A social media content calendar can help you stay organized with your posts, as well as keep track of collaborations, promotions, and marketing themes. It also gives you a beneficial big-picture overview of your brand’s strategy on a particular social media platform.
So you’ve set up shoppable Instagram images. Now it’s time to Shopify your Instagram feed. This is a key step in many brands’ monetization schemes, and the only step for many. Naturally, you’ll be rewarded if you do this well. Let’s take a look at some creative ways of using shoppable Instagram feeds.
Instagram recently announced that they were going to let business accounts schedule instagram posts automatically and the world rejoiced! We know it’s something you care about, as we’ve had hundreds of messages, emails and comments asking when the update was coming to our Plann platform.
When you use trending Instagram hashtags, you can boost the popularity of your post tenfold, allowing you to appear in many more feeds and almost certainly resulting in some kind of increase in engagement and account follows. However, using trending hashtags on their own isn’t enough.
Instagram took the leap and expanded their Shopping feature to new countries this week, including for us Aussies – woohoo! This brings a new feature to those of us on Instagram running an online store: the ability to create shoppable Instagram images.
You’re ready to maximize your marketing results by investing your resources in the most effective tools on the market today. Great! We’ve put together this list of social media marketing tools that will help you become a pro.
Sailing, tanning and doing yoga while growing your Instagram and living your dream lifestyle sounds pretty fantastic, right? But what if we told you that it’s not only possible but that there’s someone out there who’s actually doing it?
The Instagram algorithm seems to be the thing everyone loves to hate. Not only is it complicated, but there seems there is a new Instagram algorithm article released every single month.
It can be overwhelming for any business to come up with completely fresh content, day-after-day, for the social media platforms they have a presence on. Reusing successful posts from the past ensures something tried-and-true will go up, even if inspiration is flagging.
Cheese boards have caught on big in the Instagram world, and for good reason. They appeal to the die-hard foodie for their opportunity of contained diversity, allowing variety to shine.
There are countless methods of incorporating white space into design. Happily, you can do it easily using white borders on Instagram. Today, we’re going to take a look at the easiest way to create white borders on Instagram using Plann.