Just like any other small business, like a doctor’s office or a boutique, influencer businesses can change hands.
How Champagne And Chanel's Wedding Blended The Personal And The Professional To Create Influencer Gold
No, I have no idea how much it cost.
The 29-year-old’s cooking videos are blissfully anti–diet culture.
After a decade of being one of the most controversial figures on the internet, Acacia Kersey has had enough.
Buying multiple versions of this Instagram-famous garment has become an obsession for some people.
True crime enthusiasts have always been around, but the internet has taken amateur sleuthing to new heights.
In this week's newsletter: IG missed a big opportunity to mint its own creators on a worldwide stage, and imagining how Apple Fitness+ will learn from/come for Peloton.
What This Week’s “Bachelor In Paradise” Debacle Should Teach Everyone About How The Influencer Economy Actually Works
It's hard to get followers, it's harder to maintain them.
There’s a dark horse for the title of the online celeb with the potential for the most mainstream success: Peloton's biggest star.
How One Influencer’s Handling Of Her Mom’s Serious COVID-19 Case Turned Into Backlash That Is Threatening To Ruin Her Career
The scandal tells us a lot about the minefields internet celebrities face and how they are held accountable for their actions.
When dealing with low-level influencers spreading lies, I’m just not sure calling them out is a net positive.
If you’ve ever wondered how Ally got so popular, she showed the world this week.
Influencers who run MLMs are actually starting their own businesses.
After years of a laissez-faire approach to the popular users who power its apps, the company is now desperately trying to show influencers it cares about their success.
After years of complaints that influencers have “ruined” the sale once called the “Super Bowl of swipe-ups,” many are moving on.
Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks was 24.
Like it or not, influencers run their own businesses, too.
“I watched my career shift from being the busiest I had ever been to obviously have everything come screeching to a halt.”
Like Carhartt beanies before it, Stanley, founded in 1913, has become the benefactor of an online fervor that began completely organically.
By announcing new tools to help people make money, Instagram seemingly wants to woo back some of its disgruntled influencers.