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$20 Million Dollar Condos Sold with the Help of Influencers Marketing | Why The Real Estate Industry Needs Social Media Influencers

Real estate is one of the most lucrative industries in Vancouver accounting for over $2 billion revenue for the government just in the previous year. As with any hot industry, advertising becomes paramount since the competition rises amongst the companies and realtors who want to get a piece of this pie. Recently, one of the…

Five Influencer Etiquette Rules for Successful Partnerships

Influencer marketing is on the rise, and it is one of the most talked-about & somewhat controversial topics in marketing these days. The rate of influencers for sponsored content, disclosure policies, bot followers, and performance metrics are still not clear-cut when it comes to brand-influencer partnerships. There are still no universal rules or guidelines to…

Sidebuy Influencer Feature | Annabelle of Mixed Hues

Check out our interview with Annabelle, the creative influencer, behind Mixed Hues: Sidebuy: Please share a bit about yourself and your blog: Annabelle: “My blog lies at the intersection of fashion and feminism, two very large parts of my identity. I launched it on January 1st of this year as my New Year’s resolution and…

Give Guatemala: Fashion That Gives

In our previous two blog post posts, we’ve been showcasing some of our favourite¬†brands that are leveraging creativity to offer sustainable products without¬†compromising uniqueness, aesthetics and quality. In this post, we are featuring another local favourite that is¬†implementing sustainable practices not just in their offerings, but also to improve the lives of the people that…

IDS Embraces Sustainability Without Compromise

The Interior Design Show Vancouver (IDS) this weekend offered an abundance of design-centric enthusiasts who came together to represent the Pacific Northwest design community. The exhibition was an eclectic mix of local start-ups and artists to industry leading brands and world-class designers. While the range of exhibitors was pleasantly diverse, pulling from realms of fashion,…