Quite a vague question but I'll try narrow it down as much as I can through an example.
I started using Steemit some days ago. Quite an obscure social media site so far, not unlike a Reddit-Twitter fusion, and most of its content is quite focused on themes like cryptocurrencies - and due to its origins, it's understandable.
However, I see mundane content start popping up, too. Like, photos of food, random locations, buildings, people and stuff - the content you'd expect on Facebook.
Speaking of Facebook, there this kind of content is almost expectable to see. And it made me wonder that such "superfluous" content appearing can indicate anything?
I mean, my theory is that the amount of mundane content correlates to the size of the userbase of a social media site, but that's not always a thing.
What it means if users start posting everyday stuff they do or have on a site? Does it mean anything at all, or it's a natural stage for every social media site?