Ice Cream is one thing which many love to eat, kids as well as grow ups love to eat ice cream and it’s safe to assume that this sweet dish is equally popular in every age group whether young or old. Today, social media is playing quite an important role in the lives of the people. The globalisation owes quite a lot of influence because of the social media. The people from all around the world come in close proximity with one an other because of these social media outlets. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms have people signed up from all around the globe.
This amalgamation of culture has promoted some balance in the outlook of the people regarding other races. The new generation seems to be a little more accepting for the other races around the globe. Keeping in view, a new breed as formed on the social media, called influencers. Logical Men is itself a form of influencer, however we merely stick to fun and informative content.
Influencers often seek discounts in return to promote the business of the other people. These influencers have a good amount of followers on their social media profile. They often visits hotels and other recreational places; however, in addition to the free enjoyment some of these influencers also seek free food. In return, they tell the owner of the food outlet that they would be promoting his business on the social media.
Ice Cream man charges double to any influencer seeking some discount
This ice cream man got fed up of the so-called influencers; therefore, he decide to do something in order to keep them away. He started to charge them double the normal price of one ice cream. CVT Soft Serveice went to the social media and shared his new policy to charge double to those people who sought free cone.
We truly don’t care if you’re an Influencer, or how many followers you have. We will never give you a free ice cream in exchange for a post on your social media page. It’s literally a $4 item…well now it’s $8 for you. #InfluencersAreGross.
The statement declared the influence to be gross. Definitely, the generalisation is not for those influencers who create quality content and don’t seek any discount anywhere unless they are asked to create some promotional content.
The situation gets even worse when these influences have purchased fake followers just to show-off their followers to such retailers. Even if such retailers entertain such influencers, there is zero benefit for the concerned retailers because of the fake followers.