I'm curious about the references to boosting FB posts. Is that through the blue BOOST POST button? From the conference a couple years ago, I thought that was perceived by FB as the "lazy" way to get more interactions so it wasn't highly recommended. What do others think/do related to this?
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We don't use Sprout anymore, but I was still signed up for their incident alerts and there were a lot of them over the weekend. I wonder if that's what caused Instagram to view it as a "service." If so, I would think it applies to a lot of services we use to schedule posts, etc.
Do you get the Sprout incident emails? You can view it and sign up here: https://status.sproutsocial.com/history
Tue, Sep 3 4:59pm
What are others using as best practice? We have a small following on Instagram, but it's growing.
Exactly! It's frustrating to see posts from days ago when it's a page you frequently interact with. We set ours up this week, so I'll see how it goes. Fortunately we're a small team so I manage the website and can make updates as needed.
I'm curious how others are handling links to their website from Instagram pics. We've traditionally used the "see the link in our bio," but looking create an Instagram specific landing page on our website. This article probably explains it better than I can — http://shanabull.com/blog/why-i-dont-recommend-using-linktree-for-instagram-marketing
Anyone else doing this? Pros? Cons? Good results?