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I see a lot of people on this forum trying to grow business profiles but what’s I want to know is how can I grow a personal account. I want to build my personal brand through social media. I have around $1000 to invest and I would like to avoid f/u and any sort of buying likes or followers. Ideally I would be able to grow organically. How big of an account can I expect to grow with an investment of $1000
 

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It depends more on your strategy which path you choose to grow your account. With $1,000 IMO you should be able to scale up by 25,000-50,000 followers a month. If you're from asian countries, the figures would actually double or quadruple.
 

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It depends more on your strategy which path you choose to grow your account. With $1,000 IMO you should be able to scale up by 25,000-50,000 followers a month. If you're from asian countries, the figures would actually double or quadruple.
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It depends more on your strategy which path you choose to grow your account. With $1,000 IMO you should be able to scale up by 25,000-50,000 followers a month. If you're from asian countries, the figures would actually double or quadruple.
I’m more asking if there are any completely organic ways to grow an account or do I have to use bots
 

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I disagree with what the previous guy said. If you want a personal brand and you are willing to play the long game (which is necessary) listen to me lol.

I have probably used that amount over the past year. Spend some time getting info and spend that 1k over a long period of time. Personal accounts take a long time to make money. I started 9 months ago and I have one 30k account and one 9k acount. Id spend that on great content first and formost. Then get a bot like Jarvee or GMT, but not to bot - to gather data from. Don't ever switch your acc from business because you will need all those statistics.

You should have at least 9+ posts before botting. I recommend ONLY using it to like other people's photos, one per person, from other good/large accounts in your niche. Do it slowly, never faster than 15 seconds per like. Do like 1 -200 a day for a few weeks. This will get some traction do you account. Increase by like 50 or so each week until maybe 500. At like 4k I would say to stop botting (but keep gathering stats). Focus, focus, focus on making great content and stay on top of the algorithm and always be learning. Use stories alot and engage with your followers.

OFC, all this is a waste of time if your content is bad though so that's all I'll say for now.
 

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I disagree with what the previous guy said. If you want a personal brand and you are willing to play the long game (which is necessary) listen to me lol.

I have probably used that amount over the past year. Spend some time getting info and spend that 1k over a long period of time. Personal accounts take a long time to make money. I started 9 months ago and I have one 30k account and one 9k acount. Id spend that on great content first and formost. Then get a bot like Jarvee or GMT, but not to bot - to gather data from. Don't ever switch your acc from business because you will need all those statistics.

You should have at least 9+ posts before botting. I recommend ONLY using it to like other people's photos, one per person, from other good/large accounts in your niche. Do it slowly, never faster than 15 seconds per like. Do like 1 -200 a day for a few weeks. This will get some traction do you account. Increase by like 50 or so each week until maybe 500. At like 4k I would say to stop botting (but keep gathering stats). Focus, focus, focus on making great content and stay on top of the algorithm and always be learning. Use stories alot and engage with your followers.

OFC, all this is a waste of time if your content is bad though so that's all I'll say for now.
Thanks and that seems like really good advice but I really have more like 1,000 to spend each month
 

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Thanks and that seems like really good advice but I really have more like 1,000 to spend each month

Post in the Hire a freelancer sub-forum.

I know for a fact a guy that for that kind of money can make your IG account explode without using any Bots.

He won't offer his services outside of the marketplace, want to buy or hire a freelancer sections as he respects the rules but you would be super happy with him should you hire him.
 

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Thanks and that seems like really good advice but I really have more like 1,000 to spend each month

OH ok well then I don't have much input lol. I only have 10% of that.
 

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Post in the Hire a freelancer sub-forum.

I know for a fact a guy that for that kind of money can make your IG account explode without using any Bots.

He won't offer his services outside of the marketplace, want to buy or hire a freelancer sections as he respects the rules but you would be super happy with him should you hire him.
Alright will do. Thanks for the advice
 

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I think 50K followers is an achievable number with that budget. Ideally, you want to get your photos on the explore page to grow organically. Check out if engagement groups and power likes are viable growth methods for you.
 

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tell me more my lord

What more would you like to know :confused:

I’m more asking if there are any completely organic ways to grow an account or do I have to use bots

well, you could use facebook ads or other way out you could work on getting engaged with other people within your niche which have accounts with almost half size of your followers or double. Post as much comments as possible and in return when you get those comments from other accounts, you get some of their followers juice too.
 

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I disagree with what the previous guy said. If you want a personal brand and you are willing to play the long game (which is necessary) listen to me lol.

I have probably used that amount over the past year. Spend some time getting info and spend that 1k over a long period of time. Personal accounts take a long time to make money. I started 9 months ago and I have one 30k account and one 9k acount. Id spend that on great content first and formost. Then get a bot like Jarvee or GMT, but not to bot - to gather data from. Don't ever switch your acc from business because you will need all those statistics.

You should have at least 9+ posts before botting. I recommend ONLY using it to like other people's photos, one per person, from other good/large accounts in your niche. Do it slowly, never faster than 15 seconds per like. Do like 1 -200 a day for a few weeks. This will get some traction do you account. Increase by like 50 or so each week until maybe 500. At like 4k I would say to stop botting (but keep gathering stats). Focus, focus, focus on making great content and stay on top of the algorithm and always be learning. Use stories alot and engage with your followers.

OFC, all this is a waste of time if your content is bad though so that's all I'll say for now.
Thanks for this insight
 

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Good info on here ^^
Like it alot.
Money really does make the world go round. :alien:
 
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