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Do you ever take down posts that don't get enough likes?

Remember when “like” was a word pertaining to a personal preference or a romantic interest, and not, you know, a virtual metric implemented across social media? No? Neither can we. But whether you like it or not (pun absolutely intended), likes affect a certain portion of the population’s feelings, so much so that should a post not get enough likes, users will take it down. Another vein of society, however, finds this ridiculous. What do you think?

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Do you ever take down posts that don't get enough likes?
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Do you ever take down posts that don't get enough likes?
#NoLikesNoPost
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A post with little to no likes is embarrassing; deleting them is not so much of an overreaction as you may think. In the terms that social media has set today, getting less then 10 (or maybe even 20) likes on a post is a cringeworthy occurrence. Why air that dirty laundry on a platform that, quite literally, exists just to show the good parts of you? Besides, apps such as LinkedIn are where the professionals of society lurk; if a recruiter sees one of your posts lacking it likes, think that looks good for a potential career opportunity? 
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One can also think of deleting “unlikable” posts as a type of decluttering. Social profiles can get so messy that a little organization is key; getting rid of what’s not working is a good way of doing a little spring cleaning. You can only have so many selfies on one page, anyway. 
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We all know social media means nothing in the long run. If you post something and not a lot of people like it then, really, who cares? In the grand scheme of pretty much everything else that could possibly matter, likes on an Instagram photo is not a big deal. People aren’t obsessively spending their time looking through each of your posts and going, “Oh, honey, just five likes, how quaint.” They have other things to worry about. And even if they were doing that, they’re obviously putting their priorities in questionable (read: shallow) places. 

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All that matters is that you’re proud of what you post, and, of course, that you’re having fun with it. If there’s not a lot of response to a certain Tweet or whatever, you shouldn’t let it get to you.  
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Culture
Do you ever take down posts that don't get enough likes?
#NoLikesNoPost
A festive crown for the winner
#LikesMeanNothing