This is a short post which I’m sure is going to help you as a first-time subscriber to Instagram. The road ahead may be long, but it need not be arduous. Here are a few tips to help you increase Instagram followers on your new platform. No matter, everyone wants their followers. But little thought is given to becoming one. That’s your first tip. Become an Instagram follower.
Not just any old plain follower, become an active follower. Instagram is focused on the visuals. You’ll be focused on that too, and to help increase your following, you’ll need to keep track of the photos you’re posting and the kind of responses you’re attracting, if any. Also, the photos you produce will need to be fairly bright. I’ll explain why in a bit. You’ll also need to keep the captions attached to your photos short and relevant. Finally, a warning. Don’t go crazy with those hashtags.
It feels like it has been ages, but it wasn’t all that long ago that I subscribed to Instagram. One of the first things I did once I’d completed my registration process and created a functional profile page (that was the very first post I ever published and it got immediate likes – I even gained a few followers for my first attempt) was to become a follower. Before entertaining any thoughts on whether or not to buy your followers, note that this is one of the most practical ways to gain followers going forward.
In order for this exercise to be practical, make it a proactive one too. Become actively engaged in some of the posts you’re following. I do understand that time being what it is, we can’t sift through all posts. You can bookmark the leaders or the ones you feel most attracted to and catch up on your reading when it is all quiet on the home front. Simply pushing or tapping the like button in response to every post you’re viewing is to my mind just laziness.
Make an effort to pass comments every once in a while. The convention is to make positive remarks. These, of course, boost the folks you’re following. They’ll return the favor later on when they start following your posts and supporting you. Of course, depending on the material, there can be room for objectivity. Making critical remarks every once in a while could show other viewers just how much of an expert you are.
And you’ll certainly need to be sure of your facts. Gosh, will you look at the time. I have to rush. Let me just finish off on why you need to utilize bright colors or tones in your posts. Doing this makes your posts compatible with all platforms and devices. Not just some, all. And that’s what you want, right? You want maximum exposure. Gee whiz, time really flies when you’re having fun. It happens a lot to me when I’m doing posting work.
I really love it.