Building a brand theme and image on Instagram requires more than posting a photo every day. In order to create a brand that’s easily recognizable, you need to prioritize cleaning up your image on this social media giant. If you’ve just joined Instagram or started your brand, you’ve got some work to do!
Not only will this help you gain traction on the platform, but it will also assist with the overall development of your brand’s personality and traits.
Instagram stories were launched in the beginning of August and have propelled the social media giant to another level: 600 million monthly active users, thanks mostly to its new Instagram Stories feature. Instagram is currently the second-most used social media site in the U.S. and Instagram Stories now have at least 100 million daily users.
Instagram users who never used Snapchat were probably immediately smitten with this new feature. (However, if you use Snapchat, you know that Instagram stole the Stories idea from it.) Either way, Instagram stories are awesome, engaging and it looks like they’re going to stick around.
We already talked about why businesses should open an Instagram account. Now we are going to give you some tips on how to capture the perfect picture. It’s not easy but it’s not complicated either.
You can either take pictures with a professional camera or your phone, it all depends on what you have in hand. Now lets get started.
Instagram is right for any kind of business either large or small. Many business owners may be a little skeptical about it but let me explain why it is more than just visual content. Instagram has generated more than 300 million active users, has an average number of 70 million photos posted daily, and has caught the attention of both large and small businesses.
Let's highlight what's happening in today's Internet marketing world, and how it may affect and benefit your small business marketing.
In this post we'll take a look at the following news:
Google announced that their Mobile Update went live, as promised, on April 21st. Those of us watching at that time were left ...well disillusioned with the lack of a dramatic or even in some case a noticeable change in mobile traffic.