Instagram - Advice & a new Vlog

Hello Everyone, 

I hope that you have all had a good Monday. 

I only have two days at work this week due to the big move. 

I think that the nerves are starting to kick in. Its not so much all the little annoying bits like redirecting bills and stuff but just the fear of moving things. 

I am also worried about getting the cats used to a new environment as they are still rather young.....

Anyway I didn't start this post with the intention of having you all listen to my problems. 

As a little sorry, I have included my latest upload to Youtube. 

It's a vlog in which my partner played Fallout 4 ( slightly unsuccessfully) (please remember to sub to this gaming channel as it is still a baby :( )


The main purpose of this post is to talk about my experience with blogging on Instagram. 

This post has been requested alot and I just haven't gotten round to it. But this has now changed ;) 

Insta is a funny little website, so simple yet so competitive. 

I find that it is the best place to physically show the products you love, with minimal fuss and drama. 




I do love a decent selfie.....



Below are a few tips I've learnt: 

1 ) Thing about how the picture looks - is it eyecatching? 

Sounds odd, but people scroll through insta and they rarely look at the caption with it. 

I find the best way to make the picture noticeable is to think of the background of the image and the lighting. 

Now I personally cannot afford loads of different backgrounds so I use some of my favourite blankets. Lay it out flat and then take a picture from above. As in these images 





2) don't be disheartened if your subs go up and down -

 Alot of people are obessed with their follower to falling ratio. You'll work out the genuine people to follow back ;)


3) Careful with the hashtags!

Now I love a hashtag, but even I think that too many can really harm a picture. Just pick a couple and stick to them :) 


4 ) Finally - careful with the filters. 

You will notice that my pictures above, have next to no filters on them. 

I think that if a picture is overedited, you struggle to make out what it actually is and the true beauty of it! 

Overall though, it is a great place to capture peoples attention - especially if you love the same type of products! 

Let me know if this has helped at all and you can check my insta out on the links below


Thanks 

Becky 

x



Gamertag (PSN and Xbox Live) : Beckydoodah 

    Snapchat : Beckydoodah

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