Hi All, This one's not going to have any monetary goals associated. I've recently been dabbling in the Print on Demand T-Shirt game, as well as the dropshipping game. Both have had limited success so far but part of my plan to improve on those two games is to branch into the exciting world of automated instagram marketing. I'm going to grow a few insta accounts across various niches and then when they get to around the 1k follower mark I'll add bio links to products in either my drop shipping store or maybe t-shirts in my redbubble account. Generally at this point in time, I dont necessarily know what each account will be promoting, but I feel like building up some accounts is bound to be a useful move regardless of what I'm doing in the IM space in future. Dropshipping seems like it has potential though so that'll probably be where this goes. Done so far: Bought mass planner Bought 15 USA proxies from massproxy.com Bought 10 USA PVA Insta accounts. They're only about 1 month old, so I'll be conservative with the MP settings I think. Got a 1 year free VPS from amazon (there's a guide on the Massplanner website for this To do next: Decide on 5 niches Collect about 300 photos per niche Set up 5 accounts with 9 posts each, bio, profile pic Upload photos somewhere Build up a post file for uploading the posts into massplanner scheduler Learn how to use massplanner ad set up 5 accounts to start following/unfollowing I think that's about it for the short term. Massplanner is looking way more complicated than i first anticipated so I've got some learning to do. Photo gathering will be done with 4k stogram, I'll just steal a load of HQ pics from other people in my niche. Niches will probably be: Cats Pugs Outdoor/camping Women's fitness Maybe pile: Men's fitness Harry Potter Comics I think that gives me enough to get on with for now. If anyone has any tips on making content gathering as easy as possible let me know. I guess you need good quality pics to get the best growth rate. Also if anyone has any tips on how to choose hashtags that'd be helpful too.