Anastasis was the first celebrity to publish a blog in 2011.
And she wasn’t alone.
Blogging platforms were flooded with content after bloggers like Gwyneth Paltrow and Katie Couric became celebrities.
Bloggers and social media influencers are now using their platforms to get the word out about their own businesses and their personal lives.
But blogs are also a way for celebrities to get their voices heard and to get noticed.
And celebrity bloggers are also part of a new breed of social media stars.
These celebrities can post content on their own pages without a fan base.
They’re also the ones making the most money from social media ads.
Celebrities don’t necessarily need a huge following to make money from their work.
They can create a social media following just by creating and sharing content on Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook.
Celebbs like Anastasias posts often turn into huge social media hits.
According to Mashable, celebrities are earning an average of $2.7 million per post.
Anastasos blog is the first one to become viral and has attracted millions of followers.
“I don’t know how you guys can go on for another 30 minutes without seeing that,” she told Mashable.
“You have no idea how many times people are seeing that and sharing it with their friends.
It’s just incredible.”
But not everyone is thrilled with the celebrity blog boom.
Many celebrities have voiced concerns about their celebrity bloggers becoming an echo chamber for other celebrities who aren’t doing the same.
In a tweet, one of Anastans blog’s biggest followers said, “I have a ton of friends who are not bloggers.
It makes me wonder if my friend is one of them.
And then I see all the celebs with a blog.
It seems to me like this is just another way for celebs to get a platform.
I’m not a fan of the trend.”
Anastassas most recent post has garnered more than 4 million shares.
Ana, the former MTV Teen Mom star who recently launched a YouTube channel, also has a blog and has more than 5 million followers.
But her account isn’t the only one attracting thousands of fans.
A video uploaded by the teen mom in 2015, which was titled, “How to Make a Blog to Make Money,” has been viewed more than 100 million times.
Anadolu Aboagbo is the president of the Academy of Media Arts & Sciences and an author.
He told Mashup, “A lot of people are taking the time to read her book.
She’s a really smart woman and her message is very strong.”
He added, “You can see how people are embracing these kinds of platforms.”
Anaconda, the blogger and social influencer behind the “Hair” series, is also a celebrity and has been featured in dozens of magazines, newspapers, and magazines.
She has a YouTube show, an Instagram page, and she has her own Instagram and Facebook pages.
Anacondas blog has attracted nearly 11 million views.
Her Twitter account has more that 300,000 followers.
Anatolu says, “People who follow Anacona don’t just read her posts.
They listen to her.
They share her messages.”
Anadul, the woman who recently became a household name on Instagram after sharing her story of being harassed by a celebrity blogger, also writes for her blog.
She told Mashuup, I don’t like the idea of a celebrity who isn’t a blogger.
She said that I have to give my time and effort to do it.
But there are many other bloggers and social entrepreneurs out there.
Some of them have also gained a lot of attention on the social media platforms.
Anavasi, the founder of Instagram-famous brand “Bravo” and author of “The 10 Most Influential People in the World,” said, I think the social platform is great.
But I think there are some companies that are taking advantage of celebrity blogs and using them as a platform to promote their own products and services.
“The biggest issue that I see in this industry is the lack of transparency,” she said.
“Some of the bloggers who have come to fame aren’t necessarily the best people.
Some are just the worst.”