We all know about Allegra’s affiliation with the Phoenix Anti-Aging clinic, and that’s all well and good. We also know that it’s supposed to make you LOOK younger. But what if you really wanted to BE younger? Why, adjust the clock of course.
As I mentioned before, Allegra’s age is of no consequence to me, however, it certainly seems to be for her. The blurry photos, anti-aging appointments, and now lying about her age.
Oh sweetie, embrace your age. All 47 years of it.
Typical tweets from the good doctor run along these lines:
These posts were taken from the first page of her timeline. Drama much?
Once you’ve followed her long enough, you’ll notice that she inserts herself directly into drama on a regular basis, and instigates arguments “… online with an Internet stranger…”. Shortly thereafter, she’ll delete all @’s and often claim that she is the victim.
So instead of discussing drama, let’s look at Photoshopped giraffe’s legs.
Aside from everything we can laugh at about LLVVZZ, she is undoubtedly great at branding herself. The numerous accounts, consistent theme, and regular updates all link back to llvvzz.com.
If I were her, I’d have that site monetized (she likely does). Every page view would contribute to her AdSense balance. Every item that she recommends for sale would have an affiliate id associated. I’d even sell “Girls of Twitter” calendars for “charity”. This would certainly help recover from financial issues such as a bankruptcy.
Of course, for this to work, you’d need thousands of followers. Hundreds of thousands would be better (she has this).
So, seriously, good on her (I’m being sincere here). There’s nothing wrong with this at all, although I question the charity calendar. That said, I haven’t dug into that yet to see if there was anything behind it.