If you haven’t read the post by Meghan that came out on the Twitter update, catch it here. Many believe this is a result of the harassment on social media and the fact that Facebook’s feed is perceived to be better for users and for the company monetarily.
My first impressions of the new Twitter updates, I expressed in the comments section of Meghan’s post:
I think this could be a game changer if adopted, but people use Twitter because they don’t like Facebook’s newsfeed so I don’t see that part of the audience using it. But maybe the fear of your content not getting shared will have some churches do better on social media. Maybe.
I figured I should write a follow up article to Meghan’s on who I believe is going to struggle with this change to one of the most popular social media platforms out there. If you know a church, share this with them. I don’t want to see bad social media being done for organizations with such important causes.
Here is a list of types of church and individual tweets that the quality filter will hurt: