Whoopro pays GHs200,000 to Ghanaian influencers as it marks one year anniversary

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Whoopro, Ghana’s leading self-service influencer marketing platform that empowers and connects brands and digital influencers has marked its first anniversary.

With over 3,500 sign-ups, Whoopro has paid GHs200,000 to influencers who participated in 200 campaigns on the platform within 12 months.

Whoopro continues to be the game-changer in providing cutting-edge and seamless solutions to address challenges faced by brands and influencers during digital marketing campaigns.

Commenting on the first-year anniversary, Eli Daniel-Wilson, Team Lead at Whoopro said “We are excited about our growth so far within a year in connecting brands and influencers. Social media has become a tool that empowers people and brands, and Whoopro is creating economic value for influencers through digital innovation.”

“Whoopro’s unique selling proposition is that it is simple, automated, cost efficient and self-serving. Our objective has always been to put power and control in the hands of both brand managers and social media influencers in a self-serving way,” Daniel- Wilson added.

Whoopro offers three key solutions – Helping brands to find the right influencers; Allow influencers to know their worth and earn more; and provide real-time tracking, reporting and analytics for both brands and influencers.

Find the right influencers for your Brand
Reach the demographics that speak your brand’s language via social influence marketing. Whoopro brings your brand closer to the people that matter to you.

Earn more from your Influence
Turn your influence into revenue by speaking for the brands you love. Do more than just being social. Whoopro allows you to earn money for your efforts.

Realtime Reporting and Analytics
Track your campaigns in real-time. Export your campaign report and analytics with full transparency and the flexibility to change direction, evolve, and scale a campaign anytime and anywhere.

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