Sorry, you can't "follow" me easily, except by visiting me here, at my house.
I rarely use social networks, sometimes Twitter or VK (the Russian Facebook) exclusively to exchange information with a small circle of well-selected "elected ones", I rather use photographic portals like Zonerama or 500px or better yet blogs like Tumbrl only as personal showcases (vainglory alas ) or more concretely as a physical storage space, but you will not find my "works" and my thoughts on the world of social media, I have gradually abandoned them all, also due bad and disappointing experiences-
Social networks are the emblem of a world that is now over, already ashes as far as I'm concerned, I no longer have any intention of throwing myself to the crowd. I consider it an absolutely false, hypocritical and fake world, a "plastic made" world, where much vaunted words such as democracy and freedom are only empty and misleading simulacra, those democracies and freedoms that are only valid if you conform to their truths, perhaps those profound and wise truths certainly certified by those official or institutional sites that are so committed to hunting fake news! But fortunately life is elsewhere.
We then consider that every person has their own truth and that every being is a world unto itself, but the majority do not understand this and they elevate themselves to judges and champions of their visions, often hallucinated. Add to all this the curious (and then curiosity would also be positive, it would be of great value if it were aimed at knowledge and dialogue), the envious, the sterile who only have time to waste, those who have the hobby of break the balls, those who have their cousin who does it better, the fact-checkers and the trolls, and the minestrone is well served. Of course these are just my very personal points of view.
However, it is not a purely "modern" question, given that Seneca also wondered about the same questions more than two thousand years ago:
"The crowd: You can't risk hanging out with her yet.
There is no reason why the vainglory of flaunting your ingenuity brings you among people with the desire to give public readings or to give dissertations. I would leave you the freedom to do so if you had merchandise suitable for these people. But there is no one who can understand you.
For whom then did I learn? Do not fear that you have labored in vain, if you have learned for yourself.
That man also expressed himself well when, having been asked what purpose his so much diligence had in an art destined to reach a very narrow circle of people, he declared: A few are enough for me, one is enough for me, even none are enough for me.
Epicurus wrote in a letter to a fellow student: These things I address not to many, but to you, because we represent a more than sufficient audience for each other.
Your positive aspects aim only at internal approval."
Seneca - Moral letters to Lucilius