When it Comes to The Instagram Business Model, We’re The Problem

We can’t keep complaining about Instagram if we continue to be part of the problem.

When Instagram was first released in 2010, it generated excitement like no other app had previously done in the photographic community. Before that, Flickr was the go-to platform for sharing photographic content. But, because of the sheer reach and simplicity Instagram offered, the tide changed, and with it millions of people fell in love with the photo-sharing app – a love that would eventually turn sour.

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