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Celebrities Are Getting More Interactive on Social Media

Celebrities Are Getting More Interactive on Social Media

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Actors, entertainers and other celebrities such as actors, musicians, chefs, athletes and political leaders are known for giving their opinions on everything from politics and religion to fashion and fashion trends.

They’re a relatively small but vocal contingent of celebrities.

In recent years, however, they have increasingly become involved in social media.

In an era where most celebrities are getting more media coverage and more involved in their own fan bases, it seems obvious that they’d want to get involved in other aspects of internet culture and technology.

As a result, more and more celebrities have become involved in the world of online conversation.

And, in the case of many of them, their social media accounts have been used for expressing their interest in, and opinions on technology, fashion and other entertainment topics.

In 2014, nearly 100,000 British women had tweeted about their hair color, makeup, jewelry and clothes-style on Twitter during one week. More than 4,600 women had tweeted at least three times about their physical appearance in 2015.

Twitter usage by celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Emma Watson and Ryan Gosling rose by over 600% between 2012 and 2016.

According to a 2016 study by YouGov, the average number of tweets sent per person per day increased by more than 800% from 8.6 per day in 2008 to 31 per day in 2016.

The celebrity interest in social media is especially strong in the United States, with over 8,000 celebrities and athletes having a Facebook page and over 2,000 using Pinterest.

The American Psychological Association also recently published a study concluding that those who spend more than 30 minutes a day on Facebook are more likely to go on a date and have a successful romantic relationship.

Meanwhile, a study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance demonstrated that social media use and sharing increase feelings of jealousy and decrease trust.


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