The presidential candidates have been throwing the word "Deplorable" around for awhile. Well this is what deplorable is… Making a fraudulent plea for help, getting people to feel sorry for you and then taking their money.
For every good point in something there is always someone that comes along and ruins it for everyone else. Good blogs, bad blogs, deplorable blogs, fraudulent blogs....
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No matter who it is they like to be in the news and get money handed to them. I do not pay much attention to bloggers as half of them you can not trust or believe.
Yeah, I may follow a blogger of a site that interests me, but that is usually something to do with history or society. I don't follow bloggers who blog about themselves.
This happens in the beauty industry every single day. They call themselves 'beauty bloggers', and while there are a few honest ones out there, there's FAR more who desire the money from the cosmetic companies they are supposed to be reviewing. This makes it pretty difficult if not near impossible to find honest opinions about a product or service. There are even surgeons and other practitioners who will offer free services in exchange for a positive review - so often that sometimes beauty bloggers are boasting about how great something is before they've ever received it or tried it.
Yes, everything I read online I read with suspicion. Even from sites like Angie's List. Heck, especially sites like that any more.
That's a great policy to have. Anymore it seems a lot of things on the internet are meant to be misleading. Maybe children of this generation need to have school classes to teach them common sense when it comes to the internet, since I know there are definitely a lot of teenage girls looking at beauty blogs.