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Influencer marketing is big business: here are five mistakes the stars (and the brands who sponsor them) should avoid

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par Rebecca Mardon, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Cardiff University
Hayley Cocker, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Lancaster University
Kate Daunt, Professor of Marketing, Cardiff University
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Using social media celebrities to advertise products – influencer marketing – is a lucrative and rapidly growing industry, projected to be worth up to US$15 billion (£10.7 billion) by 2022.

Influencers profit from their online fame by collaborating with brands, endorsing products to their followers in return for a payment (or free goods and experiences).

Some influencers are established stars seeking an additional income stream (the footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, for example,…


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