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The Dangers of Instagram

My privacy on social media never really used to concern me when I had a smaller following. I used to post photos of myself with my friends and family, even tagging locations sometimes. Almost one year ago, I decided to take my personal Instagram—which had just under 1,000 followers (all of which I knew)—and turn it into a business account for my photography. I left all of my original photos up but began to add photos from my past and recent shoots. I quickly gained a following and…

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  • Influencers | Social Media , Pepperdine Student Comments
  • Oct 18, 2018

Privacy is like Toothpaste

My lack of privacy on social media concerns me. I realize that once something is "out" it's OUT; kind of like toothpaste, in that what has been squeezed out, can't be pushed back in. Knowing this, I like to think I've become very smart and aware of what I say and do across all social media platforms. I choose not to voice any sensitive and controversial topics in writing. Although I pay close attention to my thoughts, words, and actions, so that they are all aligning with my character…

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  • Influencers | Social Media , Pepperdine Student Comments
  • Oct 17, 2018

Blog Post Title: Brian Dunbar – A Super Bowl Ad Heavy Hitter

Our interview of Brian Dunbar for “The Creative Influencer” podcast is available today for download on iTunes. Brian shared the following takeaway about Super Bowl ads:  

Jon: And, I looked it up and the last Super Bowl had over 110 million viewers. It’s the most watched television show. What kind of pressure does that put you under when you’re producing commercials?

Brian: A lot. First of all, because your clients are investing a huge amount of money—a 30-second Super Bowl ad costs 5 million dollars.

Jon: Now, that’s just the air…

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  • The Creative Influencer , Podcast , Influencers | Social Media
  • Oct 10, 2018

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