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Astrology an ethereal fluid or occult power regarded as emanating from the stars and affecting a person's actions, future, etc.
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(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Astrologers often speak of the correlation between planetary positions and earthly events in terms of influence, as if the planets actually exert forces—analogous to gravity or magnetism—that cause a particular incident. If pressed for an explanation, however, the majority of professional astrologers would probably offer a different type of explanation, such as the Jungian notion of synchronicity.

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The "Global Influencer Marketing Platform Market (2019-2025)" report has been added to's offering.
Cooperating with the platforms is also essential because, ultimately, they know which influencers have authentic followings.
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The Dubai Press Club (DPC) has announced the launch of the Social Media Influencers Diploma Programme, the region's first accredited diploma programme for social media influencers.
Developed in collaboration with the Mohammed bin Rashid School for Communication (MBRSC) of the American University in Dubai (AUD), the programme seeks to train Arab social media influencers in strategic communications and enable them to produce effective content on social media platforms.
The launch of the first academic programme of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa region for social media influencers will have a direct positive impact on the media content being produced on social media platforms across the region.
According to an article posted by Associations Now magazine senior editor Tim Ebner, influencers on social media do not always have millions of followers.
As TBH Marketing points out: "By virtue of not being human, virtual influencers are easier to work with and creative clashes are at a minimum.
I can say that I, alongside people like Olorisupergal, Demola Expoze and a few other people were the first generation of influencers in Nigeria so we faced a lot of challenges which some of the new generation influencers nowadays are not facing because some people have paved the way.
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