How to Promote your Copywriting on Instagram?

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Hey guys,

Was just curious to know how to promote your copywriting experience on Instagram. Like, what kind of pictures/videos do you post on your Instagram profile so potential clients can engage with you? Appreciate any useful tips
#copywriting #instagram #promote
  • Profile picture of the author yuvrajsinhspaceo
    Share your portfolio. Yes, that'd be the best way.

    Lemme give you one example.

    Check out:

    She's in the different domain, but she's standing straight on the ultimate goal of getting the new potential clients.

    I love her work. She's getting potential clients by directly promoting her work.

    Yuvrajsinh is a Growth Strategist at Space-O Technologies.

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    • Profile picture of the author mrswagset
      I would suggest posting images and/or videos that are in some way related to the topic of said article. By using stock photos all the time, people will become bored and they'll pick up on the artificiality of these pictures.

      Try to take the pictures yourself if you can and this will make them more genuine. Have the photo be relevant to what you've written about - not just a picture of you giving a thumbs-up or a dog or something.

      Include a link to your work after you have given a brief descriptor of it. Ask questions based on the article to encourage people to read and come up with an answer.
      That would be my advice. Hope that helps!
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      • Profile picture of the author R0b328
        I like this, great advice here I agree. I think that by posting images or videos that really relate to your topic you're almost "priming" them and getting them in the right state of mind.

        This way, they'll be much more responsive to you

        I think pre-priming your audience is just as important as the actual copy.
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  • Instagram is a very nouveau vizyool medium, but imagry is eternal.

    At riska bein' banned offa WF again, gotta say


    Lightin' fuses is for blowin' stuff togethah.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mdshohidulislamrobin
    I'd like to suggest my ideas..You can try that, may help you

    Off Image Copy writing
    To catch the interest of your viewers, it is important combine your Instagram image with powerful copy that allows to bring your marketing information across.
    1) Profile Name
    2) Profile Description
    3) Image Caption
    4) Comments
    5) Hashtags

    On Image Copy
    With a multitude of third party apps, you can write on the image you post on Instagram itself. Some of the most basic ways to do so include the following.
    1) Image Description
    2) Logo or Brand Identity
    3) Product Name
    4) Price
    5) Date Available
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  • Profile picture of the author shecopywrites
    I make custom graphics for my blog posts and post them on there with a #copywriter hashtag.
    ✨ Helping online entrepreneurs create, launch, and convert . . .
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  • Profile picture of the author TomAndrews
    Post videos showing off your knowledge. Use the right hashtags.Grow an audience.

    If you always focus on giving value, you'll eventually get people coming to you.

    Tom Andrews

    Let's connect on Facebook because it's always good to meet fellow marketers. Send me a friend request:

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    • Profile picture of the author NCMediaInc
      Tom is absolutely right. Your focus should always be to provide value. Value equals eyeballs and eyeballs equals potential customers. Potential customers turned into clients equals a job well done.
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