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The top affiliate programs that influencers use to recommend products

Tori Dunlap. Tori Dunlap Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:The top affiliate-marketing programs for influencersAn inside look at TikTok's six workplace principlesHow sliding into DMs can lead to a sponsorship dealMeet the chef who went from laid-off to TikTok star And more, including a breakdown of how m...
Tags: UK, London, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Disney, Newsletter, Trends, Michelin, Gordon Ramsay, Credit Karma, Influencers, SVP, Toole, ICM


10 things in tech you need to know today

Greg Sandoval/Business Insider Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Facebook's CTO is stepping down. Mike Schroepfer, Facebook's chief technology officer and one of Mark Zuckerberg's closest confidants, will be taking a role as "senior fellow" within Facebook next year. Everything we know about his depa...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Cook, Instagram, US, America, Newsletter, Trends, Linkedin, Tech, Tesla, Mit


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report on Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report about Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


Jeff Bezos and his girlfriend Lauren Sánchez meet with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in New York

Boris Johnson (left) met with Jeff Bezos and his girlfriend Lauren Sánchez while in New York. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sánchez in New York on Monday. Bezos discussed climate change and taxation with Johnson, a Downing Street spokesperson said. Bezos said on Monday he would donate $1 billion to conservation efforts this year. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos sat down with UK Prime Min...
Tags: Amazon, Politics, UK, New York, Taxes, News, Instagram, Climate Change, Trends, United Nations, Arthur C Clarke, Boris Johnson, Jeff Bezos, Johnson, Downing Street, Bezos


Facebook fires back at damning Wall Street Journal reports that accuse the company of being 'riddled with flaws'

Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images The Wall Street Journal published a series of reports finding Facebook to be "riddled with flaws." The series found the company turns a blind eye to its impact on everything from young girls using Instagram to human trafficking. Facebook just issued a statement calling the series full of "deliberate mischaracterizations." See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook fired back at the Wall Street Journal following the newspaper's multi...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Tech, Bbc, Nick Clegg, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Misinformation, Afp, Clegg, Tech Insider


Facebook fires back at damning Wall Street Journal reports that found the company to be 'riddled with flaws'

Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images The Wall Street Journal published a series of reports finding Facebook to be "riddled with flaws." The series found the company turns a blind eye to its impact on everything from young girls using Instagram to human trafficking. Facebook just issued a statement calling the series full of "deliberate mischaracterizations." See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook fired back at the Wall Street Journal following the newspaper's multi...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Tech, Bbc, Nick Clegg, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Misinformation, Afp, Clegg, Tech Insider


Facebook spent the equivalent of 319 years labeling or removing false and misleading content posted in the US in 2020

Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images Facebook spent 2.8 million hours, or approximately 319 years, looking for false or misleading information on its platforms in the US in 2020. Some content that was missed included gang violence, human trafficking, and drug cartels, according to the Wall Street Journal. Some groups that promote hate or violence use fake Facebook and Instagram accounts and Messenger to recruit users. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebo...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Sex Trafficking, US, Trends, Gang, Violence, Wall Street Journal, Fake, Journal, Misinformation, Online Abuse, Misleading, Tech Insider, Fake Accounts


Nicki Minaj told her 157M followers on Instagram that she was locked in 'Twitter jail.' Twitter denies it.

Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images Nicki Minaj claimed she was in "Twitter jail" after tweeting about the coronavirus vaccines. Minaj shared a story about her cousin's friend in Trinidad who claims he had a bad reaction to the vaccine. The rapper also says she was invited to the White House; however, the White House claims she was only offered a phone call. See more stories on Insider's business page. Rapper Nicki Minaj, who has been criticized recently for her claims on social media abo...
Tags: Twitter, News, Instagram, Entertainment, Nicki Minaj, White House, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Vaccine, Vaccines, Anthony Fauci, Cnbc, Trinidad, Misinformation, Minaj


Where to spot TikTok creators in LA: from upscale pasta spots to western-themed steakhouses

Lil Huddy with Charli D'Amelio at Craig's in Los Angeles Rachel Murray / Stringer Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:The top creator hot spots in LA, from sushi bars to gymsHow a college student made thousands as an influencerLinkedIn's new $25 million creator fundWhy some colleges have banned stud...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Youtube, La, Advertising, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Linkedin, Justin Bieber, Beverly Hills, Ncaa, JP, Usc, Craig


10 things in tech you need to know today

Apple Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Apple unveiled a bunch of new tech yesterday. The company announced its new iPhones (including an iPhone Mini!) with better camera features and battery life. Plus, it released a new Apple Watch with a slew of updates (including that it can tell if you fall off your bike). ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Spacex, Instagram, Microsoft, New York City, US, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Databricks, Newsletters, Steve Wozniak, Dara Khosrowshahi


Instagram says it did not remove Britney Spears' account after the singer's profile mysteriously disappeared

