How You Can Clap 200+ Times For A Story

4 updates on Medium, fake accounts, and one funny bug

Kristina God, MBA
Feedium

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How You Can Clap 200+ Times For A Story; Kristina God; Background vector created by freepik

‘A software bug is an error, flaw or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways’ Wikipedia

Recently, I already wrote a newsworthy and therefore very successful article called ‘How You Can Clap 100+ Times For A Story’.

In regard to claps and comments, it’s my most successful article so far with 2.8k claps and around 20 comments.

This is my follow-up post because I’ve discovered four more changes on Medium — one of them is a funny software bug.

1. Purge of fake accounts

You may have experienced that some of your followers left and went poof. Maybe you thought you must have said something stupid in your latest article. As far as I’m concerned, I lost about 30 followers. One day I had around 660 followers. The next only 620. I thought, wow my latest article about parenthood and sex life in the pub Motherload by Erin Hendriksen is that bad, huh? It’s a taboo topic!

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Kristina God, MBA
Feedium

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