The influencer marketing industry has gained more popularity in South East Asia, making it a promising channel for brands to grow their business. Many predict that the market will still thrive and has a bright future in 2022, even after a long pandemic. Through this article, I present to you the most important insights and key trends of influencer marketing in Southeast Asia in 2022.
Influencer marketing is predicted to be worth $16,4 billion in 2022 globally.
In 2022, more than 75% of global brands allocate their marketing budget for influencer marketing.
And do you know what’s more interesting?
The same pattern of rising phenomenon also happens in Southeast Asia.
In fact, it grows so much stronger than we expected.
More and more brands in Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and everywhere else in Southeast Asia are looking forward to working with influencers.
Southeast Asia’s influencer marketing industry was worth $638 million in 2019 and is expected to grow very significantly.
So, here are the top insights you need to know if you want to enter the market.
Trust me. This study is MEATY and it will be worth your time 😉
- Influencer marketing in Southeast Asia is thriving with an estimated $2.59 billion worth in 2024
- Instagram is still the most prominent social media in Southeast Asia
- Nano-influencers are gaining a pivotal position among other tiers in Southeast Asia
- Southeast Asia’s brands will rely on Nano-influencer for their influencer marketing campaign
- Southeast Asian online consumers use Instagram as the main source before buying a product
Influencer marketing in Southeast Asia is expected to reach $2.59 billion in 2024
Influencer marketing is gaining more and more recognition globally in executing marketing campaigns.
Although many people worry about the future of influencer marketing due to Covid-19, it, in fact, survives.
The global influencer marketing industry increases very significantly over the recent years.
- Starting from $1.7 billion in 2016
- to $6.5 billion in 2019
- and $13.8 billion in 2021
All in the span of 5 years.
And nothing can stop it from growing, even Covid-19.
With more and more benefits influencer marketing could bring, many trust the channel to become their fundamental marketing strategy.
It is both budget-friendly and has measurable impacts, making it the marketing funnel to gain the most ROI.
It can boost 11x higher ROI from banner ads.
No wonder, Southeast Asia also sniffs this potential channel for brands.
In 2020, a survey said that global consumers prefer content with their language.
Southeast Asia’s influencer marketing industry is valued at $638 million in 2019 alone.
With 482 million social media users in Southeast Asia, influencer marketing is expected to grow bigger a whooping of $2.59 billion in 2024.
What are the 11 countries in Southeast Asia?
If you don’t know yet. Southeast Asia, also known as SEA is one of Asia’s regions in south-eastern Asia.
It consists of countries in the south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent, and northwest of Australia.
There is a total of 11 countries:
- Indonesia 🇮🇩
- Malaysia 🇲🇾
- Singapore 🇸🇬
- Thailand 🇹🇭
- Philippines 🇵🇭
- Vietnam 🇻🇳
- Brunei Darussalam 🇧🇳
- Cambodia 🇰🇭
- Myanmar 🇲🇲
- Timor Leste 🇹🇱
- Laos 🇱🇦
According to Worldometers, the total population of Southeast Asia is 681+ million people as of June 16, 2022.
Here is the complete list of the total population of Southeast Asia in 2020:
|South East Asian Countries||South East Asia Population in 2022|
Among those, 482 million people or more than 70% of the total population are on social media.
And 87% of Southeast Asians spend more than 2 hours on social media.
Do you see the potential?
Meanwhile, the social media penetration is rising in Brunei Darussalam with a 116.5% rate.
Social media penetration in Southeast Asia as of February 2022
|SouthEast Asian Countries||Social Media Penetration in %|
Many name Southeast Asia as a fertile ground for influencers.
First, the market is there where users are very active on social media.
Second, as I stated before, influencers are rapidly growing in Southeast Asia.
The last, the internet economy of Southeast Asia is thriving, predicted to hit $1 trillion in 2030.
For brands, this is a great opportunity to grow their businesses.
