According to Malaysia’s Health Ministry, the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic has been predicted to hit us in the next six months. Many businesses are once again affected especially SMEs, and going online seems to be the only option. However, Cloudbreakr has noticed that some businesses are still not prepared in terms of budget and the human resource to promote. To ease their burdens, Cloudbreakr has come up with the Merdeka Package which allows SMEs who are affected by the pandemic to promote themselves using Influencer Marketing at an affordable price.
The entire world and economy were put on a pause because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the internet will not pause for anything and as a marketer or even influencer, it is crucial to keep up with the latest internet trends to stay relevant and always adjusting our social media marketing strategy. Without further ado, here are the key insights of Q2 in Malaysia.
To ease the burden of freelancers/self-employed person, our Prime Minister has introduced a new program in June 2020, named as the PenjanaGig Program. The PenjanaGig Programme is an RM50 million matching grant for gig economy platforms who contribute for their gig workers to SOCSO’s Self-Employment Social Security Scheme (SESSS) and Employees Provident Fund’s i-Saraan Scheme. Continue reading to find out how you can be benefited from the scheme.
Influencer marketing has slowly become part of the most used marketing strategy and brands should keep the importance of the contract in mind whenever they decide to work with the influencers. This week, we will have a look in what is in an influencer’s contract.
We hear your demand for the job marketplace and management tool. With tireless effort on product design, we are proud to announce the beta launch of our new Campaign Marketplace, which is designed for influencers to easily find potential opportunities and manage every job effectively!
Facebook has always been criticized for being insensitive to racist and hateful content for years. On June 17, a group of civil rights organizations called on businesses to “hit pause on hate” and not advertise on Facebook in July.