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Jun 26 2018
If you post it, Instagram engagement won’t immediately come. It’s a tough lesson, but let me help you learn it quickly.
Recently at an air show, I had the great privilege of seeing it three times. Don’t ask. My husband used words like “once in a lifetime” and “up-close,” plus, I’m a sucker for a loud, noisy jet. What can I say?
If it’s anything like what you’d imagine an airshow to be, there were thousands of attendees on the grounds each day. People jumped out of planes, vintage aircrafts puttered by, the Blue Angels screamed passed in perfect formation, and I marveled in it all. It was a huge event with big personalities and brands behind it.
Aviation enthusiasm aside, there was one similarity among the participants that any digital marketer couldn’t ignore. Between military tributes and death-defying (literally) acts, there were regular references to their social media. While phones were aimed at the sky, you’d hear, “Share your photos from today’s show and follow us @viperdemoteam.” (That’s their real handle, by the way. Follow along, if you’d like. They’re AMAZING! “The sound of freedom” gets me every time.)
At every turn, I, as an airshow attendee, was prompted to follow, share, tag, engage, consume, and otherwise become part of the acts’, sponsors’, celebrity guests’, news stations covering the event’s, and the event’s digital worlds. As I thought about the businesses and organizations I interact with (both small and large) it was a mixed bag. Some regularly encouraged the Instagram engagement and others didn’t.
If you’re strategically going after Instagram followers, you’re awesome! If you feel tentative about it…
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