If the pandemic has shown us one thing, it’s that we crave the personal touch. In a time of quarantine, isolation and social distancing, we are seeking out person-to-person contact to remind us of our humanity. Influencer marketing is changing how we view our communications and our messages during this time – and this time of crisis is in turn changing how we model influencer marketing.

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