In order to provide a better experience for its users, Instagram has begun blocking third-party sites and apps that allow you to purchase likes, comments, and followers.

With business growth through social networks and even brand focus on using the so-called influencers to promote their products, Instagram has begun to pay more attention to user accounts and block websites such as Instagress and applications such as InstaPlus or To PeerBoost.

What these third-party sites and apps do is offer users the ability to gain followers, likes, and comments in exchange for money, or to increase tastes, comments, and followers of other members of the “false influencer” community who just want Numbers to receive offers.

As a rule, accounts that use this type of service are easily identified by the comments that are generally generalist and without great connection to the publication or through the use of generalist hashtags and that serve different types of popular scenarios.

In addition to blocking third-party services, Instagram is also choosing to ban the disclosure of “false influencer” publications. That is, account postings that use third-party services do not appear in surveys or social network suggestions.