The more you do, the more you will make progress. The more active you are in your daily schedule of work; the sooner you will begin to see results. On the Instagram platform, one of the most obvious signposts of positive results is the tally of likes being accumulated per post. And I for one certainly believe that these Instagram likes free you up to go forward with more confidence and with increased levels of productivity.
All that is left for you to do is to go forward with your daily or scheduled tasks. Here are a few that are substantial in its effectiveness and come well recommended that I picked up along the way. One task prominent on your list of Instagram chores is to keep on posting on a regular basis. Assuming that there will be logistical or market-related lulls, you could also make purchases of likes, as well as followers, from time to time.
Furthermore, and inasmuch as it is the desire of every active social media campaigner to have a growing and enduring litany of followers, it is imperative that you obligate yourself as a follower as well. And not merely add your name to a list of recorded followers, not merely for posterity, but to actively engage as a follower. You would be expecting that much from your followers if you were to, say, be an influential influencer to put it in a tongue in cheek sort of way.
Regular administrative tasks should be on the list of every successful Instagram campaigner. To that I add monitoring tasks. Here you will be monitoring just how active your regular posts have been, indeed, how popular they are and, if needs be, this may prompt you into buying followers and likes, hopefully on less occasions than is necessary going forward. Apart from regular photographic work, an important part of your creative process will be the effective use of the hashtag.
In a caption related worded segment, I would advocate merely one active hashtag. Make that your leading and identifiable hashtag. It tags viewers and followers to your brand and directly informs them of your business. Longer worded posts could have up to four hashtags, but I would never advocate more than one. Even if you were to produce a two-thousand-word copywriting document, I believe that such that contains as many as ten hashtags is utter madness and, to be quite frank, tardy and messy.
Not to take anything away from a growing number of likes and followers, I still believe that quality trumps quantity on any given day. What better way to draw in qualitative supporters of your work than to inject more substance and context into your selected words and phrases. Believe me, as far as target markets are concerned, they are as discerning as can be. They will bypass fleeting nonsense but will pause for thought when encountering a striking statement or two.