Don’t know about you, but I’m really busy at this time. Nope, I’m not issuing a complaint. It’s actually quite positive if you don’t mind me saying so. So, I’m issuing this statement as a motivation to you as well. Here’s to hoping that you’re as busy as I am. Here’s to hoping that your time is being spent productively. But if not, if you’ve lost your way for the time being, here, let me help you out. Being busy and all, we’re not about to waste each other’s time, so I’m just going to dish up just four surefire examples on how to gain Instagram followers at a quicker rate than otherwise enjoyed by you thus far. Of course, you could alternatively just visit Buzzoid.com and buy a cheap followers package. It will do the job just fine but not everyone wants to buy followers.
Step one is to clearly let the viewers out there know what you are on about. Step number two is to give your platform and posts its unique look. Thirdly, you’ll want to get as busy as possible. Finally, you might want to brush up on your hash-tagging skills. Let me start on this last point then. I’m no techno guru, so it remains beyond me to tell you just how the heck these tags find their way onto my platform.
And when they’re there, it’s like scratching your fingernails down and across a green chalkboard. It is just so irritating. It looks awful and it tends to pollute the environment if you will. And of course, these all in one word hashtags make absolutely no sense to me. It’s nonsensical and useless. It serves no purpose to pollute your platform’s post with illogical statements that no-one is really going to understand.
And in terms of this, you may even surprise yourself. Don’t be surprised to find that when you come back to some of your earlier posts, you are doing this, right (?), that you don’t even understand what you wrote back then. May as well move onto the point of clearly communicating what you do. Hashtag and effective business communication, they kind of coincide, don’t they? Go back to the drawing board with this exercise.
Go through your profile or bio page and make sure that you have revised this page to respond accurately to what’s been happening to you and your business these last few weeks. If you’re no longer baking lemon meringue pies now that you’ve gone organic, then you need to remove this rather delish dish from your menu before someone, or many folks (you wish), go out of their way to order one.
Egg on your face if you allow this to happen. I like to see platforms that show me there’s folks out there who put a lot of effort into their production of designing a distinct and recognizable brand. And there is really no excuse for shirking on this duty, now that you have got all these fantastic (Instagram and non-instagram) tools to work with. It’s also good idea to keep a check on your design pattern to ensure consistency.