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KoiKiwi
(@koikiwi)
Eminent Member

If some great content is posted on Instagram and nobody is online to engage with it, is it really there?

Who knows for sure. However, if you asked the Instagram algorithm, you’ll get a firm and resounding “NO.”

That’s why it’s important to post content when you’re followers are most likely to be online.

Instagram will show your post to a small percentage of your followers at first. If it generates more engagement than your average post, then you can expect that it will get prioritized higher in user feeds. If it receives less engagement, it will get lower priority.

So if you post at a time when only a few of your users are online, then you’re already starting with one strike against you in terms of engagement. It’s not likely your post will get pushed to the top of people’s feeds.

On the other hand, if you post at a time when the lion’s share of your users is online, then you stand a better chance of getting engagements. When that happens, you can expect more impressions.

Of course, this advice raises the question—How do you know when your followers are online? 

There are a few ways that you can address how to get more followers on Instagram including the following:

  • Start by looking at Instagram analytics. How have your Instagram posts have performed over the last several months?
  • Is there a block of time when you seem to get most of your engagements? If so, then that’s a good indication that your followers are online at that time.
  • Also, use common sense. If you’re a B2B brand, you might find that most of your followers are too busy to be online during business hours. They might browse Instagram after 6 PM when they get home from work. If this is you, I recommend looking into who is engaging in your Instagram content, how does that compare to other platforms, and is Instagram the best use of your time.

Tools like this show you the best postings times for your audience.

On the other hand, if you’re running a B2C business, then you know that some of your customers browse Instagram during slow times at work.

You can also follow generic advice about the best times to post on Instagram. Be advised, though, that opinions vary widely about the best times to post on various social media channels.

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Topic starter Posted : 13/06/2021 8:59 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Famed Member

Brother i also tried instagram, but I uploaded some posts which didn't had value, as a result my followers did not increase, so other forum members should learn from my mistakes.

This post was modified 3 months ago by Muhammad aown
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Posted : 15/06/2021 10:09 am
Shah Awais
(@shahawais)
Trusted Member
Posted by: @koikiwi

If some great content is posted on Instagram and nobody is online to engage with it, is it really there?

Who knows for sure. However, if you asked the Instagram algorithm, you’ll get a firm and resounding “NO.”

That’s why it’s important to post content when you’re followers are most likely to be online.

Instagram will show your post to a small percentage of your followers at first. If it generates more engagement than your average post, then you can expect that it will get prioritized higher in user feeds. If it receives less engagement, it will get lower priority.

So if you post at a time when only a few of your users are online, then you’re already starting with one strike against you in terms of engagement. It’s not likely your post will get pushed to the top of people’s feeds.

On the other hand, if you post at a time when the lion’s share of your users is online, then you stand a better chance of getting engagements. When that happens, you can expect more impressions.

Of course, this advice raises the question—How do you know when your followers are online? 

There are a few ways that you can address how to get more followers on Instagram including the following:

  • Start by looking at Instagram analytics. How have your Instagram posts have performed over the last several months?
  • Is there a block of time when you seem to get most of your engagements? If so, then that’s a good indication that your followers are online at that time.
  • Also, use common sense. If you’re a B2B brand, you might find that most of your followers are too busy to be online during business hours. They might browse Instagram after 6 PM when they get home from work. If this is you, I recommend looking into who is engaging in your Instagram content, how does that compare to other platforms, and is Instagram the best use of your time.

Tools like this show you the best postings times for your audience.

On the other hand, if you’re running a B2C business, then you know that some of your customers browse Instagram during slow times at work.

You can also follow generic advice about the best times to post on Instagram. Be advised, though, that opinions vary widely about the best times to post on various social media channels.

Interesting strategy

thank you friend

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Posted : 16/06/2021 4:46 am
Adilkhan
(@adilkhan)
Honorable Member

Thanks Bro very good point

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Posted : 16/06/2021 2:39 pm
Antoine.Assaker
(@antoine-assaker)
Estimable Member
Posted by: @koikiwi

If some great content is posted on Instagram and nobody is online to engage with it, is it really there?

Who knows for sure. However, if you asked the Instagram algorithm, you’ll get a firm and resounding “NO.”

That’s why it’s important to post content when you’re followers are most likely to be online.

Instagram will show your post to a small percentage of your followers at first. If it generates more engagement than your average post, then you can expect that it will get prioritized higher in user feeds. If it receives less engagement, it will get lower priority.

So if you post at a time when only a few of your users are online, then you’re already starting with one strike against you in terms of engagement. It’s not likely your post will get pushed to the top of people’s feeds.

On the other hand, if you post at a time when the lion’s share of your users is online, then you stand a better chance of getting engagements. When that happens, you can expect more impressions.

Of course, this advice raises the question—How do you know when your followers are online? 

