Have you ever wondered about removing an ad from your Instagram feed? While you can’t stop ads from showing up in your feed, we will show you how to delete individual ads you don’t want to see.
If you are wondering who stalks your Instagram, keep reading because there’s an easy way to tell.
Instagram is one of the most successful social networks around the world, and for a good reason — the mostly visual content is entertaining, easy to scroll through and needs little knowledge of any particular language or even time.
Instagram lets you control which people can see your photos and videos. A twist in the way Instagram works means it can be hard or impossible to block people from viewing your posts if they’ve already blocked you. If you can’t work around this, one choice is to switch your account to private and gain more control over viewing.
Instagram is testing a feature that will let users collect their location data on Instagram and share them with Facebook. The platform is working on a prototype Location History feature proposing that Location History data collected from Location Services within the Instagram app will be used to support Facebook’s ad targeting.
Growing your Instagram followers can seem daunting, especially with the current state of Instagram influencer marketing, where those influencers get their followers. It can be tempting to skip all the hard works by buying Instagram followers as either a business account or an individual. But that won’t work for several reasons.
Instagram is starting a new campaign to encourage people to register to vote, using ads in both users’ stories and feed to offer an easy_click link with information on registering. So, Facebook too is preparing to influence the U.S. purposefully. Mid-Term elections after spending two years trying to be safe against foreign intervention.