The most interesting social media star is a 24-year-old Australian named Jamey Palmer, who is widely considered the face of the new social media era.
He is an award-winning social media producer who makes his living by creating and sharing memes and videos, often with the hashtag #jamey.
Palmer, whose real name is Jai Bhatt, has made the news more than once this year for his efforts to create viral videos that make it seem like everyone has access to Facebook.
The video that started it all?
Palmer’s viral video “You Are The Messenger.”
In the video, Palmer tells viewers that they need to make the “right decision” before voting.
“Vote for a woman and you can get all the benefits of the U.S. tax cut, and it’s free!
And you can vote for Donald Trump, and he’ll pay you nothing!”
The viral video has since been viewed over a million times, according to the site Daily Beast.
“It’s the first time I’ve had people tell me, ‘You are the messenger,'” Palmer told Newsweek.
“They say, ‘I know who you are and I’m voting for you.’
And I tell them, ‘No, no, no.
I’m the messenger.
I am the messenger.'”
“It has just been a wild ride,” Palmer said.
Palmer is the founder of the popular Australian social media site, We Can Change Everything, which has amassed more than 6 million followers on Facebook.
Palmer’s most popular posts include a series of video clips that show people making a series in different languages using social media.
He has also created dozens of videos and animated GIFs of himself dancing to the sounds of a popular song.
Palmer has gained an enormous following among his fans for his unconventional approach to creating viral videos.
“I’m not doing this for any financial reward, but for people who have the courage to do something different, to do things they don’t normally do,” Palmer told Reuters.
“This is really the beginning of something really great.”
The viral videos were also featured in the cover story of Newsweek magazine, which reported on Palmer’s efforts.
“He’s just the best in the world at making viral videos,” Palmer’s brother, Daniel Palmer, told Newsweek in an interview.
“We love it.
He’s just so talented, so creative.
And we know that he’s going to continue to grow.”
Palmer told us that his success is a result of the hard work and dedication he has put in over the years.
“People come up to me and say, I’ve seen you make these videos, I’m going to support you,” he said.
“The answer is, ‘Yeah, but I’ve never actually done this before.’
It takes a lot of work.”
And it is all for a cause.
Palmer said he was inspired to create the viral videos after his mother and father, who were both diagnosed with ALS, died in 2015.
Palmer explained, “They were both in their 70s, and the world was in shock and they both had ALS.”
“I had no idea how serious this disease was,” Palmer recalled.
“So I went to Australia, and I met some of these really amazing people who told me they had ALS, and they were just as shocked and they just wanted to know if I could help.
And I was like, ‘Yes, let’s do this.'”
Palmer’s videos have helped to spread awareness about ALS, but he hopes to inspire people to take action to prevent the disease.
“My goal is to get as many people as possible to start taking action now, because we’re going to lose over 1.8 million Americans in this time,” Palmer added.
Palmer also hopes to use his viral videos to help spread awareness of a vaccine that is now in clinical trials.
Palmer hopes the vaccine will be used to treat the disease in humans as early as this year, though he said he is still awaiting FDA approval.
Palmer was also honored at the 2016 SXSW Music Festival for his work with the ALS Association.
“If it’s successful, it will help millions of people in the United States and around the world,” Palmer stated in a statement.
“In the meantime, I will continue to promote and encourage others to take the first steps toward preventing ALS.”
Palmer is currently working on a documentary, “The Voice,” about the ALS Society and the ALS Research Foundation.
Palmer told the magazine that he hopes the film will help raise awareness of ALS.
“And if it doesn’t, I hope that it will get some traction,” Palmer shared.
“But the fact that it’s happening is amazing.”
Palmer’s “You are The Messenger” viral video became so popular because it made people feel as though they could actually vote.
“That was really a real turning point,” Palmer noted.
“Because I had just started to do this work, and my mum and dad had passed away,