Because you’re all working very hard to get your profile to its desired level, I’m giving you six of my best. There’s plenty more where this lot came from but so little time and so little space. So, here’s what I’m going to do then. I’m giving you six of my best tips to help elevate your social media platform. And then it’s going to be all over to you. Put these strategies to work and see what it does for you.
I have a fixation with even numbers, so no five’s or seven’s. I’m into soccer. A goal is a goal, provided it’s legal. It’s five points for a try and you get an odd seven once the kicker has converted the try. Whatever happened to the day when a try was worth a mere four points. They had so much more to play for. And I always maintain that rugby is for guys who can’t play soccer. Anyhow, the six of the best that I want to bring to your attention.
Always be image conscious (that’s what Instagram’s all about) and keep up a positive photographic profile. Further to that, the personal touch remains a popular attraction for Instagram followers. And just so they are well-received, you’ve got to place a little focus on your use of color in your photographs. In the beginning stages of your social media marketing campaign, it always helps if you enter into a covenant of buying your followers and likes.
Finally, while I’m an avid photographer myself, my central message is the thing. That means I’m putting a lot of thought into how my text messages need to be composed before publishing gets underway.
Creating good images that positively influence visitors. If you’re going to be in the photo (and please, no more selfies) then do remember to smile. Not as broadly as the Cheshire cat. Make it a spontaneous smile. There must be something in your photo caption that gives you, and others, reason to smile. And unless you’re an activist of sorts, all images should be positive and indicative of always looking on the bright side.
Let it be known that there is absolutely no shame in buying Instagram followers and likes during the formative stages of your social media marketing campaign. It remains the precursor for you to get more Instagram followers onto your platform going forward. It’s still a fallacy, I know, but it’s giving potential ‘real’ followers the impression that you’re that popular and your product or service offering is that good.
But I’d be wary about buying too many comments. For one thing, one hundred percent over-enthusiastic positive comments about your service which may still have its warts and flaws that observant consumers may notice could set off alarm bells for future genuine clients. There is nothing bad about adding a personal touch to commercially-oriented Instagram posts. Just be sure to keep in context because the message is still everything.