We read about some online influencers who decided to leave their influencer jobs and return to more 'normal' jobs:
Vocabulary Top 10:
roving - going to many different places
swimming in (something) - having a lot of something
endorse - to publicly say that you like or use (a product or service) in exchange for money
sputter - to make loud sounds like explosions; to speak quickly or in a confused way because you are upset, surprised, etc.
validation - to show that someone's feelings, opinions, etc., are fair and reasonable
song and dance - a long story, explanation, or excuse that may not be true or directly related to what is being discussed
shrewd - having or showing an ability to understand things and to make good judgments : mentally sharp or clever
poised - ready or prepared for something
sporadic - happening often but not regularly : not constant or steady
bode - to be a sign of (a future event or situation)
Would you buy a product or service because an influencer recommended it?
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