The BBC interviewed a group of formerly highly-paid Instagram Influencers who have either left the business of influencing or have dropped down to only doing it part time. They are finding that a regular paycheck and traditional hours at a …
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Who is a social media influencer and who is simply greedy? Some businesses find it’s better just to say no, as NPR reports.…
The New Yorker has a first person account from Molly Matilda, an Instagram Influencer, who explains why she is so successful with her posts. Her quick list of do’s and don’ts are simple and easy to understand. The work is …