1- Promote your profile.

Having a perfectly manicured Instagram profile won’t mean anything if people don’t know where to look for your content, so post your profile’s handle everywhere that you can. Popular locations include social media and your email signature, but you can expand on this by sending your profile’s handle to people via instant message.

  • One long-term strategy that may benefit you is putting your Instagram handle on a business card

2- Use currently trending hashtags and mentions.

If you notice that a particular hashtag and/or celebrity is trending, find a way to use the hashtag and/or mention the celebrity in your next post.

3- Create detailed captions.

When adding a caption to your photos, think about the kind of content that you would stop to read; things like humor, questions, and detailed stories tend to attract more engagement, which increases the odds of a follow.

  • Your captions should also have distinct calls-to-action (e.g., “Double-tap if you agree!”), along with a global call-to-action (e.g., “For more posts like this, follow this page”).

4- Space out your uploads.

You might be tempted to think that rapidly filling your Instagram page with a bunch of photos will attract more followers, but quite the opposite is true. If you post too many photos at once, you will end up flooding the home pages of your followers. Non-followers will not want to follow you, and people who do currently follow you may change their mind and stop.

  • On average, post no more than one to three photos each day.

5- Post your photos during peak times.

An Instagram photo has a lifespan of three to four hours before it disappears into the Instagram community. If you post while the largest number of people are on, you are more likely to get random viewers and potential followers than you would at other times of the day.

  • The two most popular times of the day are in the morning and after work lets out.
  • The most popular time of the week is Wednesday between 5 PM and 6 PM.
  • 2:00pm-3:00pm, central time, is another active rush period on Instagram.
  • Every Instagram account has a different audience. Work out what times get you the most amount of interactions and post regularly at those times.

6- Follow large numbers of users.

One of the quickest ways to attract the attention of other Instagram users is to begin following them first. The more people who you follow, the more who will consider following back.

  • Look for popular users, as well as users who follow many more people than they have followers. These people may want to bulk up their number of followers, and will follow you back.
  • If an account has “f4f” or “follow4follow” (or any derivative of either phrase) in their bio, following them will most likely encourage them to follow you back.

7- Interact with other users’ posts.

While following users is a good way to get them to notice your account, they might remain ambivalent until you begin liking and commenting on their posts.

  • This strategy takes time, but often results in loyal followers who may recommend your account to friends.

8- Join a micro-community.

Micro-communities are based around Instagram accounts which involve a wide range of users by sponsoring daily challenges and offering forums. By becoming actively involved in a micro-community, you can quickly introduce yourself to other Instagram users. Best of all, these users are eager to be active on Instagram, so they can be more likely to follow new users.

  • For instance, the @joshjohnson#JJ community offers daily challenges and forums. If you tag your photos with the #JJ hashtag and follow the 1-2-3 rule of the community, you can easily gain new followers. The basic rule is that, for every photo you post, you should comment on two others and like three more.

 

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