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It’s Time for a Reboot of Influencer Marketing

All that Twitters is not gold: That's the takeaway from a recent blockbuster New York Times report that revealed that celebrities often buy fake followers to boost their Twitter profiles. Actor John Leguizamo, business icon Michael Dell and film critic Richard Roeper were all caught buying fake followers. A firm called Devumo will sell anyone...
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