Instagram is a fun way to connect with people, especially friends and fans of your blog. But what if you’re not quite sure how to get started? Do you have questions about Instagram? I have answers! Let’s start off with the basics: where do you go if you have questions about instagram? The answer is simple. You go nowhere because there is no such thing as “I Have Questions About Instagram”. This post will be answering all of your “Questions” about instagram, but it’s just an example of what the title could be called. The title could also be “Have You Ever Wondered?”. Again, this post will still answer all of your questions (no matter what they are), but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t other posts out there with titles similar to this one (or even better).
So let’s get back on track and do some more brainstorming. I just downloaded the instagram apps on my parents’ iPad and my brother’s iPhone, but I haven’t been using it that much because the only photo I have is from a trip to the aquarium. How can I get more followers? You may think that this would be an appropriate title for what I’m about to write about, but it’s not. If you want more followers then you need to do a lot of research on instagram. This research will involve studying your target audience and analyzing their behavior patterns. A key point here is “target audience”. If your target audience is 200 people in your city then you need to get them all together and tell them they’re now part of this group. But if they are 200 people in another country then you will have to find new ways of communicating with them (for example, by creating a facebook page or twitter account). In any event, finding out who your target audience is will take some serious time and effort involved on your part.
How can I get more followers for my instagram account? If you want to know how to get more followers for your instagram account, then here are some suggestions. First, make sure you’re following a lot of people. Most of these people will be your friends and family members, but that’s okay. They’re going to help you out with this by posting pictures on their own accounts and tagging you in them. Also, follow a lot of brands that have similar interests as yours (for example, if all your photos have been taken at an aquarium then follow the aquarium’s Instagram page). You may be thinking “what if they don’t like me?”, but the truth is they’ll probably like it just fine because 1) they’re getting free advertising 2) chances are that their target audience loves what they do 3) it’s not like following someone is going to hurt them or anything (plus I’m sure companies really love being followed by millions of people). Another thing you could try is commenting on other people’s posts (and making sure your comments are constructive and not rude or mean). This way other users will see that there are tons of comments on this particular photo/video/account and start wondering why everyone likes it so much. They’ll probably want to see what the fuss is about and will end up following you. Oh, and don’t forget to post frequent updates! I can’t stress this point enough. If you post an update on your account once a year then people will never be able to find you (not even if they’re looking for it).
What are some good hashtags? Hashtags are a great way of making sure that more people can find your posts. But what if you’re not quite sure how to use them? Well, here’s my advice: don’t use any! That’s right, I said “don’t use any”. As long as your photos have something interesting in them then no one needs hashtags anyway (unless they’re looking for something specific). In other words, a photo of yourself playing guitar in the middle of nowhere is going to get attention regardless of whether or not there’s a hashtag appended at the end (or beginning) of it. The only time there should ever be hashtags attached to pictures is when someone wants everyone else in the world (or at least Instagram) to see their content.
For example: #instagram #awesome #happy #lifeisgood etc.