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Need more information about engagement groups - if you've used one chime in!

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by coitza, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi guys and gals, as the title says, I need some info on the subject of engagement groups. I've never used one myself but I've read in many places that they can work wonderfully.

    I'd really appreciate if some of you that tried them could share their knowledge, thanks :)

    Your experience :
    1. Did you even use an engagement group and for how long?
    2. Did it work for you?
    3. Are you still using one? If not, why did you stop?
    4. What were the problems that you noticed with the engagement groups you were in?
    How it works:
    1. How fast were you required to do the likes ?
    2. Were you posting just before this started to get likes to a new post?
    3. Does it matter if you get many likes to a 1 days old post or a 1 hour old post?
    4. How many likes would be required to boost a post?
    5. Is there an upper limit to how many likes you should/could get or the more the better?
    6. Do the likes need to come from accounts on the same niche or it doesn't matter?
    7. Do the likes need to come from accounts that followed you or it doesn't matter?
    8. Do the accounts that make the likes matter in any way, I mean it is the same if a 2 week old account with 500 followers likes you as if a 5 months old account with 20.000 followers likes you?
    9. I also saw comment boost groups - how does that work, it's based on the same thing, engagements on your posts?
    10. Would a combination of the two, comments and likes help more?
    11. Any other information that I'm missing feel free to add it at the end as it would definitely help.
     
  2. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    come on guys, no one? did I scare you away with too many questions? :D
     
  3. ilikethecheesecakes

    ilikethecheesecakes Regular Member

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    Hello Johnny
     
  4. colorme

    colorme Supreme Member

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    yes, no, no, leechers

    within 1-2 hours
    yes
    matters to recent posts. old posts getting new likes is like water under the bridge.
    depends on your hashtags.
    more the better, size matters even if women will say otherwise.
    best from same niche, but not that much.
    best if followers, otherwise IG algorithm kicks in.
    bigger is better.
    comments same as likes. Algorithm kicks in as to how valuable it is.
    yes
    in the real world, real likes and real comments matter. crappy accounts commenting or liking don't spike your post anymore than fakes.

    In my experience, doing engagement with groups that have anywhere from 1K to 100K is worthless. Most are bot accounts with crappy engagement. So, unless you're in a real 100K+ group with real engagement accounts (not those with 2K likes per post and all of that is from engagement groups) don't even try it. Not worth your time spent liking worthless accounts to get a like back.

    Engagement with groups on Skype, Kik, Telegram and Instagram DMs, is like giving every homeless person a buck, so that they give you a buck back. You end up losing in the end, as the buck you receive is probably full of bacteria, spit, urine, feces, bodily fluids and God knows what else.
     
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