Since Instagram is accessed primarily on mobile devices this can be tricky to determine since users can take a quick peek at their Instagram feed at anytime and anywhere. This makes it harder to determine viewing and interaction habits vs other social networking sites. Take into consideration these two major factors that will affect your own best time to post:
Here is a Q& A with our founder of Instafamed Paulina (@sheispaulina): Hi Paulina, how long did it take you to get almost a million Instagram followers? I joined Instagram two years ago. When I first joined I had no idea what Instagram was really about and didn't post often. After a year I really started to be active on Instagram and posted more frequently. At this point more followers started to engage with me and it was sort of a "domino effect" from there.
Did you know that according to recent Instagram blog post, people miss on average 70 percent of their feeds. With rapid growth within the last two years, it is becoming more difficult to keep up with your Instagram feed. What does this mean to you? You may be missing posts because they are getting buried in your feed. Instagram wants to show you the moments that you care about most to improve your Instagram experience. How does this look like?
We have all been there on Instagram. Posting a photo that got very little likes... but why? Maybe you just picked the wrong filter or had bad lighting in your latest selfie on Instagram. Did you know that some of the superficial stuff can make all the difference on Instagram?
Did you know that Instagram is now 1/3 as big as parent company Facebook? The photo and video sharing app Instagram announced Tuesday in a blog post that they just hit 400 million monthly active users.