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The millennials as we are fondly called, spend a major chunk of our everyday life on the interweb. From Facebook to Snapchat to Instagram, virtual reality has become our only reality. Like they say, "<em>If you didn’t post it, did it really happen?</em>”.
The never-ending battle of getting more likes and comments has become the new currency, everyone wants to get rich on. And a few fortunate ones who are able to cash in on it are the "influencers”. However, Instagram that has given rise to a whole new alternate profession of influencers is about to do the unthinkable. Starting May Instagram is testing a new feature of ‘hidden likes’ in selected countries. This means that "As you scroll through your feed, there are no like counts,” explained Mark Zuckerberg at F8. "You can see who liked a photo or video, you can tap through to see [the list], and if you have the time you can add them all up yourself.” This basically means that instead of posting a photo and anxiously waiting to see who double taps, there are no numbers at all.
This ‘hidden likes’ feature is basically targeted to tackle self-esteem issues and to make social media more personalized. Instagram head Adam Mosseri said that he wanted the platform to feel "less like a competition”. This new feature throws the self-proclaimed popularity metric of more likes and comments out of the window, to bring in a freer and less competitive environment. But what about the influencer market that runs on likes, comments or rather how they term it as engagement?