WHY INFLUENCERS ARE FOCUSING ON THE BIGGER PICTURE AS ADVOCATES

In 2020, we will see a fundamental shift in how people think about the world. This is due to the growing pressure of issues threatening human existence: climate change, space races, income inequality, food shortages, water shortages, fires, floods, etc. As these threats grow, we will see various forms of marketing change mostly because we...

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