Singer Britney Spears arrives at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in New York, U.S., August 28, 2016. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters Britney Spears' Instagram account was deactivated on Tuesday without explanation. Instagram told Insider that the platform didn't take action against the account. It's possible that Spears or someone with her password deleted the account. See more stories on Insider's business page. Britney Spears' Instagram account is gone and it's not entirel...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Trends, Creators, Britney Spears, New Yorker, Jamie, Spears, Page Six, Digital Culture, L, Tech Insider, Britney Spears Instagram


Facebook knows Instagram is bad for teenagers' mental health

AP Photo/Jessica Hill Instagram makes teen girls feel worse about themselves, Facebook internal researchers reportedly found. Those findings were consistent across the past several years, the Wall Street Journal reported. Some teens using Instagram said using the service directly led to suicidal thoughts. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook's internal research shows that teen users' mental health is negatively impacted by using the company's photo-...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Teens, Trends, Social Media, Research, Data, Mental Health, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Vishal Shah, Ben Gilbert, Tech Insider, Community Product Group, AP Photo Jessica Hill Instagram


The top women in gaming, esports, and streaming

Rachell "Valkyrae" Hofstetter. YouTube Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:The top women in gaming, esports, and streamingHow music marketers are using TikTok challenges to pay creators based on video performanceWhat a TikToker with half a million fans earns from livestreamingThe simple 2-page media kit a TikTo...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, US, Newsletter, Trends, Nike, Netflix, Davis, Kate Spade, Kim, Asmr, Hulu, Influencers, Lee


Spotify airs Joe Rogan podcast touting ivermectin as part of his COVID-19 treatment, despite the FDA calling it 'dangerous'

Spotify aired Joe Rogan's recent podcast episode where he defended his use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19. Vivian Zink/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images Spotify aired Joe Rogan's recent podcast touting ivermectin as part of his COVID-19 recovery. The FDA and CDC have issued warnings against using the antiparasitic drug to treat COVID-19. Rogan has a history of making explosive comments on his podcast. See more stories on Insider's business page. Spotify aired ...
Tags: Spotify, Science, Media, Instagram, Cdc, Trends, Cnn, New York Times, Fda, Ufc, Kardashian, Wall Street Journal, Caitlyn Jenner, Matt Flegenheimer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Joe Rogan


A creepy virtual influencer looks so human, her skin changes with her surroundings

Instagram Ayayi is a non-human influencer that looks just like a real person. Her skin texture changes depending on the lighting and surroundings, just as a real person's would. She's already starting to work with brands like Guerlain. See more stories on Insider's business page. For some time now, companies have been creating their own virtual influencers.It is what it says on the tin - an animation in human form, developed either to promote a company's own products or to...
Tags: UK, Science, Design, Style, Instagram, Life, China, International, Trends, Strategy, Tech, Inventions, Innovation, Retail, Chanel, Nordic


Buyers and sellers of fake vaccine cards have flocked to messaging app Telegram, which has reportedly seen a 200% increase in sales since March

Pavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images Telegram is a heavily encrypted messaging platform that can be accessed worldwide. There has been a 200% increase in fake vaccine card sales on the app since March. Fake COVID-related products are illegal to buy and sell and violate most social-media guidelines. See more stories on Insider's business page. Shady deals for fraudulent COVID-19 vaccine cards have blossomed on messaging platform Telegram as mainstream social-media compan...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Twitter, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Social Media, E-commerce, Fraud, Fbi, Healthcare, Pfizer, Ahmed, Ftc, Check Point


Some of your favorite Twitter follows may start charging you to read their tweets

Twitter Super Follows Twitter Twitter users can now charge a monthly subscription fee for exclusive content with Super Follows. The new feature allows select users to monetize their content for $2.99 to $9.99 a month. For now, Super Follows is only available to select users in the US with 10,000 followers or more. See more stories on Insider's business page. Twitter is launching a new feature where users can charge followers to view their tweets.The new Super Follows feature allows se...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Tweets, Social Media, Monitise, Paywalls, Subscription, Twitter Users, Tech Insider, Emily Walsh, Jane Manchun Wong


The top LA media startups shaping the future of entertainment and tech

Creator Plus. Wendy Yalom/Creator+ Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:15 LA media startups shaping entertainment and techA management company gets sued by a second OnlyFans modelHow student-athletes are making money as micro and nano influencersWhy a Google developer quit her job to become an influencer And more...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Media, Instagram, Youtube, La, Advertising, US, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Influencers, Ong, University of Nebraska


How to use Messenger's Vanish Mode, a feature that lets you send disappearing messages

Vanish Mode is available on both Messenger and Instagram. Facebook Vanish Mode is a feature in Messenger that lets you send disappearing messages to your friends. Once a friend sees your Vanish Mode message and closes the chat, your message will delete itself. You can access Vanish Mode by swiping up in an active Messenger chat. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. The past decade has seen more and more social media users turn to apps like Snapchat and Instagram to ...
Tags: Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, United States, Facebook Messenger, Chat Apps, Ephemeral Messaging, Temporary, Tech Insider, Disappearing Messages, Facebook Portal, Tech Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli


