Read on...In the beginning, there was Instagram — fresh, new, and ripe for spam.
The photo-sharing site was riddled with fake accounts that liked, followed and hashtagged out the wazoo. Then came the great "Instagram Rapture," Instagram's pledge last December to clean out the fake accounts and do "everything possible to keep Instagram free from the fake and spammy accounts that plague much of the web."
"The Purge" cost famous grammers thousands, sometimes millions, of followers. Users bemoaned the dropping follower account, the diminished likes and the sense of lessened popularity.
Only it didn't work.
Nigerian scams, chain letters, pyramid schemes and anything not auction related.
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