HOW TO BOOST YOUR INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS FOR BUSINESS
Instagram, the popularity platform and new player in social photo sharing, Instagram quickly outgrew its first impression as a fun app for kids and has become a serious content marketing, networking and audience building tool for individuals and brands.
It’s one of the most popular social networking sites on the planet, with over 200 million active monthly members sharing 60 million images and 1.6 billion likes per day.
If you’re just starting out on Instagram, posting photos can be pretty depressing. When all your excitement and hard work are met by nothing more than few likes from a handful of followers, it’s easy to get discouraged, even if you know the benefits of social media marketing, which are waiting if you can find success with your initiative.
Promote your dedicated hashtag – Use hashtags that are known to help increase followers.
Promote your Instagram account – You can promote your Instagram account on your other social media accounts and profiles. Tell people what they can expect once they’re following you.
Use relevant hashtags – Use popular hashtags so your images get found in search. Some of the most popular ones are #love, #instagood and #photooftheday and many more. Search and follow people who using popular hashtags like #followme and #likeforlike. Many will follow you back.
Participation – Ask question with picture in form of caption. This is a great way to increase engagement.
Timing – Post on Weekends so many can see this.
Use awesome Bio Url – Add Webiste link and change it up at least weekly and use that clickable link in your bio to drive traffic to your newest or most popular content.
Descriptive Caption – Get descriptive with your captions. For example if you are sharing a picture of wildlife but only picture is not enough to increase Followers. Description and Caption is the main part of Engagement and Hashtags as well.
Post consistently – At least once a day you should post a picture.
Post Video – Instagram allows users to upload videos between 3-60 seconds in length, and when the feature was introduced, more than 5 million were shared in 24 hours.