HypeAuditor has conducted a survey among 1600 influencers from over 40 countries to reveal how much they earn for different formats of advertising on Instagram and who - men or women - receive higher remuneration for the publications.
The sanctions for a company that fails to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation may be costly: “Organisations found in breach of GDPR can be fined up to 4% of annual turnover or €20 million – EUGDPR.ORG. With such huge fines awaiting any company that fails to adhere to the law, the fact remains that a third of all European businesses still fail to comply with GDPR standards.
HypeAuditor has conducted a survey among 1200 influencers to find out what tools do they use to be more productive as an influencer. You can see their answers below. Read the article and you will know exactly what tools do Instagram Influencers use everyday to be more productive and gain new followers.
Can you get banned for buying likes and followers on Instagram? Many of those who want to grow their Instagram accounts ask this question and many aspiring social media managers still think that it’s a good idea to use tools for follower and engagement growth. In this post, we’ll explain why you should never ever do that.
Is Instagram shadowban a myth or a fact? Before I go ahead explaining the existence of the shadowban, here’s what Instagram shadowban actually means: Instagram shadowban is Instagram limiting the reach of your posts by banning it from appearing on certain hashtags or the Explore page. This has a direct result on the account that is shadowbanned as their posts reach less people and they get low engagement (likes, followers, comments) on their Instagram profile.
Is there actually a best time to post on Instagram and should you really care about the timing of your post? Yes. Yes. Yes. Instagram algorithm is getting smarter everyday and though the quality of the post is of utmost importance in determining its engagement and position in the feed, timing is crucial too. Instagram feed is not chronological, but as recently stated by Instagram, timeliness of the post does matter.