There is still a surprising amount of naivete among influencers and the people that commission them - it's easy to fall foul of the Advertising Standard's Authority:
I can't decide whether this is a good idea for convenience (and to get us out of the home-office) or part of some Orwellian nightmare where we can never escape work. Work-booths in public areas:
Buying reviews, Likes, or comments is never a viable long-term strategy. Instead, focus on creating valuable original content.
"Facebook axes 16,000 accounts for trading fake reviews after UK intervenes"
In the USA, Facebook and Youtube are the most popular social media platforms - but for the moment, Facebook has stalled, and YT is pulling ahead. Is your video content up to scratch?