Using Comments to Set Yourself Apart on Instagram

Using Comments to Set Yourself Apart on Instagram Avatar Posted by jennherman31 under Social Media
From http://jennstrends.wordpress.com 1434 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on June 23, 2013 6:50 pm
I’m starting to realize why so many people love Instagram. And it might not be what you think. Yes, it’s full of wonderful, and stunning photos. Yes, you can see what your friends and family are up to through their life of images. But, more importantly, it’s so easy to use, it’s almost lazy!





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Written by HeatherStone
1429 days ago

Jenn,

Great points here about the social aspect of the platform. I’d add that with the recent announcement of video on Instagram similar to Twitter’s Vine, popularity of the service, and its importance as a social network, can only increase.



Written by jennherman31
1429 days ago

Absolutely, Heather! I'm actually really excited about the video capabilities and think it will only increase the popularity of Instagram.



Written by tcamba
1434 days ago

This is a new take on Instagram and it's definitely worth taking note off. Typically I just like a photo and never bother to comment at all.



Written by jennherman31
1432 days ago

Yes, you like me, and a lot of other people are so used to just "liking" photos. I hope you try the comments and I hope you see the success I have seen!



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