We all know that celebrities love to post photos of themselves on Twitter (hey, Rihanna!), but what about those other, seemingly innocuous tweets that qualify as neither pastime or promotion?
It could be a paid-for tweet plugged into the social network for a pretty penny in return.
New York Mag
Well, how much do YOU make per stupid AOL/Huffington Post promotional question? Surely you cannot be so inane as to be thinking up these vapid, prurient or provocative questions on your own?
Do YOU feel the money is worth ignoring your conscience and intelligence?
Why slam celebrities for doing the same thing YOU do, albeit on a larger scale? An ad's an ad, after all ~ regardless of who's posting it or where it appears.
QOTD & Co. are just annoyed because they aren't the ones getting paid to show these tweets.
Why not? Isn't that half the fun? To be exposed AND get paid for it..? Entertainers have been doing this for decades (wish I were so lucky).
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Other people asked questions on various topics, and are still waiting for answer. Would be great if you can take a sec and answer them