Word to the Wise: Influencer

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How should marketers define an influencer?

It depends. Celebrities, journalists, Internet entertainers—these groups and others may have a large following, but might not actually influence a specific brand's prospects or customers to take action.

Look past the size of a person's network and into the genuine influence she has on it.

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