When do You Need Influencer?
PRINDONESIA.CO | Tuesday, November 12, 2019
When do You Need Influencer?
: It is important to design campaign on social media.
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BATAM, PRINDONESIA.CO – The campaign includes the preparation of objectives, key message, social media roles, content calendar for one month, and the choice of using influencers. If the campaign on social media follows those steps, Avianto Nugroho of Partner Fabulo PR Jakarta believed that it will give an effective impact on the audience, or in this case the netizens.

Avianto shared that in front of 56 PR practitioners from dozens of corporations and organizations participating in the 2020 PR INDONESIA Outlook (PRIO) in Batam on Wednesday (11/12/2019). At the event called “The Power of Social Media: Social Media Strategic for Public Relations Campaign Effectiveness”, Avianto invited the participants to practice designing a campaign on social media at the end of the session.

Avianto also gave a piece of advice on the trend of using influencer for social media campaigns. “Don’t follow the market too much,” he reminded. Especially if they are not from FMCG companies. Meanwhile, for government agencies, the public is actually the one who needs the institution. Therefore, social media management must be consistent with the timing of the delivery of information. Nothing is certain on social media. “Maybe today the trend is to use influencers, it doesn’t guarantee that it will still be a hit in 2-3 years,” he said.

The value of the influencer also will not affect the effectiveness of the organization’s social media campaign. What is more influential is the aspect of relevance and credibility of the influencer. For example, a hospitality company wants to use the service of an influencer, so make sure that the influencer does indeed often travel and stay in star hotels.

In the end, communication with the audience on social media should prioritize the human side. Therefore, treat social media audience humanly, deliver consistent information, as well as ensure that the information is always credible. Therefore, not every organization/institution must have an account on all social media platforms. Why? “So that when a crisis occurs, the crisis management is more focused and the crisis doesn’t spread to many platforms,” concluded Avianto. (asw)

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