A Group of Influencers Warns: Do Not Be Scammed by This Skin-Care Company
5 monthes ago - By NewBeauty
According to Digital Marketing Institute, 49 percent of consumers depend on influencer recommendations, which describes the influencer-driven advertisements that are constantly popping up all over Instagram. If you have a large social media following, your inbox is most-likely chalk-full of partnership offers, but how can you tell if it's a scam? A recent incidence with cleansing brush brand The SkinGlo shows why you should be extra careful.
For a group of influencers, The SkinGlo offered a partnership that seemed pretty straightforward. According to The Verge , “The SkinGlo was looking...
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