Do you use Instagram for your business?
As we all know, Instagram is basically the mecca of organic traffic at the moment — especially for the under 40’s market!
It’s pretty remarkable that businesses like Frank Body have been built almost entirely on Instagram — did you know they made $20,000,000 in their first 24 months? and their Instagram following went from 0 to 350,000 in the first year — that’s no coincidence!
Even B2B businesses are starting to pull in huge volumes of organic traffic and building serious followings.
As I’m sure you know, I’m always keeping an eye out for the latest and greatest tools to improve my productivity and help grow my business (and my clients).
So I wanted to let you know about this amazing tool I discovered this morning. It’s incredible!
It’s called InstaMate.
For all the other big traffic sources, there’s loads of tools (many with free options) that allow you to analyse what works in your market — there’s tools for everything:
- looking at adwords campaigns for your keywords
- finding facebook ads that your competitors are running
- looks at psychographics on facebook and getting a report on their demographics
- seeing what banner ads your competitors run and where
- seeing exactly what content goes viral on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter
Until now there was no way to get any real data out of Instagram — the best you could find was seeing what hashtags are posted in most often.
This tool though, makes it super easy to get crazy specific insights into what content works for your audience — it’s crazy.
Here’s what some of it looks like:
They even say it will let you schedule posts to happen automatically! Looks like they’ve done some crazy hacking to reverse engineer the Instagram posting system — so I don’t imagine this product will be available to buy for long so I’d check it out now.
To be honest, everyone’s talking about the scheduling feature but using something like that risks getting you in trouble with the Insta police. PROTIP: outsource the actual posting to someone on Upwork for $5–10/hr and avoid the risk.
I think there’s way more value in the research side anyway, so I just wouldn’t use that part and would focus on finding a giant swipe file of proven content that’s already gone ‘viral’.
In my opinion, this is a MUST HAVE for anyone in eCommerce or B2B!
If you have any interest in building your Instagram following, this tool is a MUST HAVE (and it’s cheap). check it out here — Instamate
Originally published at Bryce York.