Our Strategy: Instagram


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Cheese!
Note - Be sure to see our Twitter Strategy post!

Once upon a time, a picture was something to be carefully taken.

Why?

Because you'd have to wait hours, days, or weeks to see the fruits of your labor through the miracle of photo development!

Now, you can snap a pic, check the preview, and purge it into the ether when you realize the lighting is off; the angle is poor; your hair is out of place...

But we digress.

Instagram.

The world's leading picture sharing platform! Upload a picture, pick the best filter, and reach a potential crowd of millions!

How do we use Instagram?

Well, it all starts with follows and comments. For every follower and comment we get, we take a quick peek at what you've shared recently.

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All aboard the follow train! Choo Choo!

Oh, and we follow you back, of course!

Why do we do this quick spot check? It's simple.

It's not because we don't want to follow you back.

It's not because we're afraid of some kind of weird follower:following ratio.

It's because we want to see the things that matter to you.

When we see a picture you've shared that we really connect with, we'll do one of two things.

One, we might leave a simple comment saying how awesome it (and you) are! No strings attached!

Two, we might reach out with a private message to learn more about you! Some strings attached!

What are those strings? To try and feature you in our All About You blog, of course!


So there it is. We love our audience. We would love for our audience to know each other.

If you want to be featured, just send us a message. We'd love to talk!

In any case, have an awesome day, and we'll chat with you soon!

Oh, and be sure to follow us on Instagram @three_by_six when you have a chance!

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Grab a seat. Let's talk.
Update! - See Our All About Us Blog Strategy for part 3!

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