In the last post of this complete guide about Instagram videos, we’ll show you the best practices for creating Instagram videos.
Instagram video is available in five different types: Reels, Live, IGTV, Stories, and in-feed video posts.
The explosion of video throughout the platform is a lot to juggle. However, it’s also created new methods for marketers to tell stories and reach their audience.
Which Instagram video type is right for your brand? There could also be a place in your social media strategy for all of them. Or maybe you’ll decide just to give attention to a couple. Read our guide to learn about the features, specifications, and best practices for every kind.
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.
Over the last year, Instagram has released many tools and resources to ensure that they remain a safe and welcoming community. From advanced account security to comment tools, we’ve rounded up the top tips and tricks, both on and off Instagram, to help you and your community stay safe on this social media platform. In this guide, we’ve listed some tips for staying safe on Instagram. Let’s explore!
This year, as staying at home orders, were extended, and retail outlets, for the most part, remained shuttered, many of us have turned to online shopping to procure everything from the most basic necessities to luxury items. This increase in traffic has resulted in a boom in the eCommerce industry. And as the global pandemic continues, eCommerce has become a saving grace for retailers. And it’s a rare outlet for those confined to their living spaces. According to Digital Commerce 360, this trend has seen eCommerce sales rise by 30% from 2019 to 2020. This pattern looks to continue well into the future.
But what does that future look like? As revolutionary as eCommerce and its mobile offshoot, mCommerce (mobile commerce), have been, they don’t come close to replicating the retail shopping experience. The interaction just isn’t there, the connectivity, the feeling of exploring. This is something Livestream shopping looks to rectify.