Advice: How To Have The Best Instagram Page

Freshman Sasha Ama shares her tips on making the best Instagram page.

If your Instagram feed is just boring, now is the time to change that. First, delete all pictures that are not Instagram worthy.

After you have deleted all of your worst pictures, find new ones that are worth posting either by scrolling through your camera roll or photographing them. For inspiration, take a look at popular pages with feeds that you like so you can maybe reflect off of theirs or use their editing/photography for ideas for your own.

Tip 1: Post daily or often to keep followers active and updated. Never repost a picture.
With new photos in hand, edit them all exactly the same so that when you post them, you will form a theme with all of your pictures matching. 

To get them exactly the same, use the recipe. For example, here are some pictures I had edited the same.

Tip 2: Change your theme weekly or monthly to make sure you do not get boring.
Next, chose a quote or saying for your bio. You should also put links to other social media pages that belong to you. For example, mine displays my Snapchat name as well as a link to my VSCO page.
Tip 3: Add a few reasonable emojis into your bio that match your profile picture to add attraction to your profile.

Finally, put yourself out there. You can do so by following new people and also making your page a business profile. This will allow you to promote your images onto others timelines and get attention. You will boost the amount of people that are active with you.
Tip 4: Do not follow more people than that of follow you. This will make it look like you are trying too hard to get followers.

--By Sasha Amaro, LS News reporter

The opinions of the stated author does not constitute an official position of the Lampeter-Strasburg School District or of the LS News editorial board.

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