It’s all over the place. Fake news. You’re seeing it a lot on Twitter feeds and it’s quite a joke. For instance, the real guy finds it necessary to label his Twitter feed as the ‘real Mr So and So’. While he’s got absolutely no confidence in his work and his following, he’s always looking over his shoulder to see how many wannabees have decided to copy-cat him. I believe it’s got something to do with the attitude you project to the rest of the world.
If you’re nasty, then people are going to be nasty back to you. And because many of them are so ‘smart and savvy’, they’re able to do some pretty malicious things these days. Like hack into your bank account. Not nice. Whoever said that good girls go to heaven and bad girls go everywhere needs to have a rethink on this. As far as I’m concerned, I’d rather like to have a place waiting for me beyond the pearly gates than sink to new lows.
It happens a lot on social media. But not to me. Not on my platforms – I’m using Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and, sometimes, WordPress – and here’s why. Enjoy your reading. Hope it makes you smile and gives you a lift.
The use of hashtags in Instagram posts has been bandied about for a long time. Immerse yourself in as much reading as you can on its correct use. For now, though, know that four hashtags in a short two-hundred-word post is as flaky and fake as it gets. And if you’re posting to Instagram on a daily basis, great that you are, you won’t even need a hashtag all of the time. You’ll be keeping all of your posts neatly aligned to the work you’re trying to promote.
Generating automatic responses to regular posting regimes is achieved immediately through a strategic program of buying your Instagram followers. This is how to get more Instagram followers within a matter of hours. But to avoid this being seen as a vain and fake attempt to sway more followers your way, make sure you’re still doing your regular work. Be hard at work and let others see that.
The conundrum of avoiding spammers and the so-called bots can be avoided, if not that – it’s not a perfect world – kept to a minimum, if you’re genuine and honest to goodness in your approach to work. If you’ve got confidence in your abilities, there’s no need to be blatant and in your face. People are not stupid and you needn’t go overboard in stating what is just so obvious. The proof is already in the pudding and you’ve got your photos to prove it. Just make sure that your well-worded posts are relevant to your published photo.
Avoid all fakeness by seeking out the real and genuine. It’s really nice to have all those good followers helping you out. But did you know, they need your help too.