In March 2016, Instagram announced that it would follow in the footsteps of its parent company, Facebook, and change users feeds from a reverse chronological stream to an algorithm-based feed of the photos that users would find most appealing.
That means posting beautiful photos and having a nicely curated feed won’t be enough to grow your account. You will have to pay for your posts to be seen. Instagram doesn’t distinguish whether you’re a big brand with lots of cash to spend on social media or just a person. Once published, your post will fall into an abyss of the unseen, buried below posts that have been promoted by payment.
According to SocialMediaToday, users have experienced major declines: follower growth down 93% and engagement down 70% in March 2016 compared to March 2015. Why? Because Instagram has already started experimenting with your feed.
We leveraged our software engineering backgrounds and created strategies to direct enthusiasts to your social profiles. We do so, by targeting your niche, geolocations, competitors, local businesses, events, or followings of social media influencers & bloggers. In an organic way, at the right time, while the users are online using the app.
We consistently reach 20,000 unique users every month for each of our clients, and gain 3,000-4,000 thousand new followers monthly. Your followers will be real people who will physically go to your account and intentionally follow your brand. It is all performed organically on backend to replicate your already established behavior and take it to the next level.