nfluencer marketing is a crazy world that never seems to stop evolving. From YouTube stars to Instagram models, there is no shortage of social media “celebrities”. Despite all of these opportunities to showcase a brand or product, finding new ways to get new consumers remains competitive for businesses. While influencers, like the Kardashians, have lots of eyes on them, the huge size of their fan base keeps them from truly connecting with their audiences. Micro-influencers, which are influencers in niche markets with smaller audiences, are on the rise in the next wave of influencer marketing. So, what is a micro-influencer anyway?