The content on Instagram Stories is usually very good, of course, and ultimately, some ads. Recently, Blake Robbins, a self-styled young venture capitalist, published a post highlighting an Instagram Stories advertisement from a Chinese sports shoe maker called Kaiwei Ni.
He pointed out that the person who designed the ad deliberately made the user feel that a falling hair might appear on the screen. It is disturbing that this will be due to deceive Instagram users accidentally click on the ads, and accidentally enter a sneaker manufacturer's website.
Robbins said. Imagine if you saw the ad, your first reaction was: "Just take the hair off my screen and keep looking at the 500 Instagram Stories.
In response to Robbins tweets, someone wrote: "Lol is not cheating, it's about how to win in a complicated environment. "This picture was originally posted in r / mildlyinfuriating subreddit.