If you want to achieve success as a fashion influencer on Facebook, it’s obvious that you’re already confident in your fashion style and sense. After all, creativity and confidence are key to making it big in this case. Assuming that you feel like you deserve the spotlight as a fashion influencer, the rest of the process may not be as creative as you may think. In the end, you need to think practically and strategically in order to market your style to your followers. With that in mind, the following tips may help you start your influencer career, so keep on reading. Good-quality photos As a fashion influencer on Facebook, and any other social media channel for that matter, it’s essential that you provide great photos that will show your outfits in all their glory. This doesn’t mean that you have to get the most expensive camera on the market, but you still need one that will take great photos. Moreover, you need to think about the best ways to pose for these type of photos as well as the setting and light. It’s all about capturing people’s attention with an image that’s worth a thousand words. Consistent posting schedule You can’t expect to become Facebook-famous unless you take the time to be regularly active on this social media platform. In that respect, consistency in posting schedule may be the most important factor that can launch you to success. If you don’t post on a regular basis, your followers won’t know what to expect. Moreover, you should utilize Facebook analytics , so that you get valuable info on the best posting time for your particular target audience. Facebook activity It may be ideal, but you can’t rely only on your fashion photos if you want to make it big as a Facebook fashion influencer. Aside from inspirational photos, people also want value. After all, Facebook sets a bit different expectations compared to Instagram or Pinterest. With that in mind, don’t be afraid to share content you find helpful, meaningful and valuable for your own niche and interests. That way, you’ll successfully direct people’s attention towards you because they’ll know they can count on your profile for useful advice. Start a blog Having your own blog is a great idea if you want to reach success on social media as well. Basically, if you publish your own valuable content on your blog, you’ll have plenty of your own material aside from photos to share on Facebook as well. Furthermore, you’ll expand your reach on organic searches as well. A blog is a great way to share your knowledge and passion in detail. Of course, make sure that your blog has plenty of photos to support your fashion advice and style. The most important thing here is not to use someone else’s photos. In case you don’t have your own images for everything, you can always browse Shopify free stock photos to make your content more appealing and interesting. Mingle, engage and collaborate Finally, as a fashion influencer that wants to take social media by storm, you have to be prepared to put some effort into networking and making connections. Aside from engaging with your followers through comments, taking part in fashion events, sharing them on Facebook, staying active in fashion-inspired groups as well as collaborating with “bigger” and willing fashion influencers are all a must. By doing all that, you will come off as a trustworthy and friendly fashion expert as well. When putting your outfits together, which will be your main trademark, make sure that you focus on your unique, individual style. It’s never good to copy someone else or force yourself to change in this regard. Stay true to yourself because this is something people who look up to fashion influencers can easily recognize. What’s more, there’s nothing better than getting the praise for just being who you are, is there?
I have to share Rag & Bone's latest campaign with everyone! What's so fresh about it is that the subjects are photographing themselves. I feel like this could be a very interesting concept for a Couturesque editorial shoot in the future. I'm so down for more like this. Also, I will happily take one of each from the collection, please 🤗🤗
Princess Nokia! On those beats! Such a cool campaign. My only question is regarding Jacobs' appropriative history. He's half-apologized for the dreadlocks incident and is showing off a super cool diverse cast, but is he benefitting from black culture still without fully acknowledging his privelege or owning up to his transgressions?