3 Twitter Tips for Reaching Your Fashion Brand Influencers

Twitter Influencers

Twitter is a great social media channel, a tool in our marketing arsenal, and most of all a great way to connect with our brand’s audience and influencers in the space.

Being a fashion brand in today’s marketing world – it’s not just about “buying fans” or hoping they’ll swing on by your website. Today we need to strategize about how to develop and cultivate relationships with those that care about our brands and those that will voice those positive opinions to their audiences as well.

3 Twitter Tips for Reaching Your Fashion Brand Influencers

Follow and Connect

First and foremost, it’s great if you can follow back those who follow you, mention you, favorite your tweets, and RT your tweets. Those are the people who care enough to be a part of your community without you asking. Follow them back and show them the “love.” Take it a step further and thank them for mentioning you or liking your brand. Those little moments of brand love can go a long way, especially when the audience members don’t expect it.

Be Proactive

Take it a step further and join the conversations that these influencers are already conversing in. Are they asking questions? Answer them with information your brand may be able to help with – and of course don’t forget to use the hashtag being used so other people can follow the conversation too.

Tip: But be careful with this.  Use discretion about which conversations to just join.  If it’s a convo between only two people, it can seem weird and stalker-y to just voice your opinion. Look for conversations that involve several people and offer information without pushing any kind of sales.

Surprise and Delight

Some brands use the technique of surprising influencers with a free offer, discount, or surprise package that allows them to feel “special.”

Pro tip – if you send a package, add a little note with your Twitter handle and preferred hashtag so they can tweet back at you with how the surprise made them feel and how much they love it.

This isn’t an option for every brand, and it really depends on what works for you.  Keep in mind, if you go the gift route, don’t send anything until you’ve already started to build a relationship with this person.  Otherwise, it can feel a little like a bribe.

Twitter is a great way to reach out and connect to press and other designers and or partners/collaborators. Decide on a strategy, who are you targeting; then put together a plan to most effectively reach this target.

And of course remember that it takes time to continue to develop and nurture these relationships.

If you have questions and want advice on your particular audience – feel free to reach out in the comments below.

Pam Sahota

Digital Marketing Strategist by day, blogger by night. I try to inspire people to be the best version of themselves. My loves include photography, sushi, wine, helping animals, live music, and exploring the city. #radiatedaily

  1. Iva Pace

    I have tons of experience and education in fashion however, I have such a great a day for my business but at the time I do not have the funding for travel (fashion shows, trunk and trade shows etc) is there any funding such as grants etc to jump start a business. I have thought about maybe an angel investor however I am very cautious about someone knowing my ideas and stealing them.

    Thank you so much for your time
    Any ideas for a struggling entrepreneur with a fabulous idea and no money?

    • Nicole Giordano

      Hi Iva,

      Have you checked out Astia, Springboard Enterprises, and Goldenseeds as possible funding outlets? In terms of protecting your ideas, consider creating a non-disclosure agreement.

      Hope that helps!

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