In order to get the most out of your Instagram account, you must create content that leads to higher engagement. Increase Instagram engagement with these six techniques.
Last month, I talked about 10 Twitter Best Practices For 2015. This month I decided to take on my favorite app, Instagram. Here are my ten tips fellow Instagrammers!
Instagram has rolled out Instagram Direct – a way to privately send photos and videos to your followers. Learn all about it in these must-reads.
By Instagram We’re excited to bring you Instagram Direct, a new way to send photo and video messages to friends. There are moments in our lives that we want to share, but that will be the most relevant only to a smaller group of people. Instagram Direct helps you share these moments.
By Josh Constine My friends aren’t using Instagram Direct, at least not yet. I’ve received just two IGD messages since it launched on Dec.12. In the meantime, over 20 close friends I regularly message with elsewhere have posted publicly to Instagram, and I’ve received about 60 Snapchat Snaps from 18 different people.
By Ellis Hamburger Ever since Facebook snatched Instagram from the outstretched arms of Twitter, the two companies have sparred continuously, feature for feature. But Instagram’s latest feature isn’t really about Twitter. It’s about Snapchat.
By Nicole Rose Dion Similar to Snapchat, Instagram Direct allows users to privately send photo or video messages through the application. Not only is this a great feature for individuals, Instagram Direct has the potential to be especially useful for brands.
By Caroline Moss Is there anything that strikes more fear in the heart of people than the idea that you may have sent a photo to an unintended recipient? Well, breathe easy; there’s a way to take back an Instagram Direct photo message you didn’t mean to send.
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For those of you that love #SelfieSaturday, and taking photo shoots of yourself in general, I’ve got some bad news: no one wants to see those pictures!
Leave it to illustrator John Kovalic of Dork Tower to demonstrate why, now matter how many different filters you use, your selfies are not as great as you think they are.
Vine has been around since January for iOS users and just became available for Android users, June 3rd. Unfortunately (for Vine), right after on June 20, Instagram (or Facebook) released Instagram video that was automatically available for both iOS and Android users.
From my personal social media feeds, I have heard all opinions on whether Vine or Instagram video is better. Instead of basing my opinion off my friends Tweets, I decided to compare the features of each video tool.
|Special Features||Front Facing Camera||Front Facing Camera, Filters, Stabilization|
|Users||13 million||13 million|
Which do you prefer? The original Vine or the new Instagram video?