Geotagging is the act of adding “Geographical information metadata” like location data (longitude, latitude, etc.) to a media, in our case to pictures taken with our phones. This is what Instagram geo-tagging is about.
In this time of the year, you should get ready to see a lot of Instagram collages on your feed from your friends. These collages are easy to create. The only thing you need to do is input a handle from your public Instagram account, and the site will generate a photo collage of you are top nine most popular posts from 2017.
Instagram has become the new diary for everyone. You can find out about your mood changes over time through the quick scroll on your Instagram page. There is psychology analyze behind every picture you post. How you felt, what was on your mind, your needs and your focus at that time. Your subconscious will show itself in your Instagram posts.
With the astronomical increase in Instagram accounts and with more people taking advantage of the Instagram apps to create awareness about their business and personal brand, Instagram is becoming populated at an increasing rate daily and with these accounts carving out a niche for themselves.
Achieving success in any form of marketing is something that requires commitment and dedication. The truth is that being efficient in marketing is going to demand that you make the best possible use of the most popular social platforms. Today, we are going to be talking about Instagram and the stats that every marketer should know for their 2018 campaigns.
Instagram is no doubt one of the most popular social media around the world. People post photos, follow interesting celebrity or non-celebrity accounts every day. One thing about Instagram drives some users crazy, that is it doesn’t allow us to save Instagram photos on our iPhone or PC.
Normally, when browsing photos in Safari or other apps on iPhone, we will have the option “Save Image” by long pressing on the photos. But in Instagram, there is no similar option. In order to protect copyright on photos Instagram does not allow you to keep someone else’s photo directly from the app.