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While hopefully your industry isn’t that strict, the fact of the matter is new business accounts, and by association, new businesses, have a really hard time getting seen. It’s a little-known trick, but plenty of companies have already purchased Instagram followers. That’s right, restaurants, athletes, clothing brands, and even politicians have all bought followers for their accounts and have seen amazing results. By spending a small portion of your marketing budget on Instagram followers, you are pretty much doing the same thing as paying to promote a post on Instagram. The difference is, your money goes much farther when you buy followers because you are certain to receive the amount you purchase. When you boost a post, the best you can do is hope to reach a couple hundred followers, and results are not guaranteed.
Having regular guest segments is an awesome way to bring both variety and consistency to using Instagram Stories for business. To try it out with your own business: you can choose someone from your company for a “day-in-the-life” story, or you can partner with other businesses in your industry to swap stories for the day. It will help vary your content and keep your customers coming back for more.
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.