Hi guys! I just got paid. Good to know and see that my clients still pay me on time. And because they are all over the show, it is so reassuring to see how well software technology is working these days to allow me to make smooth transfers of funds from an agency’s escrow account to my local bank and straight into my account. It’s funny. I’ve managed to get your attention. The moment you start talking about money, everyone’s ears prick up. I thought I’d take this tack as a taster towards showing you how to increase Instagram followers on your platform.
I’m going to share with you one of the hottest Instagram topics being spoken about these days. There are other things you should be doing if you want to become a top-notch influencer on Instagram. But that’s going to have to be a story for another day. The thing is, people are still trying to decide whether or not they should be buying their followers. Well, that, to be quite frank with you, depends on your immediate circumstances. It also depends on what strategy you have in mind going forward. What is your ultimate goal aside from reaching the benchmark of how so ever many followers on your platform?
The contingency of buying followers is this. As far as I can tell, it works best when you are just starting out. You know no-one and it can take forever and a day to make new friends. I say this meaningfully because, once upon a time, before Instagram became the hit it is today, it was, oh, actually, it wasn’t. Here’s what happened. I was on Facebook. You have no idea how many ‘friend requests’ I posted. Of course, it was quite easy to correlate in terms of like-minded interests and similar commercial interests.
But do you think any of these busy people were about to reciprocate and send me ‘friend requests’ in return. No-o-oo! Not a chance. Of course, I wasn’t in my right mind either. I felt rejected and dejected. I was writing up some really nice posts for my WordPress blog, and yes, there I managed to build a decent following. But it was never going to be as strong as it should have been in order to gain from it financially. I knew there were guys (and girls) out there who were making money out of their blogs.
Having that many ‘friends’ and followers listed on their profile certainly helps. So, by the time I signed up with Instagram, I had already grown some brains (and balls). I transferred my modest but intelligent and organic stream of support on my WordPress blog to my new Instagram profile. Of course, I had given them notice that whatever we would be sharing together would, henceforth, also be seen on the Instagram platform. My WordPress fan club grew overnight. Here’s how. I bought Instagram followers.
And it’s making me some money too.