Becoming An Influencer Brands Fight Over

Becoming An Influencer Brands Fight Over

Beginning Blogger AcademyEirene Heidelberger of Get It Together, Mom! joins us on Day 2 of the Type-A Annual Conference as part of our Beginning Blogger Academy to become an influencer brands fight over.

Not anyone with a blog and social media presence moves the influence needle in directions brands will notice. Learn the strategies to position yourself as their key partner by attending “Becoming An Influencer Brands Fight For.”

Attendees will learn how to define their value as an influencer, identify opportunities with brands that make sense, and understand principles of best practices of successful influencers.

An Interview with Eirene

Question 1: What is your favorite part about presenting?

I always hope to inspire and connect with others when I present. My biggest goal is to make a difference to people’s lives, and I love watching my words resonate with the audience. The Q&A section is always my favorite part as I get to interact with people and feel challenged.

Of course, I get scared before every talk so I always practice privately in the sanctuary of my own home to build my confidence. I love the saying “Do something every day that scares you”. Public speaking definitely pushes me out of my comfort zone!

Question 2: What Are You Most Looking Forward To As a Type-A Presenter?

I’m really looking forward to being part of the Type-A community. Participating as a presenter is only a small part of this – learning and supporting others is the most important part. I look forward to broadening my network and connecting with others.

Question 3: Can You Offer A Tip To Attendees To Make The Most Out Of Their Experience At A Conference ?

Don’t be nervous! Everyone is in the same boat. No one, not even the most confident person, feels at home being thrust into a room full of strangers.

I recommend taking a deep breath, then turn to the person next to you and introduce yourself. Find a friend. Before you know it, the day will be over and you’ll have conquered your networking fears, eased your anxieties and made meaningful business acquaintances.

On a practical level, please don’t forget your business cards. When other people forget, I always ask them to type their contact info into my phone so I can follow up. Also, have your elevator pitch ready! “Hi, my name is X and I do Y. Tell me about your business.” Most importantly, always follow up after the conference.

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