It’s been a couple of weeks since Instagram introduced the algorithm. In my blogpost about the change, I gave Instagram the benefit of the doubt, mostly because I felt changing the algorithm would mean more genuine likes and a more loyal follower base. On some level, I feel like this has been true. However, I am quite disappointed about the changes this algorithm has brought with it.

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You might have been aware of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference taking place this past week. And although I couldn’t be there physically, I of course followed the whole thing on the WWW. A lot of the comments on the internet about this conference have been “mehh”, and I kind of felt like I was the only one excited about the announcements. I know Apple hasn’t brought out new hardware or super cool new innovative features, but the things they have shown this past week shouldn’t go unnoticed. I have a Macbook and iPhones, and I know for sure I don’t use them…

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We’ve all heard about it: Instagram’s algorithm change. No longer will posts be seen chronologically, but by relevancy. There have been many negative reactions to the new algorithm, but is it really that bad? When I first heard the news, I was quite skeptical. Mostly because I was so used to seeing pictures in posting order on Instagram. To me, the posting sequence characterized Instagram. Accepting change on a social media platform has proven to be a little difficult. But like many changes on social media, including the new like options on Facebook, they will eventually be embraced. It’s just…

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