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Technology Tuesday August 1, 2017 Wed, 02 Aug 2017 03:13:33 +0000 Technology Tuesday August 1, 2017 Technology Tuesday August 1, 2017 KAMC warning about a popular new app.. that could be a dangerous breeding ground for bullying. bryan the app is called 'sa-rahah', which is the arabic word for 'candor'. it allows people to post and receive feedback anonymously.. and was intended to allow folks to give reviews of their workplace. but since its postings are anonymous.. there are lots of reports of mean people using this to bully others. there are now 15-million people using 'sa-rahah'.. and it's beating out instagram, you-tube and snapchat in downloads in the free app store right now. so check to see if your child has it. bryan so who else is noticing more and more pets showing up on our social media feeds? lauren there's a lucrative reason why it's happening. some people are bringing in thousands of dollars for each post of their pet. our 'mara schiavocampo' shows us how it's done. they're called "pet influencers" - animals with big social media followings that partner with brands to promote products loni edwards - they tend to resonate better with consumers, they reach everyone whether you're a teenager or a grandparent and pets unlike human influencers they're never going to say the wrong thing some pet owners now making this a career, like loni edwards who left behind her law career to start the dog agency, a talent management firm for social media famous pets - a move inspired by her own little superstar 4-year old chloe the mini frenchie mara - what makes an animal connect with people? loni - having a strong brand is important, chloe for example, her themes are fashion, travel and food so the content has to be very human focused edwards says all kinds of brands from makeup to vacuum cleaners are now seeing the value in animals with a large social media presence and reaching out to their owners courtney dasher, an interior designer by trade, now manages the social accounts for tuna - her 7- year old chiweenie - full time courtney dasher there's producing content and then coming up with the captions but then there's a lot of administration, we get inundated with requests from followers and businesses so it takes up time to make sure you're managing the accounts well and the money is nothing to bark at - animals with followings in the thousands - like chloe and toast of toast meets world fame - bring in anywhere from 2 to 5 thousand per sponsored post - pets with followings in the millions like tuna bring in 10 to 15 thousand per sponsored post some of your top dogs - like jiff - the most followed canine on instagram with 6.1 million and boo the pomeranian - the most liked dog on facebook with over 17 million can also make money off merchadise lines, books, commercials and personal appearnces - netting 6 figures in just a year mara: i think she

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