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2 big IG accounts: How to monetize?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by BobBobby, May 2, 2017.

  1. BobBobby

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    Hello :D

    I have 2 Instagram accounts in the Pets niche. 8k and 11k followers. Approximately 300 likes per photos. I put a link on the profile but it does not work ... so my question: How to monetize 2 Instagram accounts in the niche Pets?

    Thanks
     
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    grow them ....11k is not really big ;)
     
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    Ok... but surely there is a way to monetize this a bit?
     
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    11k is tiny ;)
     
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    Yes I understood but this is not the important thing in my question... how monetized that? There is probably some $ to be done.
     
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    How do you monetize any type of recurring user base?

    Compile a list of all possible monetization methods. See which ones are applicable to IG. Go through and test each one individually and compare the results. Look for the underlying framework of why certain ones work better then other. Focus on those that fit within the 'successful framework'.

    Any answer your gonna get on the forum is going to be marginal at best. Test and figure out the answer on your own, the long benefit of such knowledge is significantly higher.