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All of us are focused on how to get more blog readers, but have you ever thought of how to convert your Instagram friends to blog followers?
As a blogger we are always looking at different avenues to create different streams of followers. Some of the most popular sites we already use and choose include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+, among others.
But are you also utilizing Instagram?
How to Convert Blog Readers from Instagram
We pour hours of time and creativity into our posts and social media. Why? Because we LOVE to share and create and grow our follower base, as well as keep our current followers engaged. Another great avenue to do this is by using Instagram.
How do we do this? I am going to walk you thru step by step with a tutorial on how you can grow and keep engaging your blog readers.
Join me for a spotlight on how to use Instagram to create blog readers, as well as help keep your followers on different social media outlets engaged through your Instagram profile.
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Instagram followers says
I think this is the best way to increase your followers and like because that is the very nice software where you can easily get more and more likes and followers.
Rajkumar Jonnala says
good strategy to increase the traffic of our blog
Instagram! Checking it out now!!! Loving all the different ideas.
I do have a mistake in the post, you cannot have spaces in the hashtags, so I will go and correct it. I am so glad that everyone has found this post useful. Love Instagram.
Sybil @ Peace it all Together says
I really love Instagram! I seen others reference if their photo applies to a blog post, by stating, “link in profile.” So, that’s what I’ve started doing, as well. Most of my Instagram followers are also blog or Facebook followers, so it’s hard for me to tell how much using Instagram has increased traffic to my blog.
coffee in a cup says
thanks so much for the tips!
Great article! I noticed that when you were explaining the hashtags some of them included spaces. Can you have spaces in hashtags or will only the words that are run together with no spaces be searched? Ie #cutest baby ever or #cutestbabyever. Thanks!
I am glad you liked the article! They cannot have spaces, that was my typo 🙂 I have it corrected now, thank you for pointing that out.
julie marling says
I need to learn more about instagram. Thanks for the info 🙂
Julie @ Naptime Review
Just within the past couple days I noticed that one of the blogs I like to read takes a picture of each of her posts and shares it on Instagram. It’s something that I never thought about doing before, but now that I think about it, it kinda makes sense!
Bonnie Andrews says
Kristen, I love this idea. I have seen one of my fitness clients get crazy great engagement on Facebook and their blog just from one Instagram pic a day (focused on a daily theme). I am a huge proponent of Instagram.
Great tips, thanks Jennifer!
I am glad you found it useful, and I love incorporating different social medias together. I find I do get a lot of attention to different posted pictures for certain tutorials. I also like to do a hashtag search and see what other people are doing that have similar posts to mine. It’s just another really great resource for followers, and I have found great ideas for future posts as well!
Hmmm… I don’t use instagram… I’m thinking I should probably start, though… This is good food for thought! Thanks!