Can People See What You Like On Instagram
In order to be seen as you are, you have to have a presence on Instagram. This means having a good profile picture and description, and following just about every product category out there, be it fashion, beauty, lifestyle, food or home. The latter two are more important than other categories.
If you want to do well, start on the basics first. Here is a great post by Personal Brand Blogger with detailed instructions on how you can get started on Instagram. Don’t be intimidated by the various features available in Instagram – just try it out for a few days and see what works best for your audience and brand.
2. Likes and Tags on Instagram (What you can hide)
There are many benefits to following users on Instagram. Not only can you see their content, but you can also see what they like and dislike. The more active they are, the higher your chance of seeing something you’ve liked is. You can also use hashtags to post what you like. This allows other users to see what you like and dislike. In addition, there are more ways of showing off your likes than just tagging yourself in photos. There are Instagram commenting tools such as @instagram and #InstaTag that allow you to easily add likes and/or comments to photos. You should also go ahead and use Likes/Comments on comments sections with all of your posts in order to help people find your content more easily!
3. Can People See What you Like, Follow and Unfollow On Instagram?
Instagram is the app that has proved to be the most popular social media platform of all time. It has been a gold mine for many brands. For example, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs regularly uses it to promote and market his products among his fan base.
However, if you are a newer brand and do not have a large presence on Instagram (and especially if you don’t have a large following) then this may seem like an impossible task for you. But again, no matter how big your following is on other social media platforms, it will not be nearly as successful as Instagram engagement.
It’s quite natural that many people feel intimidated when they first install Instagram because they don’t know where to start or what tools to use. So we suggest that you do some research before diving in head-first into Instagram engagement with your followers. You should first decide which one of the many tools will suit you best (e.g., if you want to create and manage your own profile with filters, then IGTVT or IGTVT Plus are good options). Your second consideration should be whether or not Instagram is right for your brand/business; whether it fits your business/brand vision; whether or not it will help promote your brand/business; and finally whether or not it makes sense for your business/brand vision (if this is true for yours). If none of these questions are answered in your research then continue with our next section where we cover what tools to use and how do we recommend them in detail.
The best way to reach out to your customers is through social media. But it is equally important to be aware of what you’re showing off and who you are showing that to.
A good example of this comes from a company that I also mentioned above: Musician Supply. They have an Instagram account with over 1 million followers (@musiciansupply). Do they post their products? Of course not! What they do is show the world their engagement towards their fans (again, similar to Musician Supply). They have a great hashtag (#musiciansupply) – which they use in their posts – that shows support for their fans. However, by using product images, instead of product descriptions and actual product information, it does not appear as if they are ‘selling’ anything on Instagram. By doing so, they invite more people to join in on the fun and show that there are many other people just like them and just as passionate about music.