Discussion in 'Instagram' started by W9go, Jul 7, 2016.
at which size of the accounts you stop follow unfollow ?
As soon as you receive a lot of mentions and an organic growth
I plan to stop once i reach 50k.
The thing is out of those 50k followers, how many will be active thats what im scared of.. Posting a picture on instagram and getting 300 likes with 50,000 followers. It doesn't add up..
I don't plan on having 0.6% engagement. I'm currently at 13k with 800 likes per post, which gives me a stable 5% engagement rate, and it's scaling well.
If you have 300 likes with a 50K account you are doing something wrong. If I just leave accounts on their own I usually have about 10% engagement, but those accounts where I engage back with my audience, I see 20%+ engagement.
800 likes at 13k followers comes out to 6% engagement...
LOL true, i messed up my math. Thanks for the heads up.
How exactly do you control if you follow active users or not? I know there is an option on FollowLiker to follow users who have posted in before a certain amount of time but how will you get such good engagement from following/unfollowing?
I'm trying to grow my personal account, I currently have 1000 followers and have an average of 200 likes per picture but its because when I follow people they spam me.. When I post a picture I usually get 125-150 likes in 3 hours of the pic being posted.
Engage with your followers! Always comment back when they comment on your photos, a simple "thank you" is in most cases enough. Let them want to come back the next day. Figure out what your followers like, if one of your photos are more liked/commented than the others, they for some reason liked that, figure out what it was (it is not just the quality of the photo), and replicate that into your other photos.
I basically post pictures of myself in different places, the comments that I do get are from my friends. I don't really get comments from new followers, most times I only get a spammed by liking a few pictures. Then again I only have 1000 followers and started botting 1 week ago and that could be the reason for this.
If you post once a day, then usually most people calculate the engagement as the total number of likes on your last 10 photos, divided by (10xfollowers count)
Engage back with your friends, to show your new followers that you are active, and not just expect to receive. Ask people that comment something related to the photo. If you are in Rome and they say "I had such a great trip their", ask them back where they went or what the had for dinner etc.
I'll stop when I organically can get the same amount of followers as I can currently with follow/unfollow - Whichever size my account have to reach for that.
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