If you’re a fan of the Kardashians, you may be wondering why they’re using fake news to spread their false narratives.
They are, after all, the biggest and most popular group of celebrities in the world.
It’s a great marketing opportunity.
And they are using it to their advantage.
According to a new study published by The Atlantic, the Kardashian sisters’ fake news campaigns have been a $100 million-a-year business.
And, as their success has grown, so has the fake news they have peddled.
They have been able to exploit people’s trust in their stories, and in the process, to spread misinformation and falsehoods.
In fact, the Kardashian sisters’ campaign to get the word out about their breast augmentation surgery was a $60 million-plus endeavor.
“When the Kardashias go to the media, they often get all of the negative attention,” said Chris Stirewalt, a social media strategist and senior fellow at the Atlantic Institute.
“But it’s always worth looking at their brand.
Their marketing has been successful in helping them spread misinformation.”
The Atlantic study analyzed nearly 10,000 Instagram photos posted by the Kardashues between December 2015 and August 2017.
It found that their “media content” was “designed to promote the Kardashia brand,” according to The Atlantic.
That’s a pretty good description.
The Kardashians’ stories about their breasts are often sensationalistic and false, with images that promote their bodies.
And the photos often include a fake caption, usually one that appears to say the Kardashiams are supermodel or a model from the Kardashienes.
The story often ends with the Kardashie sisters having to confront the person behind the photo.
For example, one Kardashian photo included a caption that read, “I think you can see my boobs.”
The caption read, “[T]here are more than a few women who think my breasts are supermodels, but I think you’d know me better as an ordinary person.”
It’s not the first time the Kardashies have gotten in trouble for using fake content on social media.
In 2017, a photo that appeared to show a model’s breasts appeared on the Kardashian Instagram account, with the caption, “Can you believe this?
My breasts have never looked so big!”
And in 2017, the family was criticized for a photo of Kim Kardashian’s family with their children that featured the family with an infant and an infant with a baby on top of it.
In an article published in the Daily Beast, reporter Michelle Goldberg detailed the “disgraceful” images the Kardashian family was using to promote their breast-enhancing surgeries.
“I know I’m not the only one who was shocked by the photo, but the Kardashes are the biggest media force to date, and they are shameless about their fake news,” Goldberg wrote.
“We are so used to seeing celebrity photos of celebrities with full-on tummies, it’s shocking to see a Kardashian family with two children and their mother’s breast.
Even worse, the image was shared more than 6,000 times and was reposted more than 10,600 times on Instagram.
What was Kardashian-themed surgery all about?
While it’s easy to see how the Kardashian brand is the main selling point of their brand, the reality is that the Kardashiones’ business model is about selling beauty products, and getting followers and viewers to buy into their marketing strategies.
“What the Kardashys are selling is products.” “
People don’t see the brand as the one that’s selling beauty,” said Stirewhal.
“What the Kardashys are selling is products.”
But that doesn’t mean the Kardashios are making money off of it, Stirewal said.
“It’s not a pure business model, because they don’t sell a product,” he said.
Instead, the brand is about building relationships with the Instagram community.
The Kardashian sisters were able to build this relationship through Instagram.
They built their following through their Instagram accounts, which are designed to promote beauty and create positive social interactions.
And because of that, Instagram can become a great platform for marketing.
Instagram can provide valuable insights into people’s emotions, such as how they perceive the Kardashinees’ products and the products themselves.
It can even provide useful insights about brand behavior.
“Instagram has helped us to understand the brand and what it’s about,” said Kristin Johnson, who works for the Kardashian Family Foundation.
“So now we can see the Kardashines’ brand and understand what they are talking about.”
In other words, the more people who use Instagram, the better the brand’s chances of staying alive.
And as it becomes more and more difficult for brands to keep up with the social media onslaught, they will have less and less opportunity to stay relevant.
Stirewar said that the Kardashians have done a good job of keeping up with their audience,