Let’s collaborate

This word creates such a deep sense of suspicion for a lot of people and brands and yet in its true form creates a win win for everyone so why is it that it seems like everyone wants to “collaborate”?

Organic Collaboration

For some brands collaborating with certain people there is a clear goal to showcase their product or service to a certain demographic which the talent has a certain catchment in the following. Now if the goal is to simply expose that brand to the audience then the way to do it can be done in so many ways but in the tone of the talent. Imagine your a serious brand that has a very cool product but you advertise in a very traditional tone, given you want to expand your audience it’s the safest way to let go of the reins and let it be spoken about in a positive manner by the selected collaborator, after all you are wanting to touch a completely different demographic.

Who is the right catchment

With Instagram blowing up in the last few years some people slide DM’s to possibly hundreds of brands looking for a free meal, trip, clothes or even hair ( yes we get them too ). It’s not looked down at it just has to make sense to our target market. If our price point is above average and we are 100% not a traditional scripted advertiser but you are advertising mass products, well scripted generic text chances are no matter how many you have managed to amass very few will be converted to us as potential business, we all follow brands and people we typically like and can relate too. If you can’t relate it’s not for you.

A copy paste with your set hashtags is as transparent as a pain of glass, it’s an ad and doesn’t feel as authentic so it has to be not carefully curated or scripted or it isn’t real!

With some of the most successful high profile people in the country as clients, we speak from a zone of knowing what makes them tick not from the sidelines of thinking we know what they like.

The Olympics of collaborations

We have all seen those Cochella posts that once you tap it is saturated with brand tags to the point you simple don’t know what to do. It seems like the Music festival collaboration has hit its peak with glitter dust, torn booty shorts and box braids, it’s over saturated!

Now saying all the above with a little sprinkle of salt, collaborating is one of the coolest things if it’s a win win with like minded people or brands and we are always open to discuss it with the right people or brands.

Collaborating doesn’t always mean swapping services with no payment, it can be a multiple of things however typically a tag doesn’t mean you are getting something for free!

So in short, doesn’t matter if it’s not a like minded brand it’s the consumer that you are targeting and if it’s a fit for both then it should be explored. Changing the tone and content to directly connect to a new fresh audience is what makes it beneficial for all.

Happy tagging!

What does your DP say about you?

I guess no one wants an ugly profile picture, we want to look our best and often we tend to be a little extra to draw some attention right?

Well I guess there are also times when going a little extra can send the wrong message. If your hair isn’t done, do you look dirty or street cool, if your wearing too much or too little some people can take it the wrong way or read too much into it.

Before you get your next profile picture taken get your hair done and let us help you show the best version possible!

The entire family now has a blue tick!

Seems like the word “influencer” is the new buzz word everyone wants to add to their bio like it’s going to somehow give them the ability to be a shape shifter or an ability to change people’s buying Habbits.

Being labelled this is not your role it’s others role to label you and not your bff sitting at home watching re runs of 90’s sitcoms tagging you in memes 5 times per hour saying OMG I Iove your feed, girl great click!


You’re a person with an Instagram account, its completely different if a company or a respected publication or brand labels you, but sorry to be the bearer of bad news adding it on your bio because you want it is like adding “Millionare” because one day you want to be rich.

Sadly you sit in the back of the car, even shouting at the top of your lungs for the driver to change lanes, he doesn’t listen to you so how on earth could you influence others. If you post some nice pictures ( or you call clicks) that’s great, you also write in your posts that ” sorry I haven’t posted in a while, been super busy” sweetheart no one is even bothered. We are surprised that there are some that buy followers and likes and think that by doing this in some strange way will make them famous or successful, when there is nothing more than surface face which lasts about 3-7 seconds after someone stumbles on your profile then realises that that ” Click” you posted looking hideous has thousand likes and the link in your bio is a dead end.

Try being the best at whatever you are doing, rather than trying to scam success, chances are if its meant to be you will become famous at what you actually do, unless thats nothing then your in trouble!

This is not aimed at one person this is based on so many adding this word into their Bio.

 

Congratulations Merrylin Boro and us  Rod Anker Salons

So you are a social media Influencer? Surprise it’s not a job title GIRL! 

Seems like the word “influencer” is the new buzz word everyone wants to add to their bio like it’s going to somehow give them the ability to be a shape shifter or an ability to change people’s buying Habbits.

Being labelled this is not your role it’s others role to label you and not your bff sitting at home watching re runs of 90’s sitcoms tagging you in memes 5 times per hour saying OMG I Iove your feed, girl great click!


You’re a person with an Instagram account, its completely different if a company or a respected publication or brand labels you, but sorry to be the bearer of bad news adding it on your bio because you want it is like adding “Millionare” because one day you want to be rich.

Sadly you sit in the back of the car, even shouting at the top of your lungs for the driver to change lanes, he doesn’t listen to you so how on earth could you influence others. If you post some nice pictures ( or you call clicks) that’s great, you also write in your posts that ” sorry I haven’t posted in a while, been super busy” sweetheart no one is even bothered. We are surprised that there are some that buy followers and likes and think that by doing this in some strange way will make them famous or successful, when there is nothing more than surface face which lasts about 3-7 seconds after someone stumbles on your profile then realises that that ” Click” you posted looking hideous has thousand likes and the link in your bio is a dead end.

 

Try being the best at whatever you are doing, rather than trying to scam success, chances are if its meant to be you will become famous at what you actually do, unless thats nothing then your in trouble!

This is not aimed at one person this is based on so many adding this word into their Bio.