Let’s focus on some countries that have interesting growth in their influencer marketing:
Let’s see, Indonesia and Singapore later in this article.
What is a Southeast Asian influencer?
Southeast Asian influencer is social media users in Southeast Asia who have a certain range of audience and can persuade others to follow their recommendations.
To start, they share their knowledge about some specific topic in a form of content to build a reputation on social media.
There are various niche of influencers, such as fashion, beauty, food, sport, photography, etc.
Some influencers don’t need to build their reputation from scratch as they have been famous even before stepping on social media. They are like musicians, celebrities, politicians, etc.
Why are brands reaching out to them?
They have a valuable social bond with their followers.
Brands assume that they are powerful enough to encourage their audience to do as said, later create trends, and their followers end up buying the product.
87% of Southeast Asians spend more than 2 hours on social media per day
Not bad, isn’t it? Internet has become a big part of our daily lives.
In 2021, more than 4.72 billion people worldwide are online. They spend almost 7 hours online every day on average.
In the same year, there are 4.33 billion social media users in the world, or more than 55% percent of the world’s population.
And 99% of people around the world access social media via mobile.
With that significant growth, Southeast Asia also contributes a high internet & social media usage.
Reuters even named the region of 11 nations as one of the world’s fastest-growing internet markets.
It’s all thanks to the young Southeast Asians that have impressive social media habits, rapid smartphone usage and urbanization, and a growing middle class.
A whopping 482.73 million South Asians are active social media users in 2020.
In fact, Southeast Asians access the internet 10 hours per day, more than the global average.
Here are the SouthEast Asian countries with the highest daily time spent on any device:
- 🇵🇭 Filipinos spend almost 11 hours
- 🇲🇾 Malaysians spend more than 9 hours
- 🇮🇩 Indonesians spend almost 9 hours
- 🇹🇭 Thais spend 8 hours 44 minutes
- 🇸🇬 Singaporeans spend more than 8 hours
- 🇻🇳 Vietnamese spend 6 hours 47 minutes
Meanwhile, 87% of Southeast Asians spend more than 2 hours on social media per day.
- 46.5% spend more than 5 hours scrolling on social media
- 41.1% spend 2-5 hours
- 10.7% spend only 1-2 hours
- And 1.7% spend less than 1 hour
It is no secret that Southeast Asia is the home for online businesses.
Later in 2030, Southeast Asia’s internet economy is reported to hit $1 trillion.
With the multiplication of Social Networks, this time will increase in the future.
So, my advice will be:
Go for it! Jump on Social Media and Influencers as soon as possible.
There is attention (and money) to get for your Brand, your business.
Instagram is the most important social media channel in Southeast Asia
With almost 500 million active social media users, Southeast Asians also use various social media platforms.
The young Southeast Asians use platforms on average of 7.5 platforms per month, higher than the global average which is 6.3 across all ages.
However, Instagram is still the winner in the game.
In 2021, Instagram is the most-used social media network (71.4%), followed by TikTok (15.8%), YouTube (6%), and Facebook (5.2%).
Instagram is also the best choice for influencer marketing campaigns according to brands globally.
It has the biggest escalation compared to other social media networks.
In 2020, 68% of brands agree to use Instagram for influencer marketing and it raises to 79% in 2021.
It increases by 11% in 2021.
While Facebook only gets a 7% raise in 2021, TikTok 1%, and YouTube at 8%.
Take a look at the table that shows influencer campaign channel utilization by brands in 2020 and 2021.
|Channel Used by Brands||2020||2021|
Instagram is still proven as the prima-donna in this field.
Because it’s easier to reach out to the audience via sponsored content rather than using native advertising.
In fact, in a 2021 report on digital statistics, 56.8% of Indonesians use ad-blockers.
So, reaching out to Instagram influencers is a great strategy to gain a bigger audience.
Here, I have some important steps for you to find and contact Instagram influencers.
