In recent years, influencers have been categorized as raising money through recommendations for a product or service on their websites. Social Websites. However, there are some companies that do not accept this type of plan. Just like the thing of the Mexican chef Edgar NunesWHO An influencer has revealed that he asked for an exchange to go to one of his restaurants.
Renowned chef, through his networks, decided to expose the identified influencer Manuela GutierrezAccording to the Milinio newspaper, he suggested mentioning his restaurant in his Instagram stories in exchange for two bookings.
“At the end of the month I’ll be in Mexico with my boyfriend and would love to see if I can do an ad exchange, where I can recommend them and show their services through my stories on my Instagram. To serve food to both of us, it should be an anchor as a highlight. It will be an honor for me to work with you! The message of influence reads.
“I did not know that eating for free would work”, The chef responded on his Twitter account.
In a blunt way, the chef described the situation as a “classic” of some “international freeloaders”.
“And in my favorite category; ‘International freeloaders’ I leave Manuela #GoodAfternoonTo All (with a quarter of my followers) ”, he posted.
In addition, the chef stressed that there are people who confuse their role as “influencers”. He pointed out that influencers should change lives for the better without asking for anything in return. For this reason, he referred to his father as his best and first influencer.
“An influencer is not someone who buys you anything, an influencer who changes your life, who helps you and improves you without getting anything in return. My first influence is that I am only interested in influencing my father and my daughters,” he concluded.
Notably, Edgar Núñez is a renowned chef who owns two companies: Sud777 Y Jacinta Dining RoomThe latter is recognized as one of the 50 Best Restaurants in Latin America.
For its part, Manuela argued that the chef had barred himself from his social networks And he’s a content creator.
“I know many people do not agree with these forms of work, but the truth is that many creators pay us to do this. When they write to us to offer their services to us, they often pay us, and often it is natural for someone to write to them,” he said.
Finally, he apologized to Nunes, however he insisted that he had not acted badly. “We are in a world where everyone has to agree. They have the right to tell me what they want. I think I did not behave badly. I make a proposal. If he takes it badly, that is not my intention,” he added.
Guttierez is a lawyer who recently graduated, which he points out on his social networks where he says he is proud of the work he has gotten throughout his life. “I was part of the Center for International Trade Law. I was the Civil Superintendent of the Law Office. So no, these are not all travel photos.”
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