Restaurant Finds The Perfect Way Of Responding To (Beggars) Influencers (20 PICS + 2 GIFS)

Posted in INTERESTING       5 Aug 2020       2531       7

A family who own a restaurant in Greece often get messages with influencers asking for food in exchange for exposure

So they came up with a wholesome counteroffer that benefits those who need the food most

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Arianna O’Dell, founder at Airlink Design would probably applaud this move. She thinks that unless influencers can show the return on a business’ investment, they’re throwing money in a black hole. “As a marketer, I’m happy to explore new mediums and campaigns to increase awareness about my products and store. The problem with many “influencers” is they have no insight into their reach or predicted conversions,” O’Dell wrote on Inc. “I ask influencers who email me how many people they reach and about the success of the past campaigns. I’m usually met with crickets. You wouldn’t throw $50 into a black hole–and you shouldn’t do the same with influencers.”

O’Dell believes that if someone is begging for freebies, chances are, they are not an influencer. “Influencers can be great additions to a marketing campaign if it’s relevant. If you’re selling a baby product, a mommy blog with 1 million subscribers could help you drive sales. If you’re a selling lipstick, a teenage girl with 200 followers might not drive any results,” she said, adding that she has found that most people asking her for free products were simply looking for free stuff and not offering any business value.

The opinion is only reinforced by influencers’ lack of attempts to work with this restaurant.

 

Sadly, influencers aren’t interested

Here’s what people said about it

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Kristen 2 month s ago
Proof that influencers don't give a sh#t of other people....
Great job you've done with your answer.
       
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Ib 2 month s ago
influencers....influencers my @$$.....those influencers only can influence [email protected]#ks...
       
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Ed 2 month s ago
Influencer = Social Parasite
       
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Ev 2 month s ago
Ed, The best description of them!

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Shel 2 month s ago
Who is worse? The influencers or the fools they follow them?
       
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Wally 2 month s ago
I LOVE Instagram Influencers! Enjoy the food and ambiance, but don't touch my dog when he bites you. I will sue the Everloving sh#t out of you.
       
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Missy 2 month s ago
There was an US place that replied: You pay 100% now and get a code for 10% off to put on your page. When 10 people has used the code you'll get a 100% refund. Well let's just say hes out $0 as of now!
       
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