As seen with our introduction, being famous is very difficult. If you’re reading this article then there are probably already many people who know your name.
It seems like every person you meet these days has heard of or at least talked about you before. Your reputation precedes you and people spread positive stories about you to their friends and family.
This is why it can be so hard to stay unknown for long!
As you likely already know, staying private is an impossible goal in today's society. With the ever-increasing speed of technology, exposing personal information online is almost inevitable.
In fact, we're generating more data than ever before which makes finding privacy even harder. All this info gets aggregated into profile databases that are linked together to make sure everyone knows as much as possible about you.
Luckily for you, here are all the ways LALA IS FAMOUS! (And it'll do the trick without anyone knowing EXACTLY how she is known.
Many people recognize Lola Fitzpatrick, also known as Lala, from her social media presence. She has over 1 million followers on Instagram and almost 2 million subscribers to her YouTube channel!
Her popularity is due in part to all of the fun content she posts on both platforms. Her followers enjoy watching her style tips, beauty reviews, and movie or TV show clips.
She also frequently hosts giveaways via Snapchat, where you can enter for your chance to win prizes. These giveaways are not only for herself but for other brands as well.
By giving away free products, she attracts more attention for the product and company. People then purchase the item or pick up another one that they like instead of going through the process of buying it directly from the source.
This is how digital marketing works! Companies use these strategies to spread their brand message and gain exposure. It does not cost them anything additional unless they market the products themselves.
With the explosion of online shopping, people have found new ways to make money beyond just selling things! Companies have designed their services and products to capitalize on our obsession with buying anything and everything online.
Mostly, these service providers are for profit marketing sites that reward you for your spendings by donating or giving away free items. You can earn points towards cool prizes by spending more at their site!
This is called rewards programs- what many call ‘cash back apps’. Some of the most well known include Ibotta, Shopkick, and Chime (for coffee!).
Ibotta works like this – you head to the app while you're doing some shopping and it will scan all of your purchases and see if there's any extra cash left in returns, discounts, or both. Then they'll give you the difference as a credit card gift voucher or direct deposit into a bank account!
Shoprunner works similarly, but instead of giving you an instant credit, they keep track of your karmic balance and let you reap the benefits when you've paid off enough debts.