Browsing the vitriol in the various chats and forums in categories like Families, Gurus, Instagrammers, Bloggers, Influencers, and Celebs has been described as “dipping a foot into an acid bath”.
Criminals using social media to track and target rich people, who show off their expensive goodies on Instagram with little regard for the consequences, has really skyrocketed in recent years.
The influencer game has morphed slightly with the rise of “genuinfluencers” who aim to give their followers information they crave instead of products they don’t need.
Chronically ill social media users sharing their stories have garnered huge followings, but between some rogue influencers and cancel culture, things are getting nasty.
Some of these pilots have more followers than Hollywood celebrities, and could afford to quit their day jobs to become Instagram influencers.
Norway is leading the charge, so perhaps it’s time to start talking the talk when it comes to #nofilter.
Several social media stars will step inside the ring this weekend, and battle it out to see which is the superior platform.
A number of French social media influencers say they have received financial offers to spread negative publicity about the Pfizer vaccine.
Instagram influencers will do anything for a good photo, but this popular hotspot in Utah may be best left alone.
Influencers who thought they carry on as though there was no pandemic have inadvertently handed followers over to those who critique them.
Social media users will stop at nothing to get the perfect shot, or rack up the likes and followers, but just how easy is it to fake it until you make it?
Oh, the things people will do for the ‘Gram these days.
Even amidst a pandemic, some influencers can’t stop themselves from prancing into businesses to ask for free stuff.
Over the past 12 months, there has been no shortage of headline-grabbing public figures, 100 of whom made it onto TIME’s list of the most influential people in the world.
TikTok users have been participating in the #HolocaustChallenge by role-playing victims of the genocide.
An elderly couple who own a laundromat in Taiwan have gone viral for the fashion they create out of items that customers leave behind.
Instagrammers have been terrorising a New Zealand family by trespassing on their land to frolic in some natural pools.
TikTok likes to pretend that it’s the ultimate platform for creativity and self-expression. And it is – provided you’re wealthy and have a perfect body.
An Instagram account that shows the hilarious truth behind the lies that influencers tell us on social media is proving very popular.
Influencers are under fire for using the hashtag #coronavirus on unrelated posts to score more likes and followers.
Some of the ‘influencers’ on Instagram at the moment are fake, but that doesn’t stop people from following them.
It started as a poster competition, and morphed into a funny short film by Zach Braff, about an influencer in the 18th century.
Some men are attempting to exploit young influencers online by offering them thousands in exchange for sex.
If ever our Springbok heroes wanted to cash in on social media, now is the time. Make it rain.
Looking for a way to build trust in your relationship? Why not dangle your partner off of a mountain and post it on Instagram?
For the past 10 weeks, an Australian influencer couple has been detained for capturing drone footage that the Iranian government deemed “highly suspicous”.
Looks like the travel industry is losing patience with some travel influencers, and their behaviour might have something to do with it.
If you feel like your four-year-old isn’t contributing enough to the household, you could always send them to influencer training camp.
Another Instagram influencer has been accused of faking photos to get sponsorships and followers on the social media platform.
There’s sibling rivalry, and then there’s outing your influencer sister’s fake post on Instagram.