Just recently I talked about Instagram Pods and how they are being formed and used to try and beat the Instagram algorithm. There are split opinions on Instagram pods, some claim it is trying to cheat the system but the reality in my eyes is that they wouldn’t be necessary at all if Instagram had not implemented such a silly algorithm on the feed in the first place.
One of the biggest mental challenges we face when we start a new blog is “who is going to actually read this?” You have got yourself fired up over the idea, you have a name, organised the domain and claimed social media accounts.
Snapchat seems to be the place to go if you want to steal a good idea at the moment, as Picasso once said – “Good artists copy, great artists steal.” That was of course famously quoted at a later stage by Steve Jobs.
Twitter is the open cocktail party of the internet. It is one of the very few places in my mind where you can jump into and out of conversations with no prior connections.
Yesterday I started talking about personal branding on social media and how to approach and develop your personal brand with a basic framework. Today I want to give you 5 practical ways to help build your personal brand, things that you can actually go out and do straight away.
The decision to follow people on Twitter is generally made within seconds, you have little time to impress. So why do people look at your profile and then decide not to follow you on Twitter?