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Topic: selena gomez

Selena Gomez's Social Media Posts Are Evidently Worth $550,000 Apiece

Women rule Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Celebrity women are absolutely dominating social media when it comes to personal branding nowadays, and Selena Gomez is the queen bee of digital buzz. According to measurement company D'Marie Analytics,…

Why Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima Loves Sharing Nude-Faced Selfies

Will she show up in the 2016 Super Bowl ads?

Specs Age 34 Claim to fame Model and actress; longest-running Victoria's Secret Angel in the brand's history (the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show airs Dec. 8 at 10 p.m. on CBS) Base Miami Instagram…

Facetime: Magazine Parties and TV Celebrations

Caitlyn Jenner, Bonnie Hammer, Les Moonves, Amy Schumer and more

Check out photos from Glamour’s 2015 Women of the Year Awards at Carnegie Hall in New York, CBS This Morning's celebration of 1,000 episodes, and the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

How Celebrities With the Best Instagram Engagement Are Helping Brands

A look at the top 5 stars to partner with

While Instagram is becoming a bigger advertising platform, marketers can still sign content deals with celebrities to work around paying the app for promos. So Zefr dug through celebrities' Instagram engagement data…

Selena Gomez Takes a Page Out of Taylor Swift's Instagram Songbook

Lip-sync of other stars' tunes are becoming social video gold

Last week, Taylor Swift was the No. 1 celebrity on the Adweek/Shareablee Instagram branded video charts after she posted a clip of herself driving in a car while lip-syncing to…

Selena Gomez, Kids With Guns and a Hitchcockian Rachel McAdams in this Weekend's New Movies [Video]

Our weekly mashup of trailers

Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo is the greatest movie ever made—at least according to last year's Sight and Sound magazine worldwide poll of film directors and reviewers. Indeed there was  once a…

Newsstand Realities

Audiences may be more fragmented than ever, but fresh faces and reality stars still sell magazines

With American audiences becoming more segmented than ever, it can be hard to predict which celebrities will sell magazines. Just ask Larry Hackett, the managing editor of People. “It’s not…

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