Try as you may, you just can’t seem to find that magic formula that will bring you millions of followers or the level of beauty and engagement you desire in your feed. In other words, you’ve come to the proper location.
After providing you with our Top Posts for Instagram, we’re stepping up your game with this handy guide to the ONE thing that’s trending on Instagram right now: Let’s hear it for the…
Quite simply, UGC refers to content created by users.
Material created by individuals and shared by others is known as “user-generated content” (with proper credit). The strong tactic is one of the most pervasive online resources, and it appears to be astonishingly effective on Instagram, making it a favourite among companies.
Are you seriously doubting us? Users’ own content on Instagram get more likes and comments than branded photographs, according to research by Social Annex.
First, figure out your social stance.
Then, determine the type of material you want to highlight on your page, whether you are a business seeking to highlight your consumers or a creative looking to create a whole account around features.
The second step is to come up with the ideal hashtag.
Create a custom hashtag for your Instagram profile to make it simple for users to contribute material and share it with the world. After it gets going, people will start posting photographs to Instagram with your hashtag, and you won’t even have to go searching for interesting material to share.
Insist that people use your hashtag when they publish
Once you’ve settled on a hashtag, the next step is to get the word out and encourage widespread use.
Promote the hashtag in your bio, as it will be the first thing people see when they click through to your feed.
Keep an eye on user-generated content and save the greatest pieces.
Here comes the enjoyable part! When you’ve gotten more people to use your hashtag through effective promotion, you’ll need to keep an eye on everything that’s being said using it, compile the finest material, and select a person to highlight on your channel.
Just visit the website for the relevant hashtag and select the media you find most interesting. You may now bookmark a post by touching the bookmark symbol beneath the image, and all of your saved posts will be accessible in a new “Saved” area of your profile.
Provide attribution in the caption
Do you feel you have found the right material for your feed? Put it on your page right now, but remember to caption it properly!
If you don’t want to make people furious, be sure you always @-mention the original creator in your Instagram post by typing their username in the caption.
Using UGC into your Instagram profile, you’re well on your way to building a gorgeous profile. So why wait any longer to put our advice into action and report back on your results?