It all started with Facebook, which reduced the content you can see from your friends to about a third. Pinterest was second to ditch the chronological method of displaying feeds, but when Instagram and twitter tried the method, everyone went abuzz. So, what’s this new algorithmic way of displaying feeds? What does it mean to people with huge Social resellers? Well, social networks know clearly that if they don’t control the amount of content their users see in a day, they risk losing fans.
Just think it clearly. You have an instagram panel of about 1000 followers, what if they actively posted on their accounts in a day? Would you wish to see everyone’s content? Most people wouldn’t. You probably only love the idea of having a large panel for twitter, but not the frustration that would come with seeing all their content day by day. Since not very many people want to reduce the number of social media followers they have, I bet we better embraced the new changes you see on your networks.