7 thoughts on “Instagram Likes Hidden? Here’s What It Means For You

  1. Honestly donโ€™t think itโ€™s a good idea to do this. Instagram was built on likes, it was built with the ability to like someoneโ€™s photos. Ever since Facebook bought it, they turned into a hell hole. Made it more complicated than it needs to be and now it just seems like itโ€™s another Snapchat, tic tok, and Facebook all in one. ๐Ÿคฌ

    1. Hi Sheila,

      I hear you and have heard a LOT of similar frustrations. The Instagram of today is definitely quite different from the Instagram I remember! I think the best thing to do is make the most of it and understand how we can best make the changes work for our businesses and blogs so we can get the most out of Instagram – as it is. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for your comment and sharing your perspective, I appreciate it! – Kristen

  2. Weโ€™ve had this in Australia for a few months now and although my likes dropped the comments have increased so much. Itโ€™s a much better engagement tool and less double tap pass to the next without really looking or reading

    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Peta! I’m so glad to hear that you’ve seen better engagement from the change, and I’m sure our readers will be happy to hear that too! -Kristen

  3. I am actually looking forward to it! As a micro-influencer, there’s SO much pressure already! Anything they can do to level out the playing field is great news!

    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts! We tend to agree and have heard similar feedback from influencers who are caught up in the pressurized competition that results! I’m so glad this change is a positive for you! – Kristen

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