I am no Santa Claus but I too have gifts to bear. You never wrote me that letter, but never you mind that, I could read your thoughts. I know what’s on your mind. I can relate because I’ve been down that barren road before. No-one in my social media circles, not even on Instagram, wanted to come out, come out, and play with me. Not come out, come out, wherever you are. Yes, I’ve seen the stuff they put out there, but really, boys and girls, what have you got to be afraid of. And why have you all just stopped believing in yourself.
Is it because you’re scared of what others may think of you? Is that what’s been bothering you? Was it something I said, is what many of you may have asked after days of waiting for a positive response to your last post. Not likely. You were probably on the right page, to begin with. You’re on the right page if you’re with Instagram. There’s a better chance that you will eventually reach out to more and get them to follow you. Be yourself for now and keep it positive. In the mean-time let me show you a few ways on how to get more followers on Instagram.
And rest easy that the work is not hard. It just needs to be regular, is all. Five gifts in all. Regular revision of your profile page. Buying some real followers – Sorry guys, can’t give that one away for free. You’re still going to have to buy them yourself. But hey, don’t worry, it’s not at all expensive. And then again, you can still get your followers for free. Read on – Regular posting. Bright and clear presentations. Link your work. Use hashtags. Now, don’t get me wrong here. I did say I’m no Santa Claus.
Gifts these may all be; it still works that you’re going to have to do all by yourself. And I did say it wasn’t going to be hard. Whether it’s a business you’re running or running commentary on personal events, things are going to be changing all the time. You’re going to need to keep your profile page up to date to this. Social media is an ebb and flow of business and life. There’ll be your good times. And, to be realistic, you will still have your bad times. And when tides are low, you can buy followers. Numbers fall but you can keep it propped up with this buying tactic.
And you are still keeping to a regular posting regime. You can’t let your potential followers down, so you need to keep your pics bright in more ways than one. Make sure all your work is linked to your main website (if you have one) and learn how to use hashtags like a pro. Nothing corny or cheesy and nothing that’s illogical and is just going to confuse your viewers.