After a few months of testing, Instagram announced a big change in order to its user interface (UI) in late 2020: replacing the user “Activity” tabs with the “Shop” tab, the social platform’s latest move to be more business-friendly.
Instagram is an unquestionably powerful tool for businesses.
New social media sites continue to keep emerge, new features are added, plus algorithms are always being updated, making it difficult to keep up with social media guidelines.
These days, social media marketing is all about documentation.
When you come across a beautiful sight — be it a beach, a mountain, or your pet’s face — occasionally, it inspires you to think bigger as to what certain sights plus experiences mean.
Do Kevin Systrom, the self-taught coder, understand his prototype Burbn would turn into a platform inspiring millions of people? Or…
In senior high school, one of my friends was determined to find the perfect time to write-up her Instagram photos to maximize the amount of likes she got. She was surprisingly scientific about it, posting at various times of the day and jotting down each of her posts’ “likes per minute. ”
After weeks of testing, she figured out which post time raked in the most likes, plus, from then on, she could effortlessly get 200 likes on all her Instagram content.
Instagram hashtags are powerful.
They can help your posts reach a target audience, attract supporters in your niche, increase engagement, and develop a more positive plus recognizable brand image.
It may be hard to believe that if the HubSpot Blog were a person, rather than currently be in high school.
For years, millions of brand names have flocked to Instagram to spread awareness to millennials, Gen Z, plus members of other generations on the app.