How to make your company’s social media presence go viral: 10 lessons from Instagram’s biggest star
A couple of months ago, I was in the middle of an interview with a tech entrepreneur who was about to launch a startup with a team of about 10 people.
I asked the entrepreneur, who has a solid social media following, what the key points were that he was trying to get across to the interviewer.
“I want you to think about what you’re saying on social media,” he said.
“Think about how people are responding to your tweets.
How many times have people liked or shared your posts?
What are people talking about when they’re chatting about your tweets?
What’s happening on your timeline?
And the more you say about this stuff, the more they’ll listen.”
I was curious about this, so I asked what he meant by this.
“The key point is that they’re following your tweets,” he explained.
“They’re responding to them.
They’re being inspired by your posts.”
I had heard this before, and I knew that I had to get a grasp on this, because it’s very difficult to build a successful social media company if your Twitter followers don’t follow you back.
But the point was that he knew exactly what I was getting at.
And, of course, this was before Instagram, and Twitter, and Facebook, and Snapchat.
Facebook is the first social media network I remember seeing, and it has more followers than Facebook.
Instagram is the only one I’ve seen that I think has a better user base.
Facebook was born from a need to connect people in the digital age.
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat.
They all want to be connected, and they all want you, your audience, to be in the loop.
But they’re not going to do that if they can’t get you to connect.
So, I wanted to understand the mechanics behind how these platforms work, and why they work so well.
So I asked my social media guru what the fundamental rules were for a successful startup.
“When you get your first followers, you have to pay attention to them,” he told me.
“But you can’t just pay attention.
You have to ask questions.”
And that’s exactly what he said to me.
What is a good way to get new followers?
What does the right way to approach followers work?
The key to building a successful company is not paying attention to the right questions, he told us.
You don’t have to be good at asking questions, or you’ll never get it right.
You can’t expect people to care about your content, or your products, or even your brand.
The key is to make sure you’re paying attention, and getting the answers you want, without asking questions.
How can you find out if a follower is following you?
If you follow the right people, you’ll find out quickly.
You won’t have time to think, “What would this follower do?” and spend time thinking about whether the answers are right.
When you’re not paying a lot of attention to what your followers are following, you won’t be as effective.
If you can get the answers right, and the questions are the right ones, you can start building a network of followers that you can follow back.
The right questions are ones that help you connect with the right person, and then you’ll be able to build an audience of people who will like and share your content.
That’s how you build a strong brand.
It’s also why you should pay attention not only to what you say on your platform, but what you ask of your followers.
That will give you the best chance of building a strong, loyal, and engaged audience.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard a question like, “How do I get the best audience?” or “How can I build a great social media brand?”
I think it’s an easy question to answer, and there are two basic answers to it: you can ask people what they want, and you can then make the right decisions.
The first part of the answer is simple: if you’re asking questions to get followers, and people are following you back, then you have the right answer.
And if people are not following you, then that’s not the right thing to be doing.
You might not be able make a big impact in the social media space, but if you can answer the right question, and connect with people, then it’s a win-win.
But in my experience, the second part of this answer is often overlooked: the right answers have a lot to do with who you are, and who your audience is.
The more you are open about your goals and values, the better the people will be able connect with you, and build relationships with you.
It seems obvious, but it’s often forgotten that there are a lot more subtle ways to build and maintain a strong social media audience.
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