Do you want to get more engagement on your Instagram account? Are you finding a way to get genuine feedback from your audience and understand more what your audiences want from your channel? Creating Instagram Stories Polls can be an amazing way to grab your audience’s attention and to interact with them. It also helps you to catch the pulse of the audience in a fun and interactive manner.
In 2020, there’re two main factors have come forward to reshape both the influencer marketing industry and digital culture at large. They’re the purchasing power of Gen-Z and the COVID-19 pandemic. In this guide, we will show you how Gen-Z reshapes Influencer marketing in the COVID-19 pandemic.
No wonder that Instagram is one of the largest and most successful social media networks in the world. Brands and businesses alike are leveraging Instagram influencer marketing to create campaigns that can help them earn money, increase their brand awareness, reach more and more people in their target audience base, and more. The website has now been a source of revenue for other people. It’s no wonder Instagram is commonly considered as the “home of almost social media influencers.” Sounds funny at first until you really start looking at the success Instagram influencers have. Especially some of the lady influencers.
If you maintain a presence on Instagram Reels and multiple social media platforms, you know how hard it’s to keep up with content creation for all of those platforms. Once you pay attention to short-form video content, it can be time-consuming and tiring to create enough of that content to go around. Fortunately, using your Instagram Reels content on different social media platforms isn’t hard. In this Instagram Reels guide, we’re going to show you the way to download Instagram Reels on Android or iOS, through screen recording, or using software known as Kapwing.
About a year ago Instagram shocked its users by changing how people see their feed. No longer could they see Instagram posts on a chronological basis. Instagram now showcases posts in an order that it feels best meets a user’s browsing patterns. Like its parent company Facebook, Instagram now has a new special algorithm where it favors some posts over others.
In many ways, the change of Instagram is a result of its own popularity. With 700 million people now using Instagram, most people are fed considerably more posts than they have time to look at. In fact, the average user misses about 70% of the posts in their Instagram feed. It should be no surprise, therefore, that the Instagram boffins have tried to ensure that 30% of the posts you actually see is the 30% you most want to see.
Instagram was announcing some big changes to Instagram in November 2020 – Reels and Shop tab. The Reels tab allows you to easily explore short and fun videos made by creators all around the world and people like you. The Shop tab helps you connect with brands, have a chance to discover their products that you may love and want to make a purchase.