Want to increase your exposure?
Making a few simple tweaks to your Instagram marketing can generate more engagement and increase the visibility of your content.
In this article you’ll discover how to get more exposure for your brand on Instagram.
Want to host a contest to build excitement about your business?
Instagram makes it easy to run quick contests that engage your audience and build your fan base.
In this article you’ll discover four simple steps to host Instagram contests that build buzz for your brand.
Do you want to run contests on Instagram?
Adding Instagram contests to your social media mix can quickly expand your reach.
In this article I’ll explain the different types, as well as how to create and run a successful Instagram contest for your brand or business.
Types of Instagram Contests
There are many kinds of Instagram contests. Here is a rundown of the top three:
Do you want to know what works?
You can maximize your chances of Instagram success by watching what’s working for others.
In this article I’ll show you five examples of businesses growing their Instagram followers.
#1: Invite Engagement
Starbucks definitely doesn’t have a growth problem. They’re one of the largest retail chains in the world and they have an internationally recognizable brand.
However, the Starbucks brand was built on the ethos of the small local coffee shop. In order to preserve this idyllic brand image, it’s important for Starbucks’ marketing to downplay size and create a more personal, familiar voice.
Is your business using Instagram?
Do you need better tools?
Many marketers haven’t adopted Instagram because it doesn’t offer the right tools to help them use it effectively.
Here are five Instagram tools to help you become more efficient with Instagram.
Instagram is a rapidly growing photo and video sharing platform with more than 150 million users and 16 billion photos shared. Over 55 million photos are shared on Instagram to a very engaged community every single day.
Google Trends show you the volume of searches for “Instagram.” As you can see, over the last year it has grown significantly and is set to grow further in 2014.
Have you considered Instagram as a key marketing tool?
If you’re not on Instagram or haven’t applied your resources there, it’s time to start.
Instagram has 75 million daily users and multiple opportunities to reach your target audience.
In this article, you’ll discover eight ways you can use Instagram to increase your reach, engagement and sales.
Have you considered creating a brand profile on Instagram to make your brand visible to a new market?
Getting started on Instagram is fairly straightforward.
Simply sign up for an account (e.g., use the same name as your Twitter handle), add a profile photo (e.g., brand logo) and a link to your website, connect your account to Facebook and let your followers know they can follow you there.
It’s what to do next that presents a difficulty for many brands.
What follows are 26 tips and brand examples, an A-Z guide, for capitalizing on a business presence on Instagram.
#1: Acquaint Yourself With How to Use Instagram for Business
Businesses have been flocking to Instagram in droves. In response, Instagram started the Instagram for Business blog, which offers tips, brand spotlights, API examples and news from Instagram HQ.
Check it out and add it to your reader to keep up to date on some of the coolest ways to use the Instagram platform for business.
Would you like to know how your business can use the popular sharing site Instagram?
In this article, I will show you five ways to use Instagram to enhance your marketing.
In the last few years, the use of Instagram by companies has skyrocketed. With millions of users, Instagram has become the perfect opportunity for brands to get quick messages and photos to their target audiences.
When Instagram started out, it was simply a way to post pictures with your fans and did not have a lot of marketing value.
However, in the last few years Instagram has proven to be an effective platform for marketers to reach a new audience in a way the audience wants to be marketed to: with visuals and short messages.
When creating your marketing strategy, do not forget about this great—yet underutilized—platform.