The Psychology of Change: How We React When Our Favorite Social Networks Shift

Instagram recently changed their logo, and as usual, this new development set the internet ablaze. When social media platforms change, we tend to react badly, especially when they alter their algorithms and force users to adapt the ways that we engage with the platform. Buffer argues that there are clear reasons why social media platforms need to change, and they look at Myspace as proof of how much of a death sentence stagnation can be.

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