Businesses are often eager to advertise, and there are several ways to do so, such as posting on their website, posting in the forum, or using a business app.
The beauty industry is no different.
A lot of the posts that appear in the business forum are fake, according to the Beauty Forum’s Chief Executive Officer, Jennifer Wann.
“It’s one of those areas that we have to be very vigilant in and that’s why we’re also going to work with the Beauty App.
There’s a lot of really bad business that is going on on Instagram and there’s so many different types of ads, so we need to be vigilant on that side of things as well,” she said.
Wann said businesses should be careful about what they post, because they can be seen by potential advertisers.
“The beauty app will have a whole bunch of things that are happening, so they’re going to be seeing a lot more of these posts than what you’d see in a real forum.
That’s not a good thing for the beauty industry,” she added.
WannaBeBuddy, the beauty app, recently added a disclaimer that allows you to report false content.
However, the app doesn’t seem to have the same level of oversight of beauty ads.
“You can be flagged in the app for these types of posts,” said Wann, adding that Beauty Advisor has a section for users who report posts that they think are fake.
Wren’s comments on beauty posts and Instagram have been echoed by the Beauty Foundation, the makeup industry’s trade association.
“Beauty is in a difficult position because Instagram has such a powerful presence and Instagram is a great platform for brands to be able to reach a wider audience and advertise in the marketplace,” said CEO Julie Dannemeyer in a statement.
“We are concerned that these types