Influencer Marketing Has an Implicit Bias Problem

The only way to combat it is to challenge it

When you think of implicit bias, you probably associate it more with workplace culture than with social media and internet culture. But it isn’t something we turn off when we leave the office. Surprise—it’s also there when we go on that 30-minute Instagram binge. Just take a look at some of the hottest PR influencer trips of the summer that have taken over your feed, which are also likely all very white and very blonde.

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