Today, new brands and companies are increasingly relying on partnerships with online influencers. But, online influencers are not really interested in the success of a company.
They got a job to do, and they are getting paid for it. Whether they share the same values of the company, or not.
What if we could truly engage influencers to play a vital role in the success of a company?
What if their social influence could actually get them to become part of a company?
Introducing: Shares for Shares.
To launch Homeyz, a peer-to-peer app to find and offer help in and around the house, we didn’t just invest in the usual influencer-brand collaboration that only lasts a few days.
We developed an innovating influencer program that turned these influencers into shareholders: Shares for shares. The first influencer program that rewards social shares with actual shares in the company.