The difference between my journey and everyone else's instagram journey on here, this one is actually going to work. So i'm 16, i've been working with building instagram accounts since I was 14. The biggest account I've owned was a 250k, it was an account about pranks, the first of its kind. I built that account using $2,000 I had saved up from previous instagram business. The account was built for me in 2 weeks, from 0 to 250k in two weeks, for $2,000. I made this money back easy selling shoutouts. Long story short, the account ended up being banned. But I made a lot of money, so it was fine. Only problem was, I didn't have any of the money I made. I was 14, making thousands per month, I spent the money as soon as it entered my PayPal account lol. But anyways, the journey: As of now, 16,100 followers, 650 likes a pic What I've done so far: Brought back one of my old accounts from the dead, the account is over 1 year old. I had 5,000 followers. Gained 11,000 followers manually following/unfollowing The Plan: The goal of course it to make money. I plan to have giveaways on my website and I will be using content lockers (cpa) to generate income. The current plan is to send my followers to my website for a giveaway and convince them to fill out the survey, unlocking the giveaway. I will not be putting any link in my bio, I don't want any chance of me losing the account. I will be watermarking my website link into the giveaway pictures and just letting them type it in themselves. The goal mid way through 2016 is to have my main account at 100k and a second account (that I will be starting in January) at 30,000ish. I'm planning on doing about 3 giveaways per month, once I hit 50k. Hoping to generate $500 to $1000 monthly. Same thing for the 30k I will be building, once that account reaches 30k, I will be starting giveaways. That's the plan at the moment, feel free to comment and let me know what you think. Follow my journey! I know a lot of people on BHW give up on their instagram journey but I've built accounts in the past, I know what I'm doing. This will be a success.