Indian cops have since summoned 18 celebrities who allegedly used these services.
With Instagram ‘hiding’ its likes, reports of falling engagement rates, and investigations revealing that Indian influencers have millions of fake followers, VICE asks: is the age of the influencers dramatically dying or simply evolving?
A study finds that Indian content creators have the third-highest number of bought followers, likes and boosted engagement in the world.
New algorithms are getting better at detecting bots.
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Marco Onofri breaks down the walls between you and those girls you've never met but follow on Instagram.
How had I, a lowly peon with barely 500 followers to my name, so undeservedly received the 6 God's blessing?
The social media service, by encouraging us to constantly seek new followers and encourage fresh favorites, reflects the kind of behavior regularly seen in gamers.