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You Need to Get Insta Good – Part 3

You Need to Get Insta Good – Part 3

By Qasim Zahid

Congratulations! You’ve made it this far. We’ve covered 6 tips on how to get Insta Good.

How to grow your following.

How to turn the attention you get into whatever your purpose as a business is.

If you missed the previous blogs, you can catch Part 1 here & Part 2 .

You do not want to miss these parts. Why? If you’re serious about growing your Instagram account, then stop now! Go back & read them both. Each contains information that will be critical to your success. You need to unlock the first 6 secrets before you can FULLY comprehend the next three.

So, have you read Part 1 & 2? Great. Let’s jump into Part 3.

Shout Outs

Find pages with 20k-1M followers that are shout out pages. Make sure they are relative to your brand. The aim is to get on many of them as possible

Have a budget set for shout outs per month consistently to get in front of your audience

A budget?! I know what you’re thinking. No, this shouldn’t be expensive. The aim is to spend wisely. Find at least 2 or 3 pages with a significant reach. If they have thousands of followers, then a shout out from of your brand could increase your follower count by hundreds.

The key is to get onto the right shout out pages. How? Here’s an extra tip. Find pages similar to yours. Go on their ‘tagged’ section & find out which pages they are using for shout outs. Contact those pages & get a shout out.

Engage, Engage, Engage

So simple. You will not grow your followers with a stationary account. People will not come to you. I repeat. People will not come to you.

Turn your post notifications on. Go on related pages. Shout Out pages or Brand Ambassadors pages. Find those pages where the audience you want to target are following. Start liking & commenting on pictures.

Better yet, follow/comment on everyone who is engaged with that post within the first 15 minutes of the post being up. Do this once a day with 3-5 new pages. Get noticed!

Take ideas from your competitors

Everybody does this. However, this should be done with the aim in mind that you want to enhance your OWN brand. Learning from others is invaluable. How do you accomplish this?

For example if you’re unsure about picture quality, hashtag your industry and look at people who are doing exactly what you do.

Then, compile a list of 5-8 profiles you like and write down everything you like about their profile. Pull something from each profile until you come up with your unique style.

Have you done all the above, as well Part 1 & 2?

Congrats. You’re on your way to making an EXPLOSIVE Instagram account.

Hit me up for more tips, tricks & insights on qasim.zahid@qclegal.com.

You can follow me on LinkedIn, and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram (@legalqc)

Qas Zahid

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