“I bought the 500 followers. Shut my phone off for a bit and when I came back online, I seen I had 100 followers on my notifications. Wasn't too impressed at first, then I clicked on my profile and they jumped a whole 1300, I was convinced it was $5 but then when converting to Canadian it was close to $10. The 1000 followers made up for the conversion to Canadian currency. Would recommend this to anyone”
And if you don’t want to include your product, you don’t have to. Encourage your fans to create their own videos and collect them on your page like GoPro does. Or check out the most-followed brand Nike to see plenty of effective videos. This is a brand that has a really good grasp of what Instagram is all about: inspiring viewers by using powerful visuals that focus on the audience, not the product.
The contest could be something like the best vacation pictures where your tour company awards winners with a full pain hiking trip. It could be the best bikini pictures where your fashion store awards the winners with a set of new lingerie. Contests can be anything to excite your followers and get them talking about your brand. To qualify for the competition, you can ask new users to follow you or use your hashtags in their posts.

#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
With the growing importance of social media for businesses, account performance has become a deciding factor for whether customers want to do business with you. If your business profile has a large number of followers, it will appear to customers that your company has been around a while and knows what it’s doing. Companies with few followers and low engagement seem inexperienced and customers might decide against buying your product. Getting additional followers makes your profile look more professional and betters your chances of gaining real customers.
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