Take a peek into the daily lives of successful individuals through images and 15-second video clips.
If you want to reach new audiences, especially those valued millennials, look into these options.
Instagram is the modern equivalent of window shopping. It offers a peek into the world of a brand.
SocialRank, which launched last January to help Twitter users better understand their audiences, has now added a comparable tool for Instagram.
While many entrepreneurs have Instagram accounts, they may not be taking full advantage of its potential reach.
Good business means doing good.
Approaching your subjects the way a photojournalist would can help you tell your story with greater success -- and fewer headaches.
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Social Media Marketing
You don't have to be on every social media platform, but you do need to be consistent about posting.
Brand marketers will be able to showcase more images on the photo-sharing smartphone app.
A scant five years ago startups didn't have access to the analytics commonly available now. The Instagram team improvised ingeniously.
Images are more likely to gain attention, entice your community to take action and inspire brand advocacy if they accomplish one or more of five key goals.
Making little changes to your posts, such as adding a description or hashtags, can bump up users' engagement with your brand. Give these tactics a try.
Instagram is a photo-sharing social-media network. Using the Instagram app on their phone, people can edit photos with custom filters and share images -- or videos -- with other Instagram users.
Instagram was acquired by Facebook in 2012 for $1 billion.
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