Southeast Asian online consumers use Instagram as the main source before buying a product
The word of mouth power is real.
Especially for Southeast Asia online consumers.
They primarily share their purchase experiences with followers on Instagram.
In fact, Southeast Asia consumers use Instagram as the main source before buying a product.
What is the most favorite type of content Southeast Asian consumers like to access on Instagram?
- Reviews: 30.2% of Southeast Asians prefer review content – Product testing by influencer
- Tutorials: 20%+ of Southeast Asians use Instagram to look for tutorials – How to put on daily light makeup.
- Unboxing: 19% of Southeast Asians search for unboxing content – Opening random products by influencers.
- Social Feed: 20% of Southeast Asians use Instagram to catch up with social feed – Peeping on Instagram Highlights.
- Entertainment: Less than 10% of Southeast Asians hop on Instagram to entertain themselves – Watching funny videos.
Most of the content types are product-preferred and other activities like staying connected or looking for entertainment take only a small portion.
On a global scale, 83% of users’ intention to access Instagram is to find something new.
And 87% of global Instagram users take a specific action after seeing posts with product information in it.
Such as following brands, visiting their stores, or even making a purchase.
93% of users need to see a product at least twice before purchasing.
This is why boosting your influencer marketing campaigns on Instagram is a very big deal.
Also, Instagram influencer fraud which was once a serious problem is now constantly decreasing with less than a 50% possibility.
This also comes with the rapid growth of influencer marketing-related services by 26% in 2021.
They often provide fraud-detection when finding an influencer.
So, I think it’s better for you to use an influencer marketing platform to check the influencer’s authenticity before working with them.
If you need any recommendations, just pick the best influencer marketing platform in 2022 from this list.
Nano Influencers are the most vital influencers tiers in Southeast Asia
It is already known that Southeast Asians love influencer reviews.
A product recommendation by influencers indeed impacts very well.
70% of Filippino consumers trust influencer product recommendations before purchasing a product.
While in a scale of Southeast Asia, 32.7% of consumers decide to buy a product after getting recommendations from influencers within a period of time.
Also, 25% of Southeast Asian consumers are influenced by influencers many times before doing product purchases.
Here are the details:
But the most interesting part is, that Southeast Asians trust recommendations from Nano-influencers more than anyone.
Look at this.
- Nano-influencers: 46% of Southeast Asia customers prefer product recommendations by Nano-influencers
- Celebrities: 20% of Southeast Asia customers will buy celebrities’ product recommendations
- Macro-influencers: 17% of Southeast Asians trust product recommendations by macro-influencers
- Micro-influencers: 15% of Southeast Asians want to buy a product based on micro-influencers recommendation
Nano-influencers are ordinary social media users who share content about their daily lives. Mostly, they share about their families, friends, daily activities, cats, memes, etc.
But, they are recognized by a pretty big audience.
They are your local social media celebs, your college popular girls, your neighbor fashionista, and many more.
Usually, their follower sizes are between 1k-5k followers. Some also say nano-influencers have 5k-10k followers.
Even though nano-influencers have a smaller audience than other influencer tiers, their engagement rate is very high.
Nano-influencers’ engagement rate is 3.69% in 2022 globally.
The number is higher than the engagement rate of macro-influencers doubled.
|SouthEast Asian |
|Follower size||Engagement Rate|
Why is their engagement rate so high?
Because nano-influencers’ audience is most likely their friends or family.
The more you are familiar with the ones you are following, the more likely you are to engage with their content.
A survey indicates that 60% of people trust reviews from their friends and family, rather than celebrities and influencers (23%).
So, when they want to review a product, it will look more honest and genuine.
More Brands are leveraging Nano-influencers in Southeast Asia
Turns out, Southeast Asian brands have already sniffed the rise of nano-influencers.
As influencer marketing is proven to bring many benefits, brands don’t want to miss a chance.
Southeast Asia brands that previously don’t work with influencers have dropped significantly every year.
