5 Instagram Marketing Mistakes: Don’t Take These Photos @MediaNovak
It can be tempting as a marketer or business owner to get your brand into the hottest social spaces as soon as possible — and you really should take part of your time and budget to explore what the latest social media has to offer for your company. However, when you finally decide to join a community like Instagram you have to make sure you have the resources to commit to it properly.
If you have the time and money to get your brand up and running on Instagram, you want to ensure you’ve got a clear idea of what your brand’s presence will be. Ask yourself if it will stand out from your other social efforts, and consider if the space works for your product or service.
Avoid Over-Saturating Your Feed With Branding
This may seem a bit counterintuitive: You may want to find ways to incorporate some branding within your Instagram feed, however you don’t want your logo to be the star of the show. Some brands can get away with a little more integration, though.