Let's be real: Social media as we know it is all about the followers. The more followers, the more likes, and we yearn for those double-digits on Instagram, triple-digits on Facebook, and the increasing follower count on Twitter and Snapchat.
Imgur (pronounced Image-ur) is trying to change that. Imgur, founded in 2009, began as a photo-hosting utility, but has been been pushing toward a new identity as a community-powered entertainment platform for awhile. It took a big step forward Wednesday when it unveiled new features like a news feed and its own spin on GIFs. It's avoiding an essential part of other social media platforms, though: followers. Read more... More about Imgur , Tech , Media Industry , and Social Media Companies