THUMBS DOWNS: (Fairly) new show in town: Bloggers gone wild
There are too many stories to ignore, with some reaching urban legend status. There’s the blogger who supposedly slapped a PR person at a beauty event, the blogger who shoplifted at a store opening and the blogger who has been hawking her product samples on a popular Internet forum.
Different publicists and brands have different horror stories to tell: about bloggers who demand to be invited to events, bloggers who gatecrash, bloggers who ask for loot bags and then complain about the contents, bloggers who ask for product samples and then sell them instead of writing about them.
Hey, this can be a reality show—Bloggers Gone Wild.
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