Singapore pet influencers bring in the dollars on social media

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Singapore pet influencers bring in the dollars on social media” – below is their description.

Two white terriers, named Sasha and Piper, are among a growing number of pet influencers on social media in Singapore. The lucrative trend is fuelled by a rise in online shopping and pet ownership during the Covid-19 pandemic. With 24,000 Instagram followers, the duo bring in about S$500 (US$373) for each marketing deal, endorsing products ranging from vacuum cleaners to shoes.

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