Stories are all about authenticity. While your Instagram feed should feature polished photos, Stories can be a little more raw. Use the feature to give a behind-the-scenes look at your brand or showcase your company culture. Do you have dog-friendly office? Share photos and videos of the dogs on your Story. Stories are also a helpful tool to showcase live events your business hosts or attends, as this feature is much more time-sensitive.
#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
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