It’s a common myth that images with text on don’t perform well on social media. I repeat IT IS A MYTH. It may be that because text isn’t really allowed on paid-for Facebook ads this snowballed into people believing ‘text is bad’ but if the text you’ve used is RELEVANT and INTERESTING to your audience (like all your content should be, of course) then it will perform well for you, like this one I created for a client has. Don’t make logos a huge part of your image though - no one likes that, whether an algorithm or a real-life person! #socialmediamanager#socialmediahelp#instagramhelp#digitalmaketing#digitalhelp#instagramposts#prtips#digitaltips
Hey skincare junkies! I’ve decided to open up this account to post my reviews on some regular products I use on my skin to help keep it fresh and healthy. Also may post a bit of hair care and makeup here and there.
I did not know how important toners were in skincare until i came across this from garnier.
So this is one of my favourite toners ever! It’s so gentle and refreshing can be used after cleansing the skin and even after removing a face mask. It has 0% animal products. Contains Aloe Vera which is very gentle and soothing to sensitive, irritated or inflamed itchy skin etc.
I also have the rose water one in this and have to say that is an amazing one too! But I’ll leave that one for another time. 😉
Only a couple of quid and defo worth the purchase. #skincare#skincarejunkies#skincareproducts#skincareproductreviews#garnier#toner#facialtoner#aloevera#beauty#instadailyposts#instafaves#instagramposts#love#productstoliveby
*SIZE DOES MATTER!*
Ever thought about the different size of the posts you put out on Instagram? Maybe its time you did. The amount of engagement you are getting may not just be due to the content but also the actual size of the post. Its all about what people can see.
With over 1 billion (!!) users, Instagram will not view your content as highly if it isn't optimised effectively. Something to consider for your next post.
Which one do you prefer? Square, Long Vertical or Horizontal? Would love to know!