You see how it all turns out. I already like you. How about that. This is not a question but a confident statement of fact. The thing is that you are taking a few minutes out of your hectic schedule to read my post.
And I really like that about you. It is very much appreciated. And I’m quite confident that after you’ve finished your reading of this positive note, you will have joined the ranks of all those IG likes that are already starting to mount up in response to this post.
It sounds like I’m having a brag-fest with you guys! I know! I just can’t help myself. I’m just so proud of what I have managed to achieve. And you know, it is all my own hard work, and with a little help from my friends too. Or in this case, my followers. Yah, I know, it all sounds so technical but I guess it is still quite important.
Friends are still relevant to your Facebook page. You are still using it, I hope. Instagram may be it as far as social media is concerned but it is still a good idea to hold on to all your old work. You are able to reach out to more people that way. Of course, you’ve still got to make sure that your pages have been properly linked. There are those user-friendly settings on your Instagram pages that you can use to set things right.
And followers are your new normal. These are the friendly folks that are going to be supporting you henceforth on your Instagram platform. They have that in common with all your old Facebook friends. Because the moment you say something nice about them, they press the like button, just like your Facebook friends have always done. And the moment you have blown them away with a really stunning picture you took now the other day, well, there’s that too. They press the like button. Only the thing is.
Your Facebook platform never had all those fantastic pictures taking tools you now have with Instagram.
Now, we’ll all like you a lot more if you do the following things with your new platform. Or should that be on your platform? Anyhow. Use hashtags like a wise old prophet from the bible.
Make sure there’s always a caption recorded under your photos and videos. Videos too? How cool is that? More likes to you. And to me for saying that. Hmm. I don’t always get likes for this next suggestion. I always wonder why. Guess I’ll just have to go ahead and say it out loud. Remember, folks, quality control is very important.
Check each piece of work before you publish it on Instagram. Make sure each post is error free. There’s no excuse for not being able to do so because the checking tools that Instagram have given you are really quite easy to use. And when your posts are published it’s going to make you look like a pro.