It has never been as easy as this- you only have to enter your Instagram username and select the number of followers you want. Users no longer have to break their backs working to market their Instagram accounts. We do that with our sophisticated systems that deliver instant results. Other sites are full of monkey business that will only get your account either hacked or blocked.
And don’t worry if you’re not an Instagram giant like Starbucks yet, even smaller brands under the 10k mark can still benefit from collaborations. Instagram Stories takeovers, co-written blog posts or eBooks and co-hosting Instagram live sessions and IGTV videos are easy and quick ways to create a co-marketing campaign that could make a real difference to your followers this year.
Invite audiences to ‘find out more’ on Instagram: If you have a platform, like YouTube, for example, that’s really thriving with an engaged audience, you can use this follower-power to invite audiences to check out your Instagram feed, especially if you’re sharing something exclusive there. For example, if you are a fashion brand, you could share a preview of your new collection on YouTube and invite your viewers to check out the big reveal of the whole collection on Instagram Stories on a specific date.
#1 Instagram Marketing: A Preface #2 Why Instagram Marketing is Key to Ecommerce Success #3 The Instagram Algorithm #4 Identifying Your Goals and Objectives #5 Setting Up Your Instagram Business Profile #6 Optimizing Your Instagram Profile #7 Building an Instagram Content Strategy #8 Instagram Stories for Business #9 How to Use Instagram Live for Business #10 How to Use IGTV for Business #11 Running an Influencer Marketing Campaign #12 Growing Your Instagram Followers #13 How to Track Your Instagram Analytics #14 Proven Instagram Marketing Campaigns #15 Tips for Effective Instagram Marketing #16 Conclusion Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google Share on Email
Think of the way you may judge a friend’s profile that doesn’t have a lot of followers, or a post that doesn’t have a lot of engagement. It may be hard to admit, but ultimately, we all think the same thing when we see these posts; this person is unpopular. This thought comes from a human behavioral trait called “social proof.” According to social proof, we tend to judge how to behave and what to like based on how others are behaving, and what they like. You can see this in action on every social media platform.