Meanwhile, the number of brands in Southeast Asia that want to work with influencers keeps growing.
68% of global brands say they will increase a budget for influencer marketing in 2022.
In the same year, 39% of global brands will spend 10-30% of their marketing budget on influencer marketing.
In a span of 3 years, Southeast Asia brands run influencer campaigns pretty frequently, rather monthly or bi-monthly.
And the number keeps increasing. Take a look at this.
The rising of nano-influencers has made brands in Southeast Asia more interested in them.
There’s a prediction that brands in Southeast Asia will leverage nano-influencers.
An estimated 77% of brands in Singapore are leveraging on nano-influencers in 2022.
It is constantly rising from 62% in 2020 to 74% in 2021.
This is still the beginning for nano-influencers.
Trust me, you are gonna witness their rapid demand in the next 2 years 😉
Southeast Asian customers prefer influencer reviews rather than following Brands Business Accounts
As I said before, Southeast Asians trust influencer’s product recommendations.
Because they don’t like gimmicks and they prefer genuine experience.
72% of Singaporeans trust businesses with positive reviews and testimonials over those without.
Now, social media is full of sponsored content, endorsements, and all kinds of brand advertising.
And Southeast Asians are very well-aware of them.
They welcome those, as long as it contains real testimony, not fake reviews just for the sake of marketing.
66% of Taiwanese prefer the authenticity of content rather than the quality.
They want the truth, not a bragged content.
This is why Southeast Asians don’t like following a brand’s business account which is usually full of content marketing.
But not with influencers.
They build the account and grow the audience organically.
As influencers create more and more content, they are building more social value. It then creates special bonds with the followers.
It indicates that influencer marketing is very helpful to tackle all the user’s problems.
The State of Influencer Marketing in Indonesia in 2022
Have you heard of this country before?
Indonesia is the country where Bali is located.
Yes, the tourist paradise 🏝
It is the biggest island country in the world.
It has more than 17000 islands, including the biggest ones like Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Java.
In 2022, Indonesia has a total population of 279 million people. A whopping 204 million people are already internet users.
And 68.9 percent of them, or 191.4 million people use social media in January 2022 and spend an average of 3 hours and 17 minutes online.
With these stats, the chance is wide open for marketers to reach the audience’s attention on social media to promote products or services.
Also, there are a massive number of influencers in Indonesia.
You can literally find anybody with various types of niche and follower sizes.
Like Indonesia’s top Instagram influencers for example.
Now, let’s take a look at how influencer marketing grows in this country.
Instagram is the most favorite social media for Indonesians in 2022
Although, there has been a rapid growth in TikTok users, Instagram still wins the heart of Indonesians.
Instagram is still the most popular in Indonesia (60%), followed by TikTok (27.3%), Facebook (6.9%), and YouTube (5.9%).
These are the popularity rate of social media networks in Indonesia.
|Indonesian Social Media Platform||Popularity Rate|
Per May 2022, there are 108.9 million Instagram users in Indonesia.
While per April 2022, 99 million TikTok users in Indonesia emerge as the second-largest country in the world after the USA.
Instagram is indeed the first choice in mind to reach a bigger audience for Indonesian brands.
You see, TikTok is getting trusted by brands.
Previously people see TikTok as a meh platform with cringe creators.
But as people see how powerful the TikTok algorithm is, influencers and brands are flocking to TikTok to create more creative and sponsored content.
As a result, every brand that is going through FYP will end up viral. Many brands, especially beauty products have proven the ‘TikTok’s magic’ such as Scarlett, AXIS-Y, and many more.
Trust me, in the next 2 years, TikTok will share a competitive rivalry with Instagram 😉
If you wanna bet, drop a comment. Or go on Snapchat.
Indonesian consumers prefer content from Influencers to brands’ business accounts
Same with the regional trends, Indonesian consumers prefer following influencers rather than brands‘ business accounts.
