With 80% of Instagram users following at least one business, it makes sense you want to increase your own visibility and reach on the platform — but with such immense competition, it can be a difficult task to accomplish.
As the HubSpot Blog’s Audience Growth Manager, one of my duties involves developing highly shareable blog posts that pull in non-organic traffic from sources like email, social media, and other websites.
Instagram has become the favorite social network of many — and, as a result of its popularity, its become a major platform for marketing opportunities.
By 2022, the number of email users around the world is expected to hit 4.3 billion.
Among all of those users are members of your target audience, a.k.a. quality leads and prospects you can work to reach and convert via email.
This post is written by Kerry Shearer, “The Livestream Expert”. Kerry is a conference speaker, workshop presenter, online course creator and smartphone video trainer based in Sacramento, California.
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