Ed Cotton: Will The Social Power Of Celebrity Threaten Brands?

Ed Cotton: Will The Social Power Of Celebrity Threaten Brands?
technology

Used to be that celebrities owed it to brands to help make them famous and keep them in the spotlight. They still do, but it's going to be a different relationship moving forward.

Ed Cotton, BSSP
  • 8 april 2011

Used to be that celebrities owed it to brands to help make them famous and keep them in the spotlight.

They still do, but it’s going to be a different relationship moving forward.

Soccer star Lionel Messi just went onto Facebook and got 7 million “likes” in a matter of hours.

The ability for celebrities to directly connect with their audience of fans is going to open up significant opportunities for them.

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