What is affiliate marketing? It’s when you earn a percentage of the income made by a store owner for promoting their product. Your words convinced a customer to buy the product. It’s a smooth online process where a purchase made via your affiliate link confirms your...
“The internet was a mistake”- this is a popular phrase on, well, the internet. This opinion is almost always fostered by the negative effects of social media. Unfortunately, the algorithm makes it so easy to focus on the negative impacts that we forget social media did benefit societies in a way we never considered. So, let’s take a look at the 5 positive effects of social media today.
We’re all familiar with the odd feeling when we post something on Instagram and barely get 10 likes in an hour. If you’re a business owner, it’s even more dispiriting. You spent so much time on the carousel, only for no one to see it. You know they will engage if they see your post, but you don’t know how to make them see it. No wonder you want to know the best social media times to post.
To start affiliate marketing with Instagram, you need to be an Instagram influencer. Once you have a good number of followers and people willing to copy your product choices, you can easily get into any affiliate program you like. Even Instagram has an affiliate program you can use to your advantage now.
Instagram is a marketer’s playground more than anything right now. If you want followers on Instagram, you need to have a strategy. It does not matter if you’re a business or an individual. You have to post curated content with the right hashtags if you want followers.
Additionally, hashtag placement and hashtag choices do play a part in your reach. So, there are no one-fit best hashtags on Instagram for followers, but there are hashtags with more visibility over others.
For realtors, it’s safe to say that your audience is using Instagram, and your competitors are, too. With Instagram becoming increasingly popular, an estimated 71% of US businesses claim that they use the platform to promote their brand (Mention, 2018). Your rival real estate companies are likely among that 71%.