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Η Emma Hill φορά το ντένιμ της με τόσο διαφορετικούς τρόπους που δείχνει πάντα σαν καινούριο.

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AD – This was not a contractual obligation but this image was shot when shooting a paid post with @topshop and contains some gifted product (see below) Now I’ve written all that I can’t even be arsed to write a witty caption, so here’s a ?, because why not ? ••• – Gifted items paid for with gift card as part of paid collaboration: Jumper, jeans & boots all @topshop who I work with on a monthly basis. – Items bought myself: Bag, Sunglasses ••• All brands are tagged and links (affiliate) to the exact items (and/or alternatives) can be found over on the link in my bio along with all my other outfits ?? #topshopgirls #topshopstyle #chanel #vintagechanel #celinesunglasses #animalprint #winterstyle

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AD – apparently ?? Are you ready for a discussion? Read on… Ok guys so here’s the deal right now, the CMA & ASA have just released new guidelines for us online folk that we now call influencers (aka Bloggers, Instagrammers, YouTubers and Celebrities). I agree with some of the new guidelines and I do try to be as open and transparent about my content as possible because honesty is the best policy but there are other guidelines which I think are a festering pile of shite and will actually lead to more confusion for you guys, the consumers. So, in a nutshell here’s what I’m/we’re now expected to do in order to ‘play by the rules’. 1. Any content you see from me which includes a gifted item from one or multiple brands (tagged or not tagged) must be marked as AD (or ADVERT, but only one of those 2 terms) and it must be right at the start of the post (across any and all channels; blog, Instagram, Youtube etc etc). 2. Even if I’ve bought an item myself but have previously worked with that brand on either a paid or gifting basis or even if I’ve just been to one of their events, it must also be marked as AD and the relationship I have with the brand must be explained in the caption/description box/text. 3. Any use of affiliate links anywhere must be marked (again) as AD whether an item has been bought with my own money, gifted, loaned, inherited, found on the side of the road and so forth. So essentially 95% of posts/content you see from me (and probably most other “influencers”) should be marked as AD which to me seems to defeat the object in determining what is actually ‘paid’. But I’d like to hear what you guys think about all this, so whether you’re a fellow “influencer” or if you’re someone who consumes online content, the floor is yours ?? Just to clarify, for those of you who can’t be arsed to scroll through all the comments ? I’m on board with being transparent, I think it’s incredibly important in this industry to disclaim what’s been paid for a what’s been gifted. I just think it should be AD and GIFTED rather than all AD ??

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