Day! Protip : Make it funny, show the app & your account and if you have cashback then you are already a rockstar And yessss you can send in more than 1 entry 😜

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COVID-19 Charity Initiatives in Asia

COVID-19 Charity Initiatives in Asia

July 1, 2020 Posted by In The News, Influencer Marketing 0 thoughts on “COVID-19 Charity Initiatives in Asia”

COVID-19 is a good time for brands to practice social responsibility by giving back to the community. Charity initiatives can help to showcase what your brand stands for and your values to consumers. In particular, social media and influencer marketing is a great way to raise awareness for your marketing campaigns and charity initiatives for COVID-19.  

Popular Instagram hashtags to showcase solidarity and support for COVID-19 relief efforts include #sgunited, #kitajagakita, #supportlocal, #stayathome, #staysafe, #TogetheratHome, #FlattentheCurve, #Wereinthistogether, #GivingTuesdayNow, #HealthcareHeroes.

Now, let’s explore the COVID-19 charity initiatives by brands and influencers in Asia!

Donating Masks for COVID-19   

Brands which have stepped up include online fashion company, Pomelo, with #PomeloCares. The Pomelo Cares initiative launched has supported organisations and charities leading COVID-19 relief efforts in Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. 

Using fabric originally procured for fashion items, Pomelo produced three-pack antibacterial fabric masks and transferred 100% of profits to partner health organisations such as the Red Cross. The brand has also pledged to donate more than 40,000 surgical masks to Thailand’s Red Cross. 

 

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Recognising that social media is an influential platform, Pomelo has also engaged various fashion microinfluencers, including @shleyyy, to remind people of social distancing with #PomeloGirlsAtHome. The aesthetic look showcases how it is possible to stay confident and look fabulous even when at home. You can also visit Pomelo’s website to donate a pack of 15 surgical masks to hospitals in need here

Leveraging on Existing Resources

Beyond donating masks, local firms in Singapore, Ninja Van and Night Owl Cinematics (NOC), have joined forces to distribute 100,000 COVID-19 care packs to vulnerable households (SGPaySitForward).  

Similar to how Pomelo leveraged its existing fabric resources, Ninja Van is the leading delivery company in Singapore, allowing these care packs to be delivered to the doorsteps of vulnerable individuals. According to Ninja Van’s CEO, the partnership with NOC helps to “amplify what we could do on our own” and spread the word a lot better with marketing experts and influencers. Indeed, the #sgpaysitforward campaign took off with influencers @iammichy, @b1gqing, @toshrock, @amandersings, with over 400,000 total engagement from followers. 

Another brand which leveraged on existing resources is L’Oréal Indonesia. In June 2020, this brand took concrete steps to produce and distribute 440,000 units of Hand Sanitizer free of charge for their employees, healthcare workers, and those working in the frontlines. #lorealtakespart and #weareloreal also showcased Loreal’s corporate social responsibility efforts for COVID-19 and their commitment to contribute to society. Learn more about how they pulled it off and how you can contribute here. 

By strategically using their strengths and influencer marketing, brands can thus create meaningful initiatives while building a positive brand image. 

One For One Campaign

On April 2020, Getfresh, a healthy restaurant group in Thailand, launched its charity initiative where a healthcare worker will receive a salad for every customer order which comes with an Instagram post using #getfresh141. This act of kindness received great compliments and support from their customers. In April 2020, their Instagram hashtag #getfresh141 was adopted popularly by numerous Thai influencers to support the campaign. 

Influencer Power

Influencers are also helping out with current COVID-19 initiatives in Asia. Frontliners PH, an initiative started by influencers Isabel Regino and Monica Pantaleon, helped to raise funds to send healthy, home-cooked meals to healthcare workers in the Philippines. The initiative received huge support from their followers with over 2000 meals donated as of June. 

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In response to the spike of COVID-19 cases among the migrant worker community in Singapore, influencer @preetipls also launched a campaign to raise funds for two existing non-governmental organisations (NGOs), HealthServe and TWC2, to meet the urgent needs of the migrant community during this pandemic. The campaign received an overwhelming amount of donations which was more than thrice the targeted amount of $100,000. 

The success of influencer campaigns shows that influencers are a force to be reckoned with. Utilising influencers as well as social media can help to amplify one’s message and bring greater social good in times of need. 

More Ways to Contribute with Social Media

No money to contribute? Never mind. The TikTok #CareforSG Challenge allows users to use the #CareForSG video effect to create fun and positive videos. Not only are these videos a source of entertainment in the midst of a stressful pandemic, TikTok will be donating $1 to The Invictus Fund for every video uploaded. With social media and TikTok hashtag challenges, everyone has a chance to play their part! 

Alternatively, you can donate directly to The Invictus Fund directly via their website too. 

Moving forward, brands should show empathy and consider working with influencers to create synergy with their marketing campaigns and reach a larger audience. Wondering how to stay in touch with customers and steer your business through this difficult time? Read our influencer marketing insights on “How Brands should Adapt their Strategies amid COVID-19” here.

 

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Influencer Marketing 2018 Round Up South East Asia

January 9, 2019 Posted by Artificial Intelligence, Influencer Marketing 0 thoughts on “Influencer Marketing 2018 Round Up South East Asia”

Year 2018 has been a phenomenal year for marketers in South East Asia. Over 1.5 billion active social media users have helped South East Asia catapult ahead and become one of the most sought after markets for social media influencer marketing.
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