Almost everyone with a computer and internet service is a member of at least one social media site. If you spend enough time online, you may even be aware that some people are making extra money through social media.
While it helps to have a great deal of knowledge, great marketing and networking skills and a large following of engaged consumers to be a influencer, it’s not necessary.
Micro Influencers are highly influential and engaging social media users who are good at what they do but who have a smaller following. When it comes to followers, sometimes the quality of those followers is better than the quantity. If you have a small following that is highly engaged with your posts and who often respond to your campaigns, this will be noticed by the companies who will want to hire you to market their product or service.