This is the complete list of the reason why Indonesian prefer influencer accounts:
- More relatable content: 30% of Indonesian follow influencer accounts to get relatable content.
- Honest reviews: 23% of Indonesian prefer influencer accounts because they can obtain honest reviews from a product.
- More information: 0.6% of Indonesian follow influencers on social media to get more information.
- Others: 25% of Indonesian prefer influencers over brands’ business accounts for other reasons.
Because they feel like they can get relatable content (30%) and honest reviews (23%).
But, it’s not as easy as it looks to promote products via influencers.
Indonesian need to see a product more than one time.
Take a look at the table of what impacts Indonesian buying decisions.
|What impacts Indonesian buying decisions||% of consumers|
|A product recommendation by many influencers within a period of time||40%|
|A product recommendation by one influencer, many times||33%|
|A product recommendation by friends/family, many times||18%|
|A product recommendation by friends/family, within a period of time||8%|
40% of Indonesians will buy a product after being recommended by many influencers within a period of time.
And for one influencer, 33% need to hear the product recommendation many times.
Indonesians need constant exposure to the product before buying it from influencers
It means, Indonesian brands can not run campaigns only once.
They need to do multiple campaigns with as many influencers as possible.
Brands also need to make sure that consumers are familiar with the product.
How Indonesian brands can leverage Nano-influencers?
As you can see in the previous graphic, there is an opportunity for nano-influencers to advance.
18% of Indonesian consumers need to be recommended by their friends or family many times before making a purchase.
And 8% need to be reminded within a period of time. That is a total of 26% of friends or family influence to buy a product.
Remember that most nano-influencers’ audiences are friends or family? Exactly.
Nano-influencers can sneak through this slice.
Plus, brands need to run multiple campaigns with many influencers.
Working with nano-influencers can be very effective and affordable as they cost only $5–$25 per post.
91% of Indonesian brands already predict they will increase their influencer marketing budget in 2022.
While 78% of Indonesian brands are willing to work with nano-influencers for at least a month in 2022.
In fact, the trend of brands that do not work with nano-influencers is dropping every year.
Meaning, more and more brands want to leverage nano-ambassadors for their influencer marketing campaigns.
Let’s see what’s going on in a smaller but also lucrative market like Singapore.
The State of Influencer Marketing in Singapore in 2022
Another Southeast Asia country with thriving influencer marketing is Singapore.
It has gained much international recognition despite being a tiny and young country.
It is also known as one of the cleanest and safest countries in the world.
In 2022, Singapore has a total population of 5.9 million people, very dense at only 728.6 km².
Singapore has a goal to become a smart country by 2021 and this shift to a digital platform is the proof.
Singapore’s internet penetration rate is at 92% in 2022 or 5.45 million people by number.
And 89.5% of Singapore citizens or 5.3 million people use social media in 2022 and spend an average of 2 hours 31 minutes online.
As more people come online, it brings more opportunities for influencers to shine.
Here’s how influencer marketing becomes an optimistic market in the future.
Instagram is the most-loved social media for Singapore citizens in 2022
Southeast Asia people love Instagram so much, including Singapore.
78% of Singapore citizens prefer using Instagram to other social media apps like TikTok (11%), Facebook (6%), and YouTube (4%).
|Social Media Platform in Singapore||Popularity Rate|
In January 2022, Singapore’s Instagram users reached 3 million people.
Instagram indeed has the biggest growth of 5% per quarter compared to Snapchat or Facebook at only 2-3%.
However, Singapore brands spend more budget on Facebook (62%) than on Instagram (52%) in 2022 with a 10% gap.
But, the third biggest spending is on influencers (40%).
This is a good sign as more than 67% of Singapore brands expect an increase in their influencer marketing budget.
How Singapore brands can leverage Nano-influencers?
Almost everyone in Singapore uses social media.
Most of them like using social media to stay up to date with current trends and connected with friends and family.
