Marijuana Legalization ‘Drastically Changed’ Cannabis Marketing On Instagram, Study Finds
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May 23, 20224 min read731 words
Published: May 23, 2022  |  4 min read731 words
The marijuana legalization movement has “drastically changed” the social media landscape for cannabis marketing, according to a new research paper that focused on Instagram trends.While male-dominated, anonymous profiles have been a hallmark of illicit markets, that has largely s...
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Jun 16
One study covered instead of a meta analysis, few sources, and the whole article is basically quotes from the study, with no interpretation or aid by the author to help us understand how this might effect users, the business, ads etc. There's a shift, and all I can tell is it's going from male to female, illegal to lifestyle.
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Jun 17
A great explanation about a study that rediscovered an old truth, advertising with women helps confirm to viewers that products are safe for use. The most interesting part is the difference in perception of the product from an influencer versus a sellers approach. Content explains the study in layman terms so anybody may comprehend the findings.
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