Influencer marketing has become essential for e-commerce brands looking to increase visibility and drive sales. In January 2023, we've seen some truly amazing campaigns from e-commerce brands that have leveraged the power of influencers to connect with their target audience and achieve impressive results.

In this blog post, we'll look at 5 of the best influencer campaigns from e-commerce brands in January 2023. We'll also share some statistics to show just how effective influencer marketing can be for e-commerce brands.

A study by eMarketer found that influencer marketing generates 11x more ROI than traditional forms of digital marketing. So, without further ado, let's dive into 5 amazing examples of influencer campaigns for e-commerce brands in January 2023.

1. Use product seeding with mega influencers like FashionNova

Fashion Nova has grown its brand through product seeding, by partnering with well-known influencers with large followings. The company has enlisted the help of around 5,000 mega-influencers who share content that appears more like a casual conversation with a friend rather than an advertisement.

This marketing strategy has been successful for the fast fashion brand, with the company's founder, Richard Saghian, estimated to have a net worth of $1.4 billion and selling $500 million worth of merchandise in 2021 alone.

2. Build your brand with influencers like Sugar

SUGAR Cosmetics, established in 2015 with only two products, is now valued at $30 billion. The founder's use of influencer marketing was crucial to the company's success, as social media marketing and viral videos helped to propel the brand forward despite its humble origins.

3. Gymshark masters the power of memes to make everyone talk about them

To get people started on the “fit life”, Gymshark created Gymshark66. A 66 days day challenge to form a habit with a worldwide community that supports each other in pursuing their 2023 fit goals. Each member must complete a small daily goal to help them achieve their dream goal!

They teamed up with influencers from the Gymshark Family to create quirky memes and post their daily micro-goals for the #Gymshark66 challenge. To this day, more than 788K posts have been published using their dedicated hashtag.

4. Be your own influencer like ROWSE

The Spanish brand ROWSE has taken beauty and cosmetics consumers by surprise with its innovative approach towards influencer marketing.

Nuria Val and Gabriela Salord, ROWSE’s co-founders, are the best influencers for their brand. With a captive audience of nearly 290K followers on Instagram and organic viral content that resonates with their audiences, they topped their game by whitelisting her posts and using them for high-converting ads.

💙 Bigblue client ROWSE uses Influencer Whitelisting on Facebook Ads to reduce their CAC by 30% and increase their ROAS by 5X!

5. Step-up your influencer game to launch a product like Benefit

To build up the hype for its new #Benetint, the cosmetics brand Benefit leveraged the power of influencers. Unless you live under a rock it’s 100% sure you saw this campaign on TikTok in January. In just a few weeks, it has generated over 187M views on the platform.