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How brands and influencers are making $5,000/month on Instagram

Consider the solutions that your business offers. You can then present your product as an accessory or an avenue that leads to achieving that lifestyle.

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Last week I was able to sit down and interview three top Instagram accounts. One had recently been verified (blue check mark), the other is a successful digital product business and the last is a well-known travel blogger. All of them went from making $0 to over $5,000 a month on Instagram alone.

All of them also said they used the following 3 ways to grow on IG – take a look below and check them out for yourself.

Sara Agency – Instagram Automation

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Sara Agency is an AI bot based Instagram software that will like, comment and/or follow over 140,000 profiles a month for just $9.99 (deal ends next week). You do nothing, Sara does all of the work 24/7 from your account – so expect tons of real followers throughout the day.

At $9.99, that is 1/60th the cost of running Facebook/Instagram ads to the same people! And these people are 8x more likely to spend money on your brand because the engagement is real coming from your profile, not an ad. Sara is free to try, head here to check it out

By the way…Sara used to only be available to celebs and verified instagram accounts, but it recently opened up to everyone.

Post at the right time, every day

Content is crucial. If you don’t post every day, you’ll not only lose your current followers, but you won’t attract any new ones.

Like most social media channels, there’s a right time to post your content on Instagram.

If you’ve been active on the platform for a while, you can analyze your data to determine what your audience prefers. Make your account into a business account so you can get analytics on when your users like and engage with your content the most!

Decide what your narrative will be

After you’ve pinpointed who your target followers are, come up with a story that will be attractive to them.

Here’s a basic 3-point formula:

  1. What’s the backstory? In other words, where did they come from?
  2. Where are they now? What lifestyle are they living now?
  3. Where can they hope to be in the future?

This will help you come up with a lifestyle-specific narrative that is aspirational yet authentic to your audience.

Pro tip: Don’t forget to tie this story to your brand. Consider the solutions that your business offers. You can then present your product as an accessory or an avenue that leads to achieving that lifestyle.

For example, Nike pays homage to extraordinary athletes. That’s their story, and every piece of content tells it well.

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