Examining If The Algorithm Tell The Whole Story About Your Content
Sometimes, it is all about presentation
Sometimes, the secret to making a piece of content more useful or appealing to your audience is all about the presentation.
And the failure to present it in the right context initially can cost you some momentum.
A saga in the world of streaming media has me thinking about this issue. Recently, Netflix announced it was canceling a show called Tuca & Bertie because of apparently low ratings—but that may seemingly stem from an algorithmic oversight on the part of the company. This is surprising because of the show’s critical success and pedigree—it was created by Lisa Hanawalt, the illustrator behind one of Netflix’s most popular animated shows, BoJack Horseman, and it starred high-profile actresses Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong in the lead roles.
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