There is no doubt that a large number of marketers have experienced the horrible outcomes of shadow banning. For those who are unfamiliar with this, the shadowban is the kind of ban that will stop showing the user’s new posts in feeds of non-subscribers, but they are never notified or told of the ban at all.
Instagram isn’t working on your iPhone or iPad and you don’t know what to do. It can be incredibly frustrating when the pictures and videos in your Instagram feed just aren’t loading, even though WiFi is turned on.
At this point, we can’t be sure what’s causing your problem. It may be caused by the software or hardware of your iPhone or iPad. Minor software glitches can cause apps like Instagram to crash or not work properly.
Instagram might just be the most popular social media outlet currently. With hordes of people joining it every day and celebrities choosing it as their primary outlet for connecting with fans, the growth it has seen over the last three years is immense. And there’s no stopping it anytime soon. The Facebook-owned photo and content sharing application have seen an even greater interest directed towards it with the introduction of the Instagram story. Many companies are now focusing more and more on Instagram when it comes to marketing and promotions. It is quickly becoming the one social media outlet that really matters.
Finding out your best time for when to post on Instagram is crucial for your success.
You want to be able to stay on top of algorithm changes by engaging with your community when they’re active on the platform, instead of disappearing in their feeds. If you post when your community is active and your post gets engagement quickly after it goes live, Instagram interprets that as a sign of the quality of your content and pushes your post up the feeds and in front of more eyeballs. It’s a win-win all around!
In March 2018, Instagram issued a press release announcing an update to “give you more control over your feed and ensure the posts you see are timely.”
Does this mean the chronological feed is back? Not exactly.
According to Instagram, the 2018 algorithm update means “newer posts are more likely to appear first in the feed.”
Instagram is a social media tool for connecting with others by sharing photos, and the resources for finding interesting people are built into the software. Since many Instagram users you may want to follow are also your Facebook friends, Instagram can link to your Facebook account to find people you already know. When you follow Facebook friends on Instagram, their latest photos and updates appear in your feed, and you can view, like and comment on these photos to boost your friends’ profiles.
No matter if you’re a celebrity with a few million followers, a photo enthusiast or a selfie addict, there is a large chance you’ll be using Instagram. This photo-sharing app outgrows its primary concept and now is an important part of everyday digital life. As saying goes ‘Photo says a thousand words’, and Instagram has all the tools needed to share your story.