Beautifully, there is a new digital trend on the sun-splashed horizon and it involves recruiting “social media professionals” to ensure that your spicy hot Instagram account will not be stable when you are travelling or enjoying on your holidays.
Babysitter monitors children, petsitters watch over our beloved animal companions so it stands to reason that social media accounts are available for monitoring, are equally as precious as the denoting a thing like sit-ables. As per the report of Fox News, a hotel chain, IBIS, in Switzerland considers the pain of social media users painting a dough out for expensive and very Instagram-able vacay only to either spend the majority of the trip scouting photo ops and to post in your account or to really enjoy the time to spends the majority of travel time away but suffering from a big case of FOMOO – fear of disappearing online. It may be a very bad time that you have strengthened your Instagram game just to went on a wonderful holiday, where you can dive in the crystal clear water while you’re busy diving into crystal clear waters.
It seems the same as- everything will change for a holiday social media addiction in an Ibis hotel. The hotel chain now gives the excellent service of social media sitter where a local “influencer” temporarily takes over your account, while you can enjoy your holidays or a vacation trip with family and about having the time of your life. The influencer will post breathtaking, jealousy-inspired photos in your account, while you unwanted, free of everyday stress and stress from the digital trend of ‘social media sitters’.
For guests who choose this service, they will be opened around $ 89 for “Digital Detox” and their social media will provide their assigned sitter with a list of expectations for login information and content. The social media sitting service will be designed to some extent in line with the unique sense of style with a mini-consultation to ensure that all of the richness of the excellent location being visited will be captured and shared.