How to make an Instagram Poll to ask questions or survey your followers

Instagram Polls allow your followers to interact with your Story. PeopleImages/Getty Images To make an Instagram Poll, start by creating a new Story post by swiping right on Instagram's home screen. Ask a yes or no question or any question with two options, then share the poll to your Story. View the results of your poll at any time within 24 hours of posting by swiping up on the Story slide. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Whether they're just for fun ...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Instagram Story, Instagram Poll, Instagram Polls, Tech Reference, Tech How To, Abigail Abesamis Demarest, Eliza Goodwin, Social Media (Reference


The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder who is now on trial for fraud

Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, on July 17, 2019. Reuters/Stephen Lam Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford at 19 to start Theranos, and grew its value to $9 billion. Later, technology flaws were exposed, and Theranos and Holmes were charged with "massive fraud." Jury selection for Holmes' fraud trial began Tuesday. She could face up to 20 years in prison. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, blood-test...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Hbo, New York, Science, Instagram, Abc, California, Steve Jobs, Washington, Cbs News, Finance, Stanford, China, Singapore, US


How to unlink your Instagram accounts from Facebook or each other

Unlinking Instagram accounts can help keep your personal data safe. SOPA Images/Getty Images To unlink two Instagram accounts, you'll need to remove one in the "Login Info" menu. If you want to unlink your Instagram account from Facebook, you'll instead use the "Accounts Center" menu. You'll need to be using the Instagram mobile app to unlink your accounts. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. The Facebook-Instagram-Messenger ecosystem is massive, and if...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Facebook If, Facebook Instagram Messenger, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Facebook Accounts, Tech Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli, Social Media (Reference, Unlinking Instagram


How to clear your Instagram cache and free up space on your phone

How you clear your Instagram cache will depend on what phone you have. Morsa Images/Getty Images You can clear your Instagram cache by deleting the app on an iPhone, or through the Settings menu on an Android. Clearing your Instagram cache can reduce how much space the app takes up on your phone. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Any app that shows images likely has a cache. The cache stores data about the pictures so they can load faster in the future.So as you ...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Cache, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Tech Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli, Social Media (Reference, Clear Cache


How Polaroid went from celebrity favorite to bankruptcy - and is finding new life in the digital world

Instant film pioneer Polaroid was a photographic giant and cultural icon for decades. But digital technology left the company exposed, and Polaroid shut down all production in 2008. The Impossible Project bought what was left of Polaroid and is keeping instant film alive. See more stories on Insider's business page. Read the original article on Business Insider [Author: [email protected] (Noah Lewis)]
Tags: Photography, Video, Trends, Retail, Polaroid, Tech Insider, Noah Lewis, Video Format Rise And Fall


Colleges are taking steps to limit the deals student-athletes can make with brands

Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:Colleges are How much money Facebook pays for 1 million, 50 million, and 100 million viewsThe Washington Post is beefing up its TikTok teamHow a startup is helping Twitch streamers connect with brand partners And more, including nominations for the top affiliate-marketing networks...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Media, Instagram, Washington Post, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Nike, Dave, Ncaa, Ohio State, Livestreaming, The Washington Post, Bose, Influencers


How to schedule Instagram posts from a professional or personal account

There are a few different ways you can schedule a post on Instagram. Tom Werner/Getty Images Scheduling Instagram posts can help you stay relevant and active on social media. You can schedule Instagram posts with Creator Studio if you have a professional account. If you only have a personal account, you can use a third-party app like Buffer. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Having a steady presence on social media is vital to being relevant, and gaining and mai...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Social Media Influencers, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Instagram Business, Create Post, Tech Reference, Tech How To, Devon Delfino, Social Media (Reference, Instagram s Creator Studio, IGTV Click Create Post


Facebook launched a safety feature to protect Afghan users amid fears that the Taliban is tracking opposition on social media

Women with their children try to get inside Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer Afghan social media users, particularly women, fear the Taliban will target their online histories. Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin announced steps they're taking to help secure Afghan accounts. One influencer deleted her accounts, telling followers it was "no longer safe," AFP News reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. Social medi...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Trends, Social Media, Linkedin, Afghanistan, Taliban, Influencers, Reuters, Facebook Twitter, KABUL Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai International Airport, Tech Insider


Seeking nominations for the top affiliate marketing programs for social-media influencers

Vi Lai makes thousands of dollars a month using affiliate marketing. Vi Lai Insider is compiling a list of the leading affiliate marketing platforms for influencers. We are highlighting the top networks which offer high commission rates and access to top brands. Please submit your ideas or nominations through this form (or below) by August 26. See more stories on Insider's business page. Affiliate marketing is one of the many ways influencers make money on social media. Whether it&#...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Influencers, Lai, Paula, Tech Insider, Tiktok, Amanda Perelli Sydney Bradley, Vi Lai, Walmart Airbnb


Instagram's head of content shares his advice for emerging creators

Instagram; Paige Leskin/Business Insider Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:Instagram's head of content gives advice to emerging creatorsHow much money a TikToker with 1 million followers makesTikTok expands its tipping feature for some creatorsWhat a YouTuber with 50,000 subscribers earns from ads And m...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, Las Vegas, Anthony, Influencers, Antony, SCHMIDT, Luong, Kyra, Tech Insider, Trisha Paytas, Alexander Lee



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