Did you know that you can run rings around the new Instagram algorithms to make a killing on the platform, even in the face of reduced organic reach? It’s easier said than done, but it’s certainly possible...and we’re going to show you how.
We all know the story – an egg, just a normal egg, is now the most popular post on Instagram after surpassing Kylie Jenner’s original most liked image on Instagram.
Instagram co-founders, CEO Kevin Systrom and CTO Mike Krieger have left the company. The two announced their departure in September 2018. They did not give a reason for their departure and this, obviously, has caused mummers within and outside the company, the biggest question being – what happens now that Systrom and Krieger aren’t there?
Hashtags on Instagram is a dividing topic. While studies show that posts with hashtags generate more impressions, some users have openly stated that they find the tags messy and even pointless. So, how are you supposed to get around this dilemma? The following guide provides a few solutions.
On March 19, Instagram launched a new e-commerce feature known as Checkout. Still at the beta testing stage, Checkout will allow users to buy products directly from shoppable posts without leaving the app. Adidas, Kylie Cosmetics, Dior, and Zara are among 23 brands selected to beta-test the feature which is still only available in the US.
Instagram has been working overtime to make the platform more profitable, not just for the owners but for brands and marketers too. And, it’s for that reason the app is exploring a new feature known as “Branded Content Ads” which they hope will help build more formal partnerships around influencer marketing campaigns.
Do you know how many people use Instagram? If not, you’re probably missing out on the world’s #1 online traffic source. In 2018, Instagram managed to cross the one billion user milestone, and businesses all around the globe have managed to benefit from this.
Instagram has been making the headlines for the right reasons recently and that trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon. After announcing that they’re adding a fundraising sticker to chats and Stories, the platform is said to be also thinking about adding a new “Join Chat” sticker to further drive conversations.
Brace for a host of changes and updates on Instagram. Already one of the top three apps among individual users and the go-to platform for influencers, IG is pulling out the big guns in a bid to further boost its appeal.
Jane Manchun Wong, the renowned social media code hacker, is at it again, this time hinting that Instagram is developing a tool that would allow users to sort through their followers and following lists.
About two months ago, news came out that Instagram was considering getting rid of “Likes” on the platform. In an article published on Forbes, a few quotes appear indicating that in the future, you may not be able to see the “Likes” feature as Instagram says they “want your followers to focus on what you share, not how many likes the post gets.”