Some of them like to get informed and create content.
Here, check out the 2 top reasons why Singaporean use social media:
- Stay connected: 79.9% of Singaporeans use social media to stay connected with friends and family – Scrolling through friends’ Instagram feed or Stories.
- Getting information: 71.8% of Singaporeans use social media to get the latest news – Watching the local news.
But some of them also use social media to create content, and some to document their life.
Well, maybe this is why influencers in Singapore are many MANY.
Take a look at the full graphic of why Singaporean are on social media.
Now pay attention to the 40% of people who like to watch reviews.
It means brands could collaborate with influencers to take advantage of this condition.
The Southeast Asia trend says people trust influencers more than brands’ business accounts.
72% of Singapore consumers trust businesses with positive reviews and testimonials more than those without.
But, 44% of consumers will more likely to buy a product from a friend or family recommendation.
So, it is crucial for brands to collaborate with influencers that create honest content and share valuable connections with their followers.
That can be said, leveraging on nano-influencers is the best strategy to grab this kind of audience.
They are infamously known to create authentic content and genuine engagement.
Besides, 82% of Singapore brands are looking forward to working with nano-influencers in the future.
Why Influencer Marketing is a (very) promising market in Southeast Asia?
There are many reasons to build a whole argument with this one.
Let me explain it to you with these points:
482 million people in South East Asia are on social media
Not bad. What did you expect?
It is more than 70% of the total population, which is a whopping 681 million people per June 16, 2022.
And the fact that 87% of people spend more than 2 hours on social media makes it even more reassuring.
Southeast Asia consumers view influencers as trustworthy sources of a product
Remember the power of the word mouth I have mentioned earlier?
Yes, that can be said that South Asian customers rely so much on influencer reviews.
In fact, 70% of Filipinos buy a product based on influencer recommendations.
Even 46% of customers decide to buy a product by the recommendation of Nano-influencers.
They prefer recommendations from someone they trust.
The growth of Southeast Asia influencers is Huge and Fantastic
Not only are the potential market, but influencers also flock to social media to seek fortune.
And it grows incredibly.
As Instagram still holds the crown of the most popular social media in Southeast Asia, let’s talk about Instagram influencers.
|South East Asian Creators tier||% Growth|
|Nano-influencer (5k-10k followers)||33%|
|Micro-influencer (10k-50k followers)||18%|
|Mid-tier influencer (50k-100k followers)||40%|
|Macro-influencer (100k-250k followers)||40%|
|Mega-influencer (250k-1m followers)||34%|
|Celebrity (>1m followers)||31%|
In 2020 only, mid-tier influencers (50k-100k) and macro-influencers (100k-250k) keep rising on Instagram at 40% both.
Turns out, Mega-influencers’ growth places second.
Nano Instagram influencers also get a pretty high growth rate of 33%,
making them the next potential influencer for brands to get a more niche audience.
Now, let’s take a look at influencers’ spread in Southeast Asian countries in 2020.
Indonesia becomes the country with the most Instagram influencers with 60.3k influencers, almost doubling the second country gap.
While Thailand comes second with 34.6k influencers and Malaysia is not far behind with 30.3k influencers.
Influencer marketing in Indonesia is indeed thriving.
Note: If you need more data and insights about the Indonesian Influencer Marketing landscape go there.
In Southeast Asia, Instagram nano-influencers have the number one engagement rate
The growth of Nano-influencers is accompanied by a very high engagement rate (ER) among other influencer tiers.
It is because their audience is mostly family or friends.
Basically, those who have a close relationship with the influencer.
The more you are familiar with the account owner, then the more likely you are to engage with the content.
That is why the ER of nano-influencers is very high despite the smaller followers from others.
