Anyone with more than 30,000 social media followers considered a celebrity according to advertising watchdog


July 4, 2019 ● 924 views

Anyone with more than 30,000 social media followers is now considered a celebrity and subject to advertising rules, a watchdog has ruled in a landmark case. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) found mummy blogger, Sarah Willox Knott, breached its rules when she promoted an over-the-counter sleeping sedative, as the size of her Instagram following classified her as a “celebrity”.

via telegraph.co.uk

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So there are millions of celebrities on YouTube.... 🤔

And how do they consider PewDiePie? A SUPER MEGA Celebrity?

Christina · 1 year ago
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@Christina: PewDiePie is a God... not a celebrity.

Ronn · 1 year ago
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29,000 more and I will be a celebrity...

life fulfilled 👍

Ronn · 1 year ago
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@Ronn: hey

dasdasfds · 8 months ago
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