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How to Identify a Real Social Media Celebrity Profile It can be difficult to tell a legit celebrity profile on social media from a fake one. While a lot of celebrities use Facebook, Twitter or any other social media channel to link up with family and friends and fans, there are still many celebrity profiles out there which are totally fake. Luckily, these websites are now equipped with a unique system that tells you whether or not a celebrity profile is the real deal or not. Verification Process A real celebrity profile would probably have plenty of likes or stars or hearts, but even that is no assurance of its authenticity. Instead, see if the account bears some type of verification icon used in the site (for Facebook, this is a blue circle with a white check mark inside of it). This leaves the guessing out of the picture. The icon would usually appear beside the main photo or somewhere easy to spot. It will likely appear as well on any other page within the website which links to the profile, such as in the results of searches made within that site.
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Since newer and smaller celebrity profile will probably not get a verification icon (yet), the next best thing you can do is to go over the information in About. Celebrities usually provide details about their work, awards, and academic achievements, and may even include a message to fans. On a personal profile, you may also find a note saying that access to the profile is only given to family and friends (a link to a fan page is often offered). The links added to the About page can also provide clues. Celebrities will usually add links only to official websites and profiles what are verified themselves. Posted Content Just like everyone else, celebrities talk about work, friends, family or their interests on their accounts, so expect personal photos and videos of these things on a real profile. If you’re not sure, check certain details by reading news articles about that specific celebrity. Also, since celebrities have to be cautious with their online posts, a real profile will probably have very few, if any, grammar or spelling errors. In addition, unless a celebrity is particularly known for using controversial language, posts will probably not contain any controversial opinions. Offsite Methods If you’re struggling to find real celebrity profiles or you just want to confirm if a particular celebrity has a profile, try finding clues beyond. Celebrities who are on social networks usually link their social medial profiles and fan pages to their official websites. For celebrities with representation, their agents sometimes add links to their profiles on their bio pages. Finally, if this barely works, you can always ask help from fan sites.