InfluencerAn individual who has the power to affect the purchase decisions and thinking of others because of his/her authority, knowledge, position or relationship with his/her audience. This individual has a following in a particular niche, with which they actively engage; the size of the following depends on the size of the niche. In Wrench’s app this usually refers to those mast affiliated with celebrity, but it could include writers, bloggers, vloggers, and content creators as well.« Back to Glossary Index
Wrench.Ai today announced it has a new integration partnership with Iterable, a growth marketing platform based in San Francisco, CA.
When it comes to following rules, who isn’t guilty of breaking one or two, here and there? It’s one thing to cut a line, or ignore the speed limit. But when it comes to communicating about your Reg CF campaign, there is no alternative approach: learn what the regulations are and follow them to the letter. Full stop. Here at Crack the Crowd, we’ve read what the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has to say about marketing a Reg CF campaign. It’s not exactly riveting reading, and some of the language isn’t so straightforward. This is why having legal counsel is important; your attorney can interpret the language for ...
On a recent podcast with iTunes, Crack the Crowd CEO Dan Baird had an illuminating talk about Reg CF with CEO, Sara Hanks and VP of Product Management and Strategy, Andrew Stephenson at CrowdCheck. The real dangers of non-compliance was a very interesting part of that talk, deserving a post of its own to highlight its importance to existing and potential issuers. (Don’t forget to check out the podcast!).