As esports continues to explode, drawing ever-larger audiences, brands are increasingly leaning into activations with gaming influencers. But which ones are having the most success when it comes to generating engagement and influence from sponsored content?
Eleanor Dowling Semeraro
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Influencer marketing platform CreatorIQ recently released its October Share of Influence (SOI) report for the beauty industry, revealing the global beauty brands that are capturing attention and gaining--or losing--influence. For the second month in a row, Huda Beauty was the No. 1 beauty brand with an 8.57% SOI, notably higher than the No. 2 brand (Morphe Brushes with 4.95% SOI). Overall, the beauty industry generated 246K sponsored posts from 90K creators with 1K brands sponsoring content in October.
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