Claude VonStroke is not just a great American house DJ and producer, he is also skilled when it comes to social media. VonStroke has gained a legion of loyal fans through interesting Instagram pictures and personal updates on Facebook and Twitter. His trick is to be natural yet tactfully divisive, so that specific groups of fans, from recent events or similar lifestyles, respond. [Read more…]
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