Getting authentic, free Instagram followers instantly added to your account is a huge advantage when it comes to brand credibility. You don’t have to waste hours and days searching for people who will follow you only to unfollow you in a few days time. With the free trial offer, you get a good number of followers which means increased popularity and reputation.
We provide followers in two different ways, if you really want your followers in a hurry we can deliver the entire batch of instantly. However, if you want your followers to start increasing on a day-to-day or weekly basis, select a drip-feeding option and we will do this for you. We recommend selecting a minimum of 3 days as it looks natural in the eyes of your followers.
ther you’re an established business with thousands of followers or you’re just starting on Instagram, growing your following takes serious time and energy. You may be tempted to take the easy way out and buy followers … don’t do this! Purchasing followers won’t actually drive engagement, which is really what you need to ensure your posts are being seen.
If you would prefer to gain followers without using our FREE service then we have come up with a solution, before getting started we would like to mention that the methods we are about to list are time-consuming and are much harder. We would recommend to first claim one of our smaller packages to get a nice starting base, then you can follow one of the steps below to gain a constant natural following.
(When you upload your edited photo to Instagram, it’ll automatically crop your photo into a square. To change it back to the original width, press the icon the two outward facing arrows.) At this stage, you can add additional Instagram filters — but don’t go too crazy. Each Instagram filter has its own personality that can drastically change a photo.
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.