Top 6 Influencer Management Platforms [2020 Update]

Are you using a spreadsheet to record and manage influencer lists?

We’ve all been there!

Spreadsheets do have their limits. If you are scaling up and are looking for a platform to support your influencer marketing efforts, consider an Influencer Relationship Management (IRM) platform. It’s basically an influencer CRM.

There are hundreds of  influencer marketing marketplaces and platforms around. However, when it comes to influencer management capabilities, it can be difficult to choose the right solution. Take a look at our quick reviews of top 5 influencer relationship management tools to help you take the next step in your influencer marketing journey.

NinjaOutreach

If you are looking for an easy to use influencer management tool, then you should consider Ninjaoutreach. For over 6 years, Ninjaoutreach has evolved to become more than just a PR tool. 

Ninjaoutreach helps you to build a solid professional relationship with relevant influencers and manage the ongoing activity with them. The platform automates your outreach process and follow-ups. With Ninjaoutreach, you can create email templates, organize your contacts, send periodic messages and use smart tags to easily filter through your influencers.

Influencer CRM- Ninja Outreach

Pros:

  • Organize your Influencer list easily
  • Saveall your communication with each influencer via email integration 
  • Use smart tags to easily work with hundreds of influencers
  • Choose from pre-designed templates
  • Good customer support
  • Easy to use (Provides short tutorial videos)
  • Inexpensive compared to the other solutions on this list

Cons:

  • Includes only Twitter and Instagram data
  • Loads slowly occasionally
  • Lacking all the fancy features other influencer CRMs offer

Website: ninjaoutreach.com

Ninjaoutreach has a 14 days free trial period that allows you to test the functionality of the tool. After the trial period, you will be required to opt-in for the monthly (Flex – $120, Pro – $399) or year (Flex – $588, Pro – 1788) plan.

Traackr

Traackr has one of the best-known influencer marketing platforms around, having started right at the beginning of the industry. The platform features a comprehensive influencer database with a great set of search filters.

Other features include audience analysis, visualisation maps, social listening and campaign tools.

Traackr Influencer Management Tool

Even a quick read through of various Traackr reviews shows what people love the most about them:

Pros:

  • Variety of influencer discovery and management tools
  • Comprehensive influencer database
  • Customer service
  • Reporting and analytics
  • Ease of use

Cons:

  • It can sometimes take up to a day to process a bulk upload of influencers
  • Constant updates to the UI means that customers hardly get a chance to master it

Traackr pricing is based on usage like most influencer marketing software providers. With top clients like L’Oreal, Microsoft, and Samsung, it is not surprising that their starting package is $30,000.

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TapInfluence

Founded in 2009 as BlogFrog, TapInfluence came about in 2013 and was recently acquired by a pioneer in the modern influencer industry – IZEA.

They describe their product at as “Technology powered by an opt-in marketplace of content creators, influencers and over eight years of real-life program data”.

Tapfluence Influencer Management Tool

The platform offers an influencer database for discovery and outreach, analytics, and a suite of campaign management tools. For influencers, the platform is free to join and they boast an average cash compensation of $763.50 p/month.

Pros:

  • A truly end-to-end product for influencer campaign management
  • Ease of use
  • Ability to segment influencers according to your campaign needs
  • Real time reporting

Cons:

  • A limited set of influencers in Asia and America
  • Pricing is out of reach for many smaller companies

According to Influencer Marketing Hub, TapInfluence pricing starts at $1999 p/m with custom pricing offered for agencies and enterprise-level companies.

Onalytica

Onalytica positions its influencer marketing platform as a technology partner to brands and agencies, and is an established industry leader. The company offers a mix of technology with teams dedicated to analytics, influencer activation, and customer success.

Onalitica homepage

Onalytica’s IRM tool is better suited for finding and managing influencers, rather than creating and managing campaigns.

Pros:

  • Powerful analytics
  • Large influencer database of over 700,000 members
  • Dedicated customer service

Cons:

  • Campaign management is not a strong point
  • A large database leads to irrelevant influencers entering search results
  • Not the easiest to use, a lot of training is required to master the platform

For specific pricing, you’ll need to talk to Onalytica directly, but in general the platform is a good fit for medium to large sized companies.

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Upfluence Software

Upfluence provides an easy-to-use influencer marketing platform suited for influencer discovery, social listening and campaign management. They describe their search engine as the “Google of Influence”, and results can be filtered by geolocation, social network metrics, and language.

Like most social influencer platforms, Upfluence has its pros and cons. Although, these really depend on where you are in your influencer marketing journey.

Upfluence Influencer Management Tool

Pros:

  • An influencer database of nearly 1 million users
  • Social listening
  • The ability to apply a weight to certain keywords when filtering results

Cons:

  • The interface case be challenging to use
  • One can only filter audience data on Instagram

Information about Upfluence pricing is not available on their website. However, it is safe to say that they are in the upper-enterprise range due to their client list.

AspireIQ (formerly Revfluence)

Revfluence was founded in 2013 and rebranded to ApsireIQ in 2018. The company describes its platform as “Enterprise-grade software with everything you need to work with 10x the influencers in half the time”. AspireIQ boasts a portfolio of some big brand influencer marketing clients such as Dyson, T-Mobile, and Kroger.

Aspire Influencer Management Tool

Pros:

  • Good customer service
  • Saves marketers hours of time
  • Ease of use

Cons:

  • Occasional glitches and bugs
  • Not set up for long-term influencer relationship where contract terms may often change

AspireIQ / Revfluence pricing is customised based on the size of the team and number of campaigns. They offer 3 levels of pricing: Basic, Pro, and Enterprise.

More top influencer management tools and platforms

We know that creating your own social influencer network can become a tedious practice, and a lack of centralised data and analytics could mean that you are “flying blind”.

We also know that sometimes you might need more than one tool. So here are a few more tools and platforms that specialise in data-driven influencer relationship management:

References:

Influencer Marketing Hub: https://influencermarketinghub.com/

G2 Crowd: https://www.g2crowd.com/categories/influencer-marketing

Capterra: https://www.capterra.com

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