There are a few ways that you can address how to get more followers on Instagram including the following:

  • Start by looking at Instagram analytics. How have your Instagram posts have performed over the last several months?
  • Is there a block of time when you seem to get most of your engagements? If so, then that’s a good indication that your followers are online at that time.
  • Also, use common sense. If you’re a B2B brand, you might find that most of your followers are too busy to be online during business hours. They might browse Instagram after 6 PM when they get home from work. If this is you, I recommend looking into who is engaging in your Instagram content, how does that compare to other platforms, and is Instagram the best use of your time.

Tools like this show you the best postings times for your audience.

On the other hand, if you’re running a B2C business, then you know that some of your customers browse Instagram during slow times at work.

You can also follow generic advice about the best times to post on Instagram. Be advised, though, that opinions vary widely about the best times to post on various social media channels.

actually, also your audience is from different countries, so you might also consider that your audience is from multiple countries, so I don't think you will ever experience a sleeping audience

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Posted : 25/08/2021 7:29 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Famed Member
Posted by: @antoine-assaker
Posted by: @koikiwi

If some great content is posted on Instagram and nobody is online to engage with it, is it really there?

Who knows for sure. However, if you asked the Instagram algorithm, you’ll get a firm and resounding “NO.”

That’s why it’s important to post content when you’re followers are most likely to be online.

Instagram will show your post to a small percentage of your followers at first. If it generates more engagement than your average post, then you can expect that it will get prioritized higher in user feeds. If it receives less engagement, it will get lower priority.

So if you post at a time when only a few of your users are online, then you’re already starting with one strike against you in terms of engagement. It’s not likely your post will get pushed to the top of people’s feeds.

On the other hand, if you post at a time when the lion’s share of your users is online, then you stand a better chance of getting engagements. When that happens, you can expect more impressions.

Of course, this advice raises the question—How do you know when your followers are online? 

There are a few ways that you can address how to get more followers on Instagram including the following:

  • Start by looking at Instagram analytics. How have your Instagram posts have performed over the last several months?
  • Is there a block of time when you seem to get most of your engagements? If so, then that’s a good indication that your followers are online at that time.
  • Also, use common sense. If you’re a B2B brand, you might find that most of your followers are too busy to be online during business hours. They might browse Instagram after 6 PM when they get home from work. If this is you, I recommend looking into who is engaging in your Instagram content, how does that compare to other platforms, and is Instagram the best use of your time.

Tools like this show you the best postings times for your audience.

On the other hand, if you’re running a B2C business, then you know that some of your customers browse Instagram during slow times at work.

You can also follow generic advice about the best times to post on Instagram. Be advised, though, that opinions vary widely about the best times to post on various social media channels.

actually, also your audience is from different countries, so you might also consider that your audience is from multiple countries, so I don't think you will ever experience a sleeping audience

Brother but he can also make different Instagram accounts for different countries, so in this 2ay his total followers will be more than he would have on a single acfou while uplaodint the same content in different languages.

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Posted : 16/09/2021 1:41 pm
Antoine.Assaker
(@antoine-assaker)
Estimable Member
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @antoine-assaker
Posted by: @koikiwi

If some great content is posted on Instagram and nobody is online to engage with it, is it really there?

Who knows for sure. However, if you asked the Instagram algorithm, you’ll get a firm and resounding “NO.”

That’s why it’s important to post content when you’re followers are most likely to be online.

Instagram will show your post to a small percentage of your followers at first. If it generates more engagement than your average post, then you can expect that it will get prioritized higher in user feeds. If it receives less engagement, it will get lower priority.

So if you post at a time when only a few of your users are online, then you’re already starting with one strike against you in terms of engagement. It’s not likely your post will get pushed to the top of people’s feeds.

On the other hand, if you post at a time when the lion’s share of your users is online, then you stand a better chance of getting engagements. When that happens, you can expect more impressions.

Of course, this advice raises the question—How do you know when your followers are online? 

There are a few ways that you can address how to get more followers on Instagram including the following:

  • Start by looking at Instagram analytics. How have your Instagram posts have performed over the last several months?
  • Is there a block of time when you seem to get most of your engagements? If so, then that’s a good indication that your followers are online at that time.
  • Also, use common sense. If you’re a B2B brand, you might find that most of your followers are too busy to be online during business hours. They might browse Instagram after 6 PM when they get home from work. If this is you, I recommend looking into who is engaging in your Instagram content, how does that compare to other platforms, and is Instagram the best use of your time.

Tools like this show you the best postings times for your audience.

On the other hand, if you’re running a B2C business, then you know that some of your customers browse Instagram during slow times at work.

You can also follow generic advice about the best times to post on Instagram. Be advised, though, that opinions vary widely about the best times to post on various social media channels.

actually, also your audience is from different countries, so you might also consider that your audience is from multiple countries, so I don't think you will ever experience a sleeping audience

Brother but he can also make different Instagram accounts for different countries, so in this 2ay his total followers will be more than he would have on a single acfou while uplaodint the same content in different languages.

Hello brother, I don't understand your reply if you plz can clarify

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Posted : 23/09/2021 8:27 am
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