Advertising has recently, rapidly added a new wing to its business: celebrity social media #sponcon. Reality TV stars, third-tier entertainers, and bloggers considered famous for reasons nobody can quite name get impressive money to shout out senna teas, waist trainers, and so on. But the FTC may be coming to bust up…
When reformed Instagram “influencer” Essena O’Neill tearfully turned her back on social media this week for being “fake,” her *former* friends, YouTube celebrities Nina and Randa, put up their own video to prove that actually Essena is fake, hello! Teens, am I right? Wrong: guess how old Nina and Randa are?
At first, you could get excited about a graphic representation of influential women in tech. And then you read the text.