Amazon Business Training Video Focuses on Influencer Marketing

Amazing continues its tradition of releasing insightful training videos via YouTube. The latest video from the company features Boomn CEO, Colin McGuire, who discusses how Amazon sellers can benefit from influencer marketing.

Austin, TX , US - September 16, 2019 —

Globally acclaimed provider of Amazon business training, Amazing, has released another high-quality training video for Amazon sellers. The new video titled, How to Get Started (And Grow) Your Amazon Business With Influencer Marketing,”features Colin McGuire, CEO of digital marketing agency, Boomn. The video was shot at Amazing’s SellerCon conference earlier this year.

In the video, McGuire discusses the techniques to get started with

">influencer marketing and how this marketing methodology can help Amazon sellers scale and grow their brand. In his first tip, McGuire discourages beginners from investing in influencers to post for them. Instead, he suggests sending them free products in exchange for some photos. These images can be used in marketing as well as social media. However, the influencer must be tagged and mentioned whenever these photos are used.

In addition to using photos from the influencers, it is also possible to have them post for an Amazon seller. According to Colin McGuire, the best way to go about this is to have the influencers participate in some giveaway, or contest, or create some themed content. His next tip for the viewers is to ask for advertiser access to the influencer’s Instagram account or Facebook page. Advertiser access will allow the marketers to use the influencer’s post as an ad and drive traffic to a landing page.

“You can also start making ads on that influencer’s Facebook page and Instagram account. Get the ads approved by the influencer, and then actually run ads for your product or your offer from their accounts,” McGuire mentioned. “This is something that a lot of people think, for some reason, it’s untouchable, that influencers won’t do it. The reality is that they will do it.”

Officially launched in 2015, Amazing is currently a global leader in business and entrepreneurship coaching focused on Amazon FBA. According to the company, its business education and business advice have been instrumental to the success of many Amazon sellers.

Those interested in building a successful business as an Amazon seller should access the free training series available on Amazing’s YouTube channel or visit the company’s website.

 

###

Twitter: https://twitter.com/@amazingdot_com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amazingcom

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/amazingcom>

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amazing_dotcom/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/amazingacademy

About Us: Founded in 2013, Amazing is striving to be the number one place to help people start or grow a business on #Amazon. They do this with results-focused training, exceptional business tools, and a strong, supportive online member community. Amazing offers a variety of courses to help every level of entrepreneur, from beginner to veteran, build or boost their business. They achieve this by partnering with proven, entrepreneurial business leaders to develop and teach their courses.

Contact Info:
Name: Brooks Juneau
Email: Send Email
Organization: Amazing
Address: 1300 Guadelupe St, 100, Austin, TX , 78701, US
Website: http://www.amazing.com

Release ID: 88919329

More News From Daily Xtreme

Nadal to open in ATP Cup in Perth; Djokovic on east coast

Oct 22, 2019

SYDNEY — U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal will start his 2020 season on the opposite side of Australia to Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer when he leads Spain in a group-stage qualifier in the new ATP Cup team competition. Spain was drawn into Group B with Japan and Georgia and will play in Perth on Australia's west coast, where the U.S. team, Daniil Medvedev's Russia team and Italy will also be competing in Group D. Nadal collected his 19th major title, moving within one of Federer's record for men, when he held off Medvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 in...

New Zealand thrashes Australia 36-0 to retain Bledisloe Cup

Oct 22, 2019

AUCKLAND, New Zealand — An All Blacks team chastened by a record-breaking defeat a week ago rallied superbly to beat Australia 36-0 in the return test Saturday and extended its 17-year hold on the Bledisloe Cup and a 33-year winning streak at Eden Park. The Wallabies won the first test of the two-match series 47-26 in Perth last weekend, posting their highest-ever score against New Zealand in Australia and exposing a range of weaknesses in an All Blacks team which will defend the World Cup in Japan from next month. New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen responded with six changes...

Brian Lochore, All Blacks captain and coach, dies at 78

Oct 22, 2019

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Brian Lochore, who captained the "greatest" All Blacks team of 1967 and went on to coach New Zealand to the inaugural Rugby World Cup title in 1987, has died. He was 78. Lochore was being treated for bowel cancer. His oldest son David Lochore said he died peacefully at home on Saturday. "To those from around New Zealand and the world who have sent messages, these have been enjoyed by our Dad and appreciated by us all," David Lochore said in a statement. "Dad led a life that was full and one which he was very...

Nerveless Verstappen excels in the rain; Mercedes struggles

Oct 22, 2019

HOCKENHEIM, Germany — The wetter and wilder the German Grand Prix became, the more it suited Max Verstappen's nerveless driving. The 21-year-old Red Bull driver's brilliant performance came alongside a rare collapse from Mercedes. Verstappen mastered Sunday's treacherous conditions on a rain-soaked track to seal a second win in three races, and seventh of a career which appears destined to take the ice-cool Dutchman to the top of Formula One before too long. Verstappen raised his fist triumphantly as he took the checkered flag at the Hockenheimring, finishing ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat. A jubilant...

Leali'ifano leads Wallabies to 16-10 win over Argentina

Oct 22, 2019

BRISBANE, Australia — Flyhalf Christian Leali'ifano, playing his first test in more than three years for Australia after recovering from leukemia, kicked three penalties and a conversion in the Wallabies' 16-10 win over Argentina in a Rugby Championship match Saturday. Leali'ifano played the last of his 19 tests in June 2016, two months before he was diagnosed with leukemia. He recovered after intensive treatment to rejoin the Canberra-based Brumbies in Super Rugby late in the 2017 season. It was just Australia's fifth win from its past 17 test matches. Center Reece Hodge scored a first-half try to help Australia to...

NHL Livescore