I’m a genuine guy. So, if I say I’m going to try my best to help you out today, you better believe that I really mean it. Today, we’re going to be talking mainly about pulling in real likes under each and every post we’re sending out to our potential customers and future followers. Speaking of which, any new followers that you gain must be genuine folks too. So, whether you’re going to be buying some (companies like Buzzoid.com make the purchase of Instagram likes easy as 1-2-3) or accepting follower requests, just be a little more careful before you tap the accept button. It’s really for your own good. Nice guys and girls like yourselves don’t deserve to be pushed around or hassled.
Because boy, it can be tough on Instagram when you’re just starting out. Now, bear with me please, this challenging environment is no bad reflection on Instagram. It’s just that the platform is so great and user-friendly that a majority of social media activists and young entrepreneurs like yourselves are choosing to spend more time here than anywhere else. Although, I must just tell you that it’s still a good idea to retain and keep using your other social media platforms. This gives you better and wider reach. It increases your chances of pulling in more likes and followers to your main Instagram platform.
So, before I list suggested ideas for you to work at, let me just give you this one genuine reminder. Whatever you do, whatever message you wish to send out, just be yourself. Be genuine, in other words. Instagram’s overriding theme is well-suited to this friendly outlook, if you pardon the phrase. And if you spend enough time researching the best-trending platforms (relevant to your own work too, of course) you’ll discern the positive tone being expressed. So what you want to do is the following.
Self-promote your dedicated hashtag. And be creative about your business. Don’t be afraid to add a touch of humor. Sooner or later, the folks out there will catch on. They’ll catch on quickly enough if you’re posting regularly. While I’m well aware of the realistic ramifications, I’m not a great believer in it. I’m a positive guy. I’m genuine. So there you go. Anyhow – oh, what the heck, may as well give you that spiel too; positive things happen to positive people – anyhow, as I was saying, I’m not a great believer in that old negative sentiment.
Familiarity breeds contempt. Because that’s not Instagram, that much I can tell you. In fact, it’s very much the other way round. The more familiar you are on Instagram, the more popular you’ll become. Of course, you’ve got to be genuine, not a sour puss, and certainly not out to offend every person you’re thinking of. Hoo boy, I’m having so much fun with this post. It’s too easy to lose track. Focus, focus. Anyway, do make time for watching the best trending hashtags in your particular neck of the woods. A good learning curve, I always say.