You already have your product or service. You’ve also elected to utilize persuasive language to convince your viewers to buy into your product or service. But are they buying into it? As you see, I’ve selected an important theme for this post. Let it be known to you that a majority of Instagram followers buy into products and services that they can relate to or believe in.
You will never be going to the dark side if you buy your first followers. But learning what viewers really want, you will enjoy exponential organic growth going forward. Here’s just a few tips to help you keep the momentum going during the first few weeks of your first marketing campaign. Now, I’ll briefly touch on the correct use of hashtags and Instagram’s filters. And I’ll close this post with thoughts on the creation of an organic following as well as being a follower. And touchwood, I might just be able to squeeze in something on the (previously) controversial hack tool.
The effective and efficient use of hashtags, to my mind, does require some manual labor apart from the usual mind-bending strategy creations. Whilst composing your own persuasive catch-phrases, you’ve also got to look for ways to make coincidental links with similar phrases, themes or subjects.
Quite literally, Instagram and other blogging platforms like WordPress (I like this one) have dozens of filters. I’m putting it mildly. I can only advise you to be fairly conservative with the filters being gifted to you. Choose only those filters that fit your purpose and the shape of your customized platform.
To my mind, the pinnacle of anyone’s success on a social media platform, is the ability to generate an organic following, and with the results to show. While people will always be subconsciously impressed with high follower numbers, they are still discerning and will be asking questions of your business. Be prepared to answer them once they start filtering through.
Part of growing an organic following entails being a follower yourself. Not just for record purposes. Actively engage. Be objective but not overtly critical. Show your hand in terms of your own knowledge, skills and expertise but always leave space for supporting the platform you’ve elected to follow.
The benefits are numerous. Far too numerous to mention in closing this post. I could just add that you’ll be recognized by others for your active engagement on other platforms. This is how you’ll be gaining new followers organically.
Personally, I do not have any objection to the acquisition of what is known as a hack tool. It’s a pity a better definition for this serviceable tool could not have been created. Nevertheless, you’ll want to research and develop monitoring tools that you feel instinctively might be of value to you.
Great! Looks like our time is up. I believe that I have adequately covered the theme of what followers want for first-time social media subscribers and marketers. Enjoy your learning curve going forward.