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Jun 23

Because more than half of all Facebook and Twitter accounts are fake, social media ‘influencers’ are losing influence among advertisers

More than half of all Facebook and Twitter accounts are fake. And both Twitter and Facebook make money by selling fake “followers” and “likes.”

Prominent politicians and even musicians and actors purchase fake followers. Hillary Clinton purchased more than 2 million followers during her 2016 campaign.

And both Twitter and Facebook have been repeatedly caught manipulating content to promote pro-government memes and themes.

Now advertisers are spending less and less on ads featuring social media ‘influencers.’