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They will also hold meet and greets, attend events, and enter which is a choice depending on their goals and how involved they want to be. Instagram is not just for clicking beautiful pictures and posting videos. bye to excuses, these Instagram users give you some fitness goals And even if you do get a running partner, chances of them meeting your pace stuns in pink; Nita Ambani dedicates dance; brothers Mukesh, Anil greet guests. Agencies report X more engagement with Instagram Story posts than them to meet and even exceed your Instagram ad campaign goals.
Small Business Marketing Comments: Fortunately, we have some creative ways of doing this, ensuring you can seamlessly introduce Instagram into your existing radio station marketing plans and reach out to a whole new audience of potential listeners and followers: Engage with the audience One of the most important tactics to use is to actually engage with your followers, asking them questions and getting them involved in discussions.
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Or you could tease the audience with a cut off or blurry image of a special guest who will be on a particular show that day. Alongside getting them to tune in to find out who the guest is and actually listen to them, you can also get the conversation going between followers as they attempt to work out who it is.
All social media users who take the time to follow a profile want to be excited and engage with the content that you are producing, so investing some creativity into what you put out there and getting the views of those all important followers is most certainly going to go down well.
Competition time Instagram competitions are a great way to drum up interest in your profile and engage new users to grow your following.
When setting up a competition, first things first, you need to think about what your prize is going to be. As a radio station, perhaps this could be a meet and greet with a star, tickets to a gig, a behind the scenes tour or even a 2 minute slot on a show on the station.
Choose a prize that is related to your station, your ethos and the people who listen; after all, nobody is going to enter if the prize is wildly different to what your station is all about. Next up, you need to let your followers know what they need to do to enter. Here are a few ideas of what you could get your followers to do: Get your followers to comment on your competition post and tag a couple of their friends in to help spread the word organically to be in with a chance of winning the prize.
Quite simply, ask your followers to share the competition post with their own followers to enter.
As a visual platform, why not get users to share a photo related to your competition or prize with a hashtag you have created to enter? Coco haggles his way into some likes Captions: If 'haggling' means 'paying full retail and then crying. We love him because he rarely lets himself off the hook, either.
Here, a strange man tails him as he haggles his way into some solid social engagement. Kat Dennings puts cups on her eyes Caption: You might not know her as girl who throws cups on her eyes to prolong hitting the treadmill. This technique works best with babies and animals, but can also be applied quite effectively to grown human males and females. Pup, inhibited by cone, gets caught in doggie door Click to watch. Because animals are hilarious.
Without the caption, all we have is a beagle getting his head stuck in a doggie door—funny, but also kind of sad.
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Definitely funnier, definitely less sad. Golden has a nose for the ball Click to watch. Baby as physical specimen Click to watch. Walking into the ufcpi in Las Vegas with my son Conor Jr.
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Look at his neck and back muscles and his total body control. I've watched this too many times. He is a specimen. We are styling too Is ascribing your very young son that same machismo a humorous social media tactic? For this writer, yes, very much so.Cameron Dallas Goals Meet and Greet
Armen Paul gets pensive Caption: This rarely-seen-but-effective tactic sees him substitute commentary for stream-of-consciousness monologue. Simply select any one of the outrageous thoughts that occur to you throughout the day.
Doggo does a thing Caption: Some find it incredibly annoying; some live by it. We all do it. We saw this video spread to multiple accounts and news feeds, and get mounds of engagement along the way.
If you can somehow situate your pet in a majestic wildlife predicament, and set the scene with a psychedelic keyboard number, get ready to see even more likes roll in. Just look at that face. That is an animal that will maul you in your sleep, then all but ruin the chiffarobe.
Not only is wordplay funny, and not only is it obvious, but often, the more obvious it is, the funnier it is. Minne-snow-ta The New England Patriots were hard luck losers in the Super Bowl, but I think we can all agree they go home winners with this Instagram caption.
Good on ya, New England. Bored of your job? Ashley is a pro-surfer-turned-social-influencer who uses her clout to help companies like FreeConferenceCall build brand awareness. This awfully punny bit of wordplay was enough to earn a spot on our list.
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Armen Paul likes turtles Caption: As far as this post is concerned: Armen Paul knows that all too well. Wordplay like this has allowed him to gradually amass a solid Instagram following. Slow and steady wins the race. Godzingis, Shaqtin a fool Click to watch. When bay leaves Caption: Look no further than Tilda Lindstam.
Definitely throw a couple bay leaves in your jambalaya too, though. Still, you have to appreciate the range. Karlie made this list for self-deprecation and wordplay.
Chris Pratt gets wedged Caption: I have to credit the brilliant photographer markseliger who discovered me wedged between these two rocks. It took him all day to pull me out. I had been stuck there for hours. I had barely enough strength to stare pensively into the distance.
I mean, it was bad. I almost had to chew off the lower half of my body to get out. But I'm not flexible enough. I could have died. But thanks to the brilliant photographer markseliger I'm alive to tell the story, which is currently being optioned for a movie.