Don’t Do These 5 Things On Instagram

There is no reason your future startup should not have its online branding done BEFORE and startup money is even gone after. When you are pitching your business plan you need to have your online presence done. This shows how serious you are and also frames your vision not just in words but in an arena that people can visualize. We all know that the first place people start their research on a company or product is to go online and Google. You need to anticipate this and be ready.

abonnés Instagram gratuitement has lots of users and the number is only growing. It’s a photo sharing app that can be used across platforms. It enables even somebody who doesn’t know which end of the camera to aim to take amazing looking pictures. Who wouldn’t love it?

So, choose the platform that you like best and focus on that. As of this writing in December of 2011, it appears that Klout favors Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Although it allows users to register several other networks – Instagram, Foursquare, LinkedIn, YouTube, and others – it does not appear to be counting those.

As long as Facebook is around, it will continue to have an effect on SEO. Whether it has a positive effect on your business rankings or someone else’s depends entirely on how you choose to play it. For our clients, Facebook still plays a vital role in the entire SEO package we offer.

Currently, Instagram has over 90 million active users posting 40 million photos per day. That translates into the possibility of your website being seen by 90 million users a month.

One of the criticisms of Instagram is that its filters destroy good photographs. This complaint has come mainly from professional photographers who may be feeling the heat of competition. Their standards of what is acceptable are generally higher than the public at large as well. For most business purposes, the photo reproduction in Instagram is “good enough”.

If you are willing to spend the money, you have the option to advertise your videos through Google AdWords for Video (TrueView Ads). The ads will appear on the site for your targeted audience. When a viewer clicks on the ad, they will be directed to your video or YouTube channel. Like traditional pay-per-click ads, you only pay when someone clicks on the ad.

Start planning your website. Facebook and Twitter are a great way to jumpstart your platform, but ultimately you will want a website. A website will allow you to more fully engage with your target audience. It becomes the major platform for posting articles, responding to comments and encouraging discussion. A website can also serve as a market place for products you create. I’ll go into more detail about how to set up a website in a later post. For now, start thinking about your big picture and the multiple avenues available to build a community.

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