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If you’re still having trouble, another option is to research your competitors. Go to your competitors’ profiles and click on their “Followers.” You’ll be able to see the whole list of users who follow them. (Note: we don’t recommend simply going through this list and following each one. Instead, use this information to build a strategy to capture their attention organically).
With over a billion people interacting with brands, businesses, influencers, public figures, celebrities, fashion, travel and lifestyle companies, Instagram has given wings to every dream and open doors to diverse opportunities. In the time, when people are shifting to mobile for shopping, gathering information and brand interaction, Instagram has evolved itself according to the present market condition and need.
When it comes to using email to get more Instagram followers, I love this unique approach from Good American. Before they had launched their brand, they started collecting emails on a landing page. Once they were closer to their launch date and wanted to grow their Instagram following, they sent out an email that couldn’t make it any clearer what you were supposed to do: follow!
Audiences desire to be entertained. Yet, more and more, many Instagram marketing companies waste time and resources on ineffective, bland content ideas as opposed to building lasting and engaging thoughtful experiences. By curating and collaborating on a catalog of original, educational and engaging content, you can build brand trust, loyalty and awareness.
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.