To get around this restriction, some businesses will frequently update their website link to send followers to their latest products or promotions — and then refer to that link in their Instagram captions. The problem is that Instagram’s photo feed is no longer chronological, so when a business’ post says “link in bio,” that link might not correspond to the actual link in their bio.
Review sites like Yelp, Google Business, and Trip Advisor are no longer the only place where customers can leave their opinions. An Instagram account with a lot of followers is kind of like a business’s Yelp profile with a lot of positive reviews. After all, people who follow your page have signed up to see your content, and therefore your products, in their news feed every day. Odds are, they think pretty highly of your business! When potential customers see a large number of followers and high engagement on your posts, the effect is the same as seeing a lot of positive reviews. Obtaining followers makes your products and services appear high-quality to consumers and serves as a way to improve your rating among your competition.
Finding the right influencers for your Instagram marketing campaign can be a big challenge, but creating clear goals helps. For example, if your goal is to rack up a lot of engagement, it might make sense to partner with micro-influencers with smaller audiences but higher engagement rates. If you’re trying to increase your brand awareness, metrics such as reach and traffic will be more useful.
We are second to none when it comes to speedy delivery as our system runs automatic. We make sure our customers get Instagram followers, likes and views at the highest possible speed with in time-frame. Unlike others, we do not take time in asking followers from various places to follow your profile. Instead, we just run a microsecond analysis to make sure your profile is working and kickstart the service delivery.