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EBOOK: Instagram Marketing Advanced Guide For eCommerce Businesses

If you need more reasons to jump into Instagram on your eCommerce marketing strategy, here are a few statistics from Sprout Social that you might want to consider:

Instagram users and reach

  • Instagram now has 1 billion active users
  • Over 60% of users log in daily, making it the second most engaged network after Facebook
  • Instagram users spend, on average, 53 minutes per day on the platform
  • Over 500 million accounts use Instagram Stories every day
  • In 2019, the percentage of US adults who use Instagram rose from 35% to 37%

 

Instagram Marketing Guide for Ecommerce

 

Instagram Marketing Statistics

 

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Now that you’re convinced, you might be wondering where to start.

Fear not, in our eBook on Advanced Instagram Marketing Techniques you will find all the essential and advanced tips you will need to start and improve your strategy.

 

 

Download the free Instagram Marketing Guide for Ecommerce Businesses

Chapter 1: Instagram Business Account

  • Set up an Instagram Business profile
  • Use Instagram Business Analytics

Chapter 2: Instagram Marketing Strategy

  • Develop a consistent brand
  • Content schedule & posting rate
  • Instagram Stories
  • Instagram Live
  • IGTV
  • Up Your Hashtag Game
  • Captions
  • Shoppable posts & Instagram Story links

Chapter 3: Growing your following

  • Engage with your followers
  • How to use influencer marketing
  • How to leverage User Generated Content

Chapter 4: Instagram contests

  • Planning
  • Launch & Promote
  • Celebrate & Follow-up
  • Analyze results

Chapter 5: Paid Instagram Advertising

  • Overview of Instagram ad types
  • How to set up an ad
  • Measuring results & analytics

Conclusion

Download the Instagram Marketing Advanced Techniques eBook for free HERE!

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  1. While Instagram might be have an increasing popularity, I won’t, at least not yet, commit to it. There’s still its older brother, Facebook.

    1. Hi Joseph, if you’re still unsure and prefer to stick to Facebook, you might find some interesting tips on how to use user-generated content in Facebook ads in this article: https://hi.photoslurp.com/blog/customer-acquisition-cost/ 😉

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