Look at the engagement rate of Southeast Asian influencers in 2020 below.
|South East Asia Creators tier||ER in 2020 (%)|
|Nano-influencer (5k-10k followers)||4.2%|
|Micro-influencer (10k-50k followers)||3.2%|
|Mid-tier influencer (50k-100k followers)||2.6%|
|Macro-influencer (100k-250k followers)||2.5%|
|Mega-influencer (250k-1m followers)||2.6%|
|Celebrity (>1m followers)||2.5%|
We can see the ER of nano-influencers in Southeast Asia is 4.2%.
While micro-influencers come in second place with 3.2%.
And the bigger influencer tiers can only manage to get 2.6% ER at the highest.
So, if your brand wants to launch an influencer marketing campaign in Southeast Asia, you should keep an eye on the rising nano-influencers in the land.
Influencer marketing is the most effective way to reach out to customers in Southeast Asia
I have mentioned before that many Southeast Asia countries use ad-blockers.
Indonesia is the number #1 country with the highest usage of ad-blockers which is 56.8% of the whole country.
Here is the ad-blockers usage of some Southeast Asian countries in 2022.
|South East Asian Country||Ad-blocker usage rate|
The widespread of ad-blockers usage is a big issue if you want to advertise your product or service.
One way to reach Southeast Asian customers: sponsored content by influencers.
It will not be blocked, unlike ads.
It is more reachable to the audience than placing ads.
Also, Southeast Asians trust influencer reviews.
So, that can be said that boosting influencer marketing is the most effective way to gain customers.
What are the most popular Social Networks for Southeast Asia’s influencer marketing in 2022?
Let’s recall the stats.
Instagram is voted the most popular by 71% of Southeast Asians, TikTok by 15%, YouTube by 6%, and Facebook by 5%.
However, in a recent survey, brands also plan to increase their presence on TikTok in 2022.
The gap for TikTok (74%) is very thin compared to Instagram (75%) which is only 1%.
Indeed, brands finally pay attention to TikTok, the rising platform.
But still, brands will not leave Instagram behind as it is proven successful with influencer marketing.
If they both could enlarge the audience and help grow the business even better, then why not use two?
Ready to Start working with Influencers in Southeast Asia?
This is it: The top insights to run your influencer marketing in Southeast Asia in 2022.
2022 is going to be the year of influencer marketing explosion for Southeast Asia.
The market has grown bigger and the demand continues to rise.
Brands gain massive ROI from influencer marketing campaigns and they will not waste their time.
The market also has shifted the demand: they want genuine reviews, not advertised content. We will witness a more creative approach from creators to pack the product endorsements.
As brands want to spare more budget on TikTok, it will also be the next promising platform for influencer marketing in Southeast Asia.
Well, I admit that it’s not easy to run influencer marketing campaigns, especially to find the right influencers for your brand. But, if you choose the best strategy, then it would be nothing.
One way to run the best influencer marketing campaign is to use an influencer marketing agency.
You can save time and money.
Also, you can drive real results for your business.
We have been partnering with a wide variety of influencers and there is no substitute for such experience.
We know better than anyone who you should work with.
So, which insight really enlightened you? Do you think the insights are helpful for your business?
Or do you have your own vision of how influencer marketing could grow in Southeast Asia? Let me know and share your thoughts!
Sources: 414 Media Pte Ltd, Datareportal, Influencer Marketing Hub, Partipost, Affable, Aspire
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All questions and Answers about Influencer Marketing in the Region
Absolutely. FYI, the searches for “influencer marketing” on Google have increased 1500% in the last 3 years. The value of the industry keeps going up and more brands consider adding more budget for their influencer marketing campaigns. Running influencer marketing is mandatory for brands in 2022.
It is expected to grow and worth $16.4 billion in 2022 globally. The number has a decent increase from 2021 which is $13.8 billion.
You must be persistent and proactive. Start with creating personal branding: what niche you choose, what name you will introduce to your audience, etc. Then, produce creative content diligently that works across platforms and do not forget to engage. If you think you have gained certain followers, then start understanding your audience and see what they really need from your account.
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