Amisha Gandhi, Senior Director Influencer Marketing at SAP treats influencers like clients. SAP’s annual SAPPHIRE conference attracts 20,000 attendees and reaches 80,000-100,000 viewers online with help from their influencer community. Amisha points out that the impact of an influencer goes beyond the audience they bring to the table.
In this episode of the Social Business Engine podcast, Amisha explains SAP’s influencer marketing strategy and the impact it’s having on their business. Tune in to find out how to locate influencers and involve them so that both parties benefit from the relationship.
On this episode you’ll discover:
- SAP works with third party influencers that have an influence on audiences to impact their demand generation efforts.
- SAP complements their marketing campaigns with co-created influencer content to reach potential customers.
- SAP’s line of business approach to influencer marketing identifies influencers across the top LOBs (IT, HR, Supply Chain, Finance, etc.)
- Influencers are involved in SAPPHIRE, SAP’s annual user conference every May in Orlando with 20,000 attendees and 80,000-100,000 online viewers.
- SAP partners with influencers at SAPPHIRE by conducting live interviews to extend the event to the virtual audience.
- SAP utilized Facebook Live at SAPPHIRE to broadcast interviews to current followers and an external audience in partnership with Ursula Ringham and the SAP Small Business team as well as influencers.
- The recorded interviews with customers and partners were repurposed into blog content and provide thought leadership opportunities for influencers.
- Amisha suggests starting with influencer lists and then graduate to a tool like Traackr to identify influencers by topic, location, and audience.
- Amisha says she looks at influencers as “clients” and how it’s a two-way street where both parties should benefit from the relationship.
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- Amisha points out that in addition to the typical influencer involvement, influencers can provide feedback and creative ideas.
- Influencers are given access to executives and content, and how some engagements with influencers are paid.
- Technology allows SAP to track and measure influencer activity and reach.
- Amisha suggests involving influencers through speaking opportunities, video and blog content creation, and the co-creation of white papers.
- Amisha says influencers are like clients who can help you grow your business.
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My LinkedIn account was ranking on the first page for best mommys blog keyword quite a few years back and I didn’t have any idea. While working, I stumbled upon the Analytic section of LinkedIn and saw that most of the visitors are coming from search engine later on I realized that in my profile I’ve used “Mommy’s blog” word a lot of time and that is the reason why it was ranking well on SERP. This is how I came to know about SEO and I was also amazed by the fact that how easy it was to rank for competitive keywords back then. Anyways loved your article and please share more tips on SEO.
Thanks for sharing. The number of times you mention a word or phrase is still a factor for sure.
We love hearing tips as well as questions our reader, so keep them coming!
Should I change keywords overtime based on what’s popular on the internet?
There is a lot of value in this article, especially for those looking to improve their visibility on LinkedIn. My favorite of the fifteen tips shared in this article is number nine. I’ve observed that people with custom profile links, seem to get more attention than those who haven’t customized their LinkedIn profile URL. Interesting article, thank you for taking the time to put it together.
Customizing LinkedIn URLs create more visibility for sure! Thank you, Bret.
I agree with the recommendations, they are a very important part of our strategy on LinkedIn, it can give confidence to potential customers (or leaders when someone is looking for a job).
People shouldn’t underestimate keywords on their LinkedIn profile! This helped potential buyers to find me on LinkedIn more easily when they searched for certain products and/or services. Thanks Viveka!
Thank you for another great blog post. For the alt text and/or naming images, do you mean two to three different keyword phrases as a maximum, like this?
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Or can you add more keyword phrases than this?
Hey David – I honestly don’t know the efficacy of adding more keywords than that. I would stick with what you have above.
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