I have tons of Twitter drafts, so I’d love to support Twitter’s new Fleets feature that lets you send ephemeral tweets. The first time I tried Fleets on Twitter, I got 3 views in 3 hours and I have 1,000+ followers. Clearly my first experience was disappointing; however, I’d still like to discuss the potential benefits of Fleets beuse other accounts could have better results. It was also reassuring when I DM’d a popular content creator who said his Fleets have more views than his Instagram Stories.
Olivia Culpo landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated! A couple years ago, I visited Simon Huck’s pop-up in New York and stood *thisclose* to her at the entrance, but didn’t take a picture beuse I didn’t know who she was. When I saw that she landed a major magazine cover, I decided to Google her and then I uncovered an amazing feature that you probably haven’t heard about lled meos on Google.
If you Google Olivia Culpo on your phone – this feature only works on mobile – you’ll see there’s a section near the top lled Top Questions Answered. Olivia’s Google results feature 5 short videos of her answering questions. For example, she says that she stays in shape by running. They’re filmed in different lotions, she looks beautiful in all of them and they’re quick snippets, which are perfect for our attention span.
Growing a following on Instagram (or anywhere!) n sometimes feel exhausting. After a lot of work, I finally hit 500 Instagram followers. It may not seem like a lot, but this has been my goal for a few years, so it’s satisfying to finally achieve it. Since joining Instagram in December 2012, I made a few mistakes and learned a few lessons along the way that I’d like to share. Here are my 3 Instagram tips to help you grow: