"She was getting crazy numbers of likes... but she never really seemed to socialise with anyone, either in the house or externally at uni."
With travelling and parties put to an end, the pandemic made space for a new kind of influencer to take center stage.
A new trend sees Britain’s universities offer Instagram influencers paid-partnerships to endorse institutions they didn’t study at.
Given all the instances of co-living for a shared benefit, it looks like we're at the start of another surge in communitarianism, even if its pioneers don't think of themselves that way.
A sketchy company has been paying viral Twitter users up to $50 to advertise the product. But experts say it's unlikely the marketing scheme is making returns.
"Stripfluencers" are using YouTube to educate others about their profession, including what to expect at an audition and how to walk in pole dancing heels.
Charnas, the founder of Something Navy, has faced scrutiny for allegedly copying designs and for her handling of her COVID-19 diagnosis.
Famous for her "gamer girl bathwater" and trolling Pornhub account, Delphine makes a comeback with lewds on OnlyFans.
Many are navigating a new political reality in which centring yourself and selling product is the last thing followers want to hear about.
Despite the backlash, at least one influencer still refuses to take down her post.