Are you interested in multiplying engagement on a network that encourages new artists and businesses to establish an online presence?
Your Instagram feed remains as positive as your photos, so once you get people, both neophytes as well as recurring, to like your creative photos, you’ve got the only unique advantage of leveraging a good engagement rate from there. Wondering what it is?
Let me tell you.
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The total number of likes you get on your Instagram photo is the exact number of leads you gain from that photograph. Generally, you set aside a few of those that are your friends or those that are fans, but still, if you really act on it, you can convince your Instagram likes to engage with more photographs, tag their friends to view, like and comment; ultimately you’re narrowing down your users’ search for better visibility and greater engagement. It doesn’t matter if you’re a newcomer on Instagram: even with 5-10 likes for your first photograph, you can headway 25-30 likes on your second photograph if you make a jump on your like and get to know their content as intently as you would want them to know yours.
Can I genuinely maximize my engagement rate by the second photograph?
Yes, you absolutely can! Just commit yourself to 10-20 minutes for every 5-10 like each day, and see for yourself how well your photographs start gaining exposure and engagement. Especially in the Instagram world, everyone move leads to another, so, if you stumble upon an extremely popular account, you’re less likely to gain engagement there, but if you scroll down on their latest photograph’s likes, comments, etc. you can literally suck in more likes by checking them (even stalking) their own personal Instagram account one-by-one. And from here, you’ll find more genuine followers and fans because you’re discovering them from what they love to do: engage with fans, friends, and brands!
This way, your marketing gets more effective, quick and with consistent returns.