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.
This is an update to a previous entry about Instagram follow limits and how to moderate your activities in order to avoid getting your account into the ‘Instagram jail’ and even avoid the ‘ban hammer’. We are going to do a summary of what’s explained in that post and add what we’ve learnt since the last update.