5 Types of Posts on Instagram You Shouldn’t Miss Out On

If you are active on Instagram you probably know that you need to come up with new posts all the time. In order to grow your account, some social media marketing professionals advise you to post a lot: Neil Patel, for instance, recommends you to post 1-2 photos, 5-30 stories, 1 video per day. If you manage to do that,…

9 Steps To Successfully Market Your Blog On Instagram

Sharing links to content from your blog to Twitter or Facebook is a straight forward way to promote your blog posts on social media. It always works, right? Well, with Instagram it is slightly different: Links in image captions on Instagram are not clickable. Since you cannot simply share links to posts in your Instagram updates, you have to be…

7 Must-Have Instagram Tools for Your Business

The following is a guest post by Lisa Michaels. Lisa is a freelance writer, editor and a striving content marketing consultant from Portland. Being self-employed, she does her best to stay on top of the current trends in the business world. Feel free to connect with her on Twitter @LisaBMichaels. As social media continues to rapidly grow, brands are looking for…

Starting On Instagram: No Need To Be A Celebrity – 8 Tips To Get Into Growth Mode

You have probably heard about celebrities on Instagram with millions of followers. Did you get the feeling that you need to be famous first before you can grow a following on Instagram? That is not true. Everyone can be successful on Instagram by simply following some rules and best practices. You do not even need a huge advertising budget for…

8 Outstanding Instagram Marketing Case Studies

There is no denying that Instagram is still on the rise. But compared with other social networks like Twitter and Facebook where brands can easily promote themselves and their content simply by sharing links back to their website, Instagram may not seem that straightforward for marketing purposes. Instagram does not share links, even in the image text there are no…

Intellectual Property Rights for Instagram, Flickr and Twitter Photos

The following post is a guest post by Olga Egorsheva, the CEO of the marketplace for social media content, lobster.media. Lobster makes it possible for anyone to earn money by selling licenses for the photos they have already published on Instagram or Flickr. Olga is Russian by origin, lived in France, Norway and Germany, and started the company in London with…