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How to Build a Trustworthy Bond with Your Audience on Instagram and Make Your Profile Grow Quickly?

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If you are a beginner entrepreneur who has just begun to run their business on Instagram, you might be confused: how do all of these bloggers have the talent to grow such an impressive audience and make them stay? Are there some special hacks that you don’t know about, and what can you do to be like these bloggers? Well, everything comes slowly but surely to those who try, and in this article, we’re going to tell you what you can do to reach the same success and find your people, the followers that are going to support you and who will gladly view all of your posts and stories.

You might have heard that there are many paid ways to promote your profile – but we shouldn’t start with that, as there are several important things you should know to come in touch with your audience and find it in the first place. First of all: don’t try to copycat all the bloggers in your niche; you can use their profiles as a blueprint (meaning: what to post, what’s important to highlight and to pin, what are the topics that you can talk about in your profile, etc.), but never copy them in the smallest details. Many people make that mistake and don’t understand what’s wrong: the audience sees the copies right away, and they don’t think that following literally the same account is a good idea. There should be a certain quirk about you, something that’s going to make them stay. Be you. That’s the main piece of advice that we can give.

Second of all – be in touch with your people. Don’t just leave your post or story hanging there; if somebody is trying to contact you or is simply sending you their reaction, make sure to show that you’re actually here for that. Answer their questions, reply to their messages and always tell them what you’re going to do next with your account and your brand. Update the information and try to post regularly – actually, posting publications is not that important anymore, but being in people’s stories feed is extra demand, so make sure you can handle the tempo. If you don’t have time to contact your online audience, make sure you find the person who will do that for you.

And only now can we proceed to talk about the paid topics: for example, you can buy Instagram followers. Why are those good, and why won’t they harm your profile (many people say the opposite, and you should know why this is a myth)? You see, many people have a negative experience because of purchasing the wrong type of subscribers: they come to the websites that sell them almost for free and expect to buy something worthy. Whilst these companies sell fakes that do nothing good to any account, only harm: Instagram algorithms see that a person gains only fake subscribers (empty or half-empty pages with tons of subscriptions and no info) and will perceive your profile and your content as fake from that moment and on.

But if you buy real Instagram followers – things are going to be completely different. You’re going to not only increase your subs count but also gain a chance of people leaving you likes and comments if they find your content interesting enough. Plus, Insta will see that there are tons of people coming to your profile (real ones) and will recommend your content to those who might potentially be interested. But how does that help with building a trustworthy bond? You see, people are still validating everything they see by the number of subs and likes that they see. If something has close to zero likes or somebody’s account has no followers, they won’t be willing to come and check out what’s in there. But if you have a balanced number of subs, likes, and comments on your profile, there is a very high possibility that you will be able to trick people into thinking that you’re already a successful blogger.

These tricks didn’t harm anybody and were used by all of the successful bloggers you see today to reach the heights they’ve reached. So don’t be shy to use this hack, but still, put enough effort and time into running your account and staying on the same wave with your audience.

Photo credit: The feature image has been done by Bogdan Sonyachny.
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