I’ve had similar thoughts some time ago. I felt like being ignored by everyone on social media, I used to post, trying to be original and active…but nothing “came back”. Just few comments and likes, just few people trying to keep in touch with me. Then I realized that I cared more about these few people that really seemed to be interested in me and my activities than having hundreds of friends that yeah, maybe will wish me a happy B-day but that apart from that hardly know who I am.
There are people that a reason or another are capable to attract lots of other people and they get popular. Are they really so full of friends as they seem to be, after all?
I’ve chosen to surround myself by true friends and true people and…even though sometimes it still itches that some witty post goes unnoticed, I don’t let this become an illness. Being active and popular on a social network doesn’t make you a good or a bad person, the same thing works when you are not so active and known.
And think about it: if you can take care of a blog or a social media page really well, it’s because you’re probably living your life on that social network and actually living poorly your real life.
It may sound as a stupid example but…some time ago I saw a tv commercial of a car that was super accessorized with media tools. And then the commercial said “Before you can share memories, you have to live them.” and it was so true that I couldn’t really believe this sentence came from a commercial.
So my advice is to analyze your jealousy and trying to understand that it is only brining you into feeling bad about something that should just help people to connect.
Another advice is to look for people that share you interests, things may change like you cannot even expect.
I wish you all the best