Instagram Lives fall under the category of “ethereal content - a term that marketers throw around to mean stuff that’s going to disappear in 24 hours. Keep reading to learn, how you can turn your Instagram Live videos into content that reaches farther than your Instagram followers, and lasts longer than 24 hours.
Just found out you’re going to be a guest on our Instagram Live show, What I Learned This Week? We want to make it as easy for you as possible. Here is a basic timeline that you can use to tell people who come to your website, who are on your email list, and who follow you on social media all about your upcoming show.
Someone just sent you a URL of a video that’s posted on YouTube and you want to share it far and wide. The only trouble is, promoting a YouTube video on Instagram isn’t as easy as copying and pasting a link into a tweet. So what can you do? In this video you’ll get a plan on how to use Instagram and Instagram Stories to let your followers know about your video - whether or not you’re verified.
You know how exciting it is to be working on a show and you want to tell all of your social media followers. But you want to make sure they’ll actually be able to get tickets to the show itself. Make sure you have these two items in place so that your followers’ enthusiasm doesn’t get lost and you’ll have nice houses for your run!
If you’d like to have a consistent look to your Instagram feed, here is a simple way to make sure that your WordSwag posts have the same (or a similar) background.
From time to time you may have an event that is happening and say, “I can take photos for social media, can you just remind me?” Or, “I can write a blog post, can you just remind me?”
Yes, of course! We’ll show you how to set up reminders so you can get notified when you want and how you want and you won’t miss capturing content with everything else you have going on.
Each week Annie Schiffmann jumps on Instagram Live and shares three things that she learned during the course of the week. This week: tapping into what your brain already knows about story to get more views on your videos and opens on your emails, Greg Triggs talks about what he learned watching someone else do his part onstage and the importance of checking your links before sending out an email!
Each week Annie Schiffmann jumps on Instagram Live and shares three things that she learned during the course of the week. This week: using ticket codes strategically for your show’s run, Rob Schiffmann talks about cutting out stimulation so you can get clarity, and Instagram’s newest Stories feature!