How to really get more engagement on Instagram Content 2020 without spending on adverts?

How to really get more engagement on Instagram Content 2020 without spending on adverts?

You are not alone if you feel you are lacking in getting a great Instagram following in spite of putting up amazing posts and using all the required hashtags. While it is difficult to get a decent following on Instagram, thankfully it is still a no-nonsense platform that can be used exponentially to build your brand.
How to really get more engagement on Instagram Content 2020 without spending on adverts?


So below are the top 4 ways you can create more engagement and follow through your Instagram handle.

1. Create useful content that people want to save & comment on

More than the likes, what matters is how much people comment on your content and how much of it do they save and bookmark. Create a conversation through your posts. Content that your audience will like to get back to in the future is savable content, create such posts rather than just putting up random pictures. Checklist posts are a great way to do this, to begin with, and the possibilities are limitless.

2. Instagram Story Conversations

Insta stories are a tool, a tool to start conversations with your audiences.  As per online reports, over 50 Million Instagrammers upload at least 1 story every day and this number is only going upwards. Instagram Story Stickers are the best way to engage your audience on trending topics of discussion, just make sure you connect it with your niche in some way or the other. The Ask Me Anything Sticker is seen t garner the maximum engagement.

3.  Test your performance and change

Using Analytics, see which is the day when you get the maximum engagement. What excites your audience the most and more importantly, what doesn't. Once you know this, start slowly changing your content and posting time accordingly. Try new content type, memes, trolls, quotes, all that is related to your niche, something other than just posting pictures that you click.


4. Longer Captions

The longer your captions, the more involved your audiences are in the storytelling and your brand. Rather than just putting up a one-liner, put up longer captions that evoke emotions, that tell a story about the picture and more importantly, make your audiences know your brand better.




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