Cosplay artist Jessica Nigri, who has millions of followers on various social media platforms, is not the first to say that Facebook and Instagram are approaching the end.

However, the words reveal how far both platforms have moved away from their purpose. Social media giant Facebook has undergone countless evolution since its inception in the first years. It is now like a country whose borders cannot be defined globally with over 2.2 billion members. But, like every country, there is a big problem for such a large population: aging.

Facebook was a platform that soon became old due to its users and was no longer accepted by the new generation. For this reason, he bought Instagram a few years ago and rejuvenated the population. This move was like an adrenaline poke for her. Over time, this energy was exhausted, Instagram and Facebook became two different platforms where similar innovations were applied.

Applications like Snapchat, which young people prefer more, hit Facebook with the real blow. This time the social media giant started to take over the features of these applications. The goal was the same as it always was: keeping the user young.Jessica Nigri, who has 4.7 million followers on Facebook, is interested in Cosplay, a cost-effective arts festival in the 21st century. Having such a huge fan base can be a sign that you have to understand social media affairs and even understand it.

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Nigri, who took a documentary about her profession, assessed the crash signals in the social media debut during an interview on her documentary. All of the social media platforms that should help her did not offer equal opportunities, so she hit the spot. Many content producers and social media companies like Facebook are suffering from financial losses due to the ever-worsening algorithm.

Nigri has 1.2 million subscribers on the YouTube channel and says YouTube is more trustworthy than Facebook in terms of earnings justice. Facebook algorithms that have been refreshed in the past days affect viewing numbers in videos significantly, Nigri is harassed:

“In general, I’ve noticed that videos are less accessible than ever, it’s about the fact that many people are dependent on social media to show their work and find new audiences.”

Nigri feared that the same events would follow Instagram, which works with similar algorithms after Facebook. It is enough to look at both applications’ video streaming systems and the similarity of the proposed content on the main page to claim their concerns.

So what do you think about this issue, are we coming to the end of Facebook and the platforms that are connected to it?


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