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GeraintClarke
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The difference between fans and followers is as glaring as my emo haircut from 2006.

This is a long overdue rant… Wait! Not rant, let’s call it a ‘post’, and something that everyone needs to hear.

Working within an industry of ego’s, of which mine resides, it’s become increasingly apparent that people are clambering for followers like a zombie to un-infected flesh.

The most popular people aren’t always the most popular people. They hide behind a masquerade of intimidating figures.

30,000 this, 90,000 that.

These ambiguous numbers look threatening and suggest power or real authority over the industry in which they lurk.

But what if I told you that you don’t need to sell your soul to the instagram fairy or pucker-up and kiss the ass of the..... (read more on the link below)


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That's an interesting point of view. Some arguments could be opposed, but I think you're mainly right. And I speak as a sociologist specialized in social media. Which doesn't make me right, but I think I'm entitled to an enlightened opinion 😉
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