Many people across the continent have been asking how they can earn many followers on their Instagram accounts for many years. Most celebrities and artists like Diamond, Bahati, Akothee and King Kaka brags their army of followers on their Instagram accounts. According to the research done on Google and other references, we found out the number of things one should do in order to get more followers.
Firstly, be open and transparent. If you want to make real connections on Instagram, you can’t be fake. “The most important thing is vulnerability and honesty,” Luther tells the source. He further added that, “People are on social media to connect—or at the very least—relate to others. Being open and transparent will go a long way to help you connect with your audience.” One meaningful connection is worth a lot more than 100 fake followers—literally. Devoted followers will stick with you over time, trust your brand partnerships, and are more likely to regularly engage with you.
Secondly,Return the engagement. Whether or not you’re willing to ask for engagement, be prepared to return it. After sharing a post, stick around to respond to comments.No good relationship is strictly one-sided. Like and comment on your friends’ and followers’ posts, too. The more you connect with people on Instagram, the more reciprocity you can expect. Plus, the more authentic the relationship, the more likely it is to be favoured by the Instagram algorithm.The next thing is to find good sources of inspiration. The hardest part of being Instagram famous is Creating enough content to meet the demands of a 24/7 audience. To keep the creative juices flowing, influencers like Billionaire Chris Kirubi turn to several sources of inspiration.
Don’t overdo it with sponsored content. Even if you’ve found the right partners, there’s a limit to the amount of sponsored content an audience is willing to put up with. “Personally, I try to keep my brand partnerships and sponsored content well spread out,” explains Luther, an influencer and founder of Style Bee. Too much sponsored content doesn’t just test your audience’s patience, it could also lower your influencer stock with brands. “When an influencer has sponsored posts back to back there’s a good chance they’re not terribly discerning when it comes to the brands they work with and their audience will notice too,” Luther told the source.
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