Tag: social influencers
Courtesy of The Legacy Project
“Let us pick up our books and our pens,” I said. “They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.” – Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai is not your typical teenager.
While others her age were taking selfies of themselves on Instagram, or posted about the food they ate or outfits of the day they wore, Malala worked feverishly to change the destiny of millions of girls in South Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Winner of the Noble Prize for Peace in 2014, Malala used her impressive skills in written and oratorical skills to stand up for children’s education. A member of the Pashtun tribe in the picturesque Swat Valley of Pakistan, her life story was truly remarkable.
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Clueless how you can get your ideas to spread on social media? Well, why don’t you ask your teenage son or daughter?
That age-old saying about teenagers being digital natives are true. They eat, live and breathe digital.
Also known as Generation C (for Connected), they have an intuitive feel for all things social, digital and mobile.
Do you recognise these social influencers? (courtesy of The Influencer Media)
How do brands works with influencers? How do you choose choose the right influencers for your brand?
By now, you would be familiar with the ongoing saga involving Xiaxue, Gushcloud, and SMRT Feedback Ltd (an online vigilante Facebook account). Following from this, Sunday Life (The Straits Times) published an article on influencers and what they do for brands. Describing how businesses work with online “influencers”, the paper described how these young Singaporeans can generate value for themselves by virtue of how well they “influence” the buying behaviours of their fans on social networks.
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