Elijah Whaley

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About Elijah Whaley

I serve customers by making brand experiences better through innovative product designs, engaging marketing and compelling content. Always endeavoring to orient brands in the direction of their target customer's needs, while striving to awaken audiences in the digital space. Working passionately to close the gap between product and customer with the ultimate goal of delivering the most satisfactory brand experience possible. - Elijah is a content producer, digital marketer, and passionate advocate for influencer marketing innovation in China. He is the Chief Marketing Officer of the influencer marketing platform PARKLU. PARKLU empowers brands with tools necessary to bypasses traditional advertising and marketing limitations by leveraging China’s influencer marketing ethos. He also Cofounded the beauty influencer brand Melilim Fu. Melilim Fu's flamboyant persona and signature style won the hearts of girls across China making her one of China's premiere beauty influencers. Elijah helps brands and key opinion leaders create content that compels audiences to view, share, and take action. - Visit my professional profile website: www.elijahwhaley.com Please feel free to add me on LinkedIn: elijahwhaley@gmail.com

China Top 10 App, 1st Quarter 2017

By | 2018-03-15T15:08:09+00:00 June 9th, 2017|China Social Networks|

Original Source: Marketing Future: China Top 10 App, 1st Quarter 2017 John Wei from QiYang Marketing Consulting, April 20, 2017 China Apps still keep growing in the first quarter of 2017, as mobile users reach over 800 millions. Here’s top 10 China App according to Analysys. The most popular one is WeChat

3 KOL Bloggers Flipped China Marketing On Its Head

By | 2018-03-15T15:09:06+00:00 June 2nd, 2017|E-commerce, KOL Marketing, Marketing Strategy|

In his book Content Inc, Joe Pulizzi describes a visionary approach to making a business, one that’s becoming increasingly influential as KOL bloggers establish their own multi-million dollar companies. It entails building a marketing channel before selling products. This flips conventional business strategy on its head. The channel-first blueprint is extremely