How Elite Daily Draws On Narrow Networks To Create Their Most Popular Content

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How Elite Daily Draws On Narrow Networks To Create Their Most Popular Content

David Arabov, Co-Founder and CEO at Elite Daily urges content creators and publishers to understand the networks and communities they are tapping into, and even use individuals already within a network compared to bringing in an outsider. Networks can also vary from age and personality to interests and location.

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The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) latest campaign against the wool industry has provoked an online backlash from Australian farmers.

The animal rights group posted a graphic image on Facebook last week that shows California-based, Australian-born musician, Jona Weinhofen, holding a shorn, bloodied sheep, with the caption: “here’s the rest of your wool coat”.

The post attracted hundreds of commenters, many of whom said the image was sensationalised and that sheep shearing was not cruel.

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