It’s great to be liked, it really is, there’s just no denying it. I can remember the thrills that used to whirl through my spine every time I turned my PC on and checked into my Facebook page to see what’s up. And now we have WhatsApp, how about that. Anyway, I would have sent out half a dozen Facebook posts the previous day, and by now, it really swelled to see all these Likes recorded against each post.
You get Likes on Instagram too. Just a few years later, not long after Instagram was launched, I signed up for that platform too. I was already on YouTube and Twitter. I was also using the WordPress platform from which I would operate my main commercial website. Using WordPress is really swell if you want to build your own website all by yourself right from the get go. There will be some expense with this exercise.
But let me just tell you, it is well worth the effort. Not only are you cutting out the expensive middle man who likes to brand himself as an IT specialist, which he’s not, and a SEO engineer, what does he know about SEO that you and me can’t pick up in a jiffy, but you’re learning how to do all things tech all by yourself and learning how the internet system works. You can tailor the appearance of your platform and future posts in order to respond positively to the system.
And get likes on Instagram in a flash. Not just any likes, mind you, but likes from pros. And lots of them too. There are six or so things you need to do to help give your platform its professional appeal. Use hashtags and do make sure that they’ve all been branded. Make sure all images and videos you’ve created have been clearly captioned. And I did say use all free tools as expeditiously and judiciously as possible.
Or did I. Anyway, designing your own logos and brands is just so easy to do with all these tools. For Instagram, oh dear, for instance, you’ve got Instagram’s layout and angles app that you can use. And see how quickly a person can have a slip of thought and the fingers let out the odd typo. That’s important, always make sure you’ve done your quality control before you turn any of your posts viral.
In order to give all your posts its distinctive and professional look, you’ll want to have zero errors in front of you. It’s easy to QC your work too. There are tools for that too, if you really must. Me, I prefer to give my work my own read through. It keeps me in the picture of what I’m doing and there’s always the possibility of learning something new. You end up having those ‘aha’ moments, thinking to yourself; gosh, why didn’t I think of that before.