Hi everyone! I am new to Instagram (joined in October) and I have reached 1.8k followers (I only follow 60 people, right now). I've never used bots or anything, just doing a lot of liking and commenting using hashtags of my specific niche, so hopefully, my followers are genuinely interested in what I post. Concerning my photos, I have decided to post only one photo every week (each Monday) because I want to give it time to get as many likes as possible. So, by doing this, when I first post a photo, I originally get around 250 followers to like it, but by waiting for a week to post something new, that photo ends up getting way more likes, as I keep interacting with new people all the time, liking photos of my specific niche. These people end up on my profile and start liking whatever they like, some of them might just hit like on everything as I only have 25 nice and unique photos, as of now. Some of the photos have already surpassed 1k likes (the most popular is at 1347 likes) and more of them are approaching the 1k likes, as we speak. I think what I do is good, because I don't want my best photos burried after a while. I prefer having less photos and give the chance to possible new followers to see and like as many as possible, since Instagram does not give you the option to categorize or re-organize them. And when people check your account and see all those likes, they are even more tempted to follow you, I guess. Also, while I wait for the next week to post my next photo, I'm out and about photographing and collecting possible shots, growing my photo library, so that I have many options to choose only the best one ( seriously, I might get 200 shots of something and still not be satisfied, kinda psycho I know ) So, I'd like to ask, is anyone else doing this? If so, have they noticed people getting bored by the inactivity of the account and unfollowing often? Even if that's the case, I am still not sure I want to post more often, because I'm sick of profiles that have 500-600 or more posts that you never get to see them all, even if you might want to. Any answer will be appreciated! Thank you in advance!