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Our Favorite Influencers

Our Favorite Influencers

December 6, 2016 0 Comments

Last month we shared the “Top four tips for selecting an influencer.” With this advice in mind, I wanted to share a few of the Allidura team’s favorites as well!

Jessica Seinfeld

Allidura’s Jessica Birardi is a fan of another Jessica – Jessica Seinfeld that is. The wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld is a mom, cookbook author, and philanthropist with her own sense of humor and a squad filled with cool friends, to-boot. According to our own Jessica, “in my next life I want to be her.”

Gabi Fresh

For inspiration in all forms, Jillian Gray turns to body-positivity activist and fashion blogger, GabiFresh. Jillian loves her because, “she’s relatable, colorful and creates fun and fierce looks accessible to everyone.” Agreed.

Jessica Merchant and Ilana Wiles

Dana Cormack couldn’t pick just one influencer as her favorite! Dana chose the bloggers Jessica Merchant, author of food blog How Sweet It Is, because “she’s so genuinely enthusiastic about what she does and the support she has from her readers,” and Ilana Wiles, author of parenting blog Mommy Shorts, because “her brand is always funny, inclusive of every type of mom and real.”

Emily Ley

It’s no surprise that our impeccably organized Rose Anna Kaczmarick chose an equally organized influencer as her favorite. Emily Ley created the Simplified Planner and captured Rose Anna’s attention because, “she’s a badass entrepreneur committed to making people’s lives simpler and creating more time to enjoy it!”

Ann Friedman

When considering my own favorite influencer the first person that came to mind was journalist, podcast host, and newsletter maven, Ann Friedman. She doesn’t do one thing I don’t like. She’s incredibly on the pulse when it comes to a wide range of topics, from politics to pop-culture. I would do nearly anything she told me to.

Who is your favorite influencer? We’d love to hear your recommendations in the comments below!

This piece was originally posted on Allidura’s blog here.

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