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Instagram 101

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What Instagram is and how to use it …

What Instagram is and how to use it
If Instagram is right for you
Which tools can help you
What content gets the most engagement

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  • 1. Instagram 101 Stephanie Leishman Social Media and Email Marketing Specialist
 MIT Communication Production Services ! March 25, 2014 ! Twitter @hatchsteph Instagram @stephaniehatch
  • 2. Objectives After today’s session, you should understand: ! • What Instagram is and how to use it • If Instagram is right for you • Which tools can help you • What content gets the most engagement
  • 3. Popularity Facebook YouTube Google+ Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Pinterest MIT on Instagram ! @MITpics
  • 4. The history of Instagram October 2010 • Launched; photo sharing • Was available only on iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad • Restricted to a square* ! April 2012 • 100 million users; Android support added • Acquired by Facebook for $1 billion ! June 2013 • Added video sharing; restricted to 15 seconds ! *Technically, you can share a rectangle within the square, if the photo is taken outside the app first.
  • 5. Kodak Instamatic Photo: Carrie Nelson (carrienelson), via Flickr Instamatic X-15 (1970-1976)
  • 6. Kodak Polaroid Photo: Alfredo Cofré, via Flickr Polaroid 1000SE
  • 7. The photograph “With the photograph, in the same way, men had discovered how to make visual reports without syntax.” ! ! ! ! Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man (1994), p.190
  • 8. How it works
  • 9. How to post a photo First, open the camera function.
  • 10. How to post a photo Take a photo.
  • 11. How to post a photo Choose a photo from your phone’s photos if you don’t want to take the photo via Instagram.
  • 12. How to post a photo Select a filter.
  • 13. How to post a photo Choose brightness level.
  • 14. How to post a photo Select a frame or select no frame.
  • 15. How to post a photo Straighten if necessary.
  • 16. How to post a photo Tag people.
  • 17. How to post a photo You can search for a person or type in their username if you know it. ! They will get a notification and it will show up in “photos of me.”
  • 18. How to post a photo Geotag the photo
  • 19. How to post a photo Share!
  • 20. How to post a photo
  • 21. How to post a photo
  • 22. Notifications
  • 23. How to post a video Open the camera function.
  • 24. How to post a video Click on the video icon.
  • 25. How to post a video Hold the video button for as long as you want to record (up to 15 seconds).
  • 26. How to post a video Hold and release as many time as you want.
  • 27. How to post a video Delete segments if needed.
  • 28. How to post a video Choose a filter. ! You’ll notice that the video filters are different from the photo filters.
  • 29. How to post a video Choose a cover frame. This will be the still frame that displays in your feed until the video is played.
  • 30. How to post a video Then you’ll take the same steps as you did with a photo.
  • 31. Interaction and engagement Remember, Instagram is a social network, not just a place for you to broadcast your department.
  • 32. Notifications
  • 33. News View interactions (likes and comments) on your content. You will also be notified here when someone tags you in a photo or video.
  • 34. Following View interactions by those you follow.
  • 35. Find people It’s time to explore. This is where you will access search (by user or hashtag)
  • 36. Search users
  • 37. Profile Grid view
  • 38. Profile Stream view
  • 39. Search hashtags
  • 40. Search hashtags View all photos that use that hashtag.
  • 41. How to interact with a photo Click on “like” or “comment” or double- tap the photo.
  • 42. Settings
  • 43. Geotagging Powered by Foursquare
  • 44. Geotagging This is a link
  • 45. Geotagging It leads you here
  • 46. Hashtags Huffington Post, Jan 2013 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ brian-honigman/the-100-most- popular-hash_b_2463195.html
  • 47. Hashtags http://top-hashtags.com/ instagram/
  • 48. Is Instagram right for your department? • Do you have the time? Instagram cannot be scheduled ahead of time. Frequency is best between 1-2 times per day to once per week. ! • Do you have the resources? For example, do you have a device that supports Instagram? ! • Do you have the skills? Instagram requires good photography skills. ! • Do you have enough content? What would you take pictures or video of each day or even each week?
  • 49. Web apps and tools For social media managers
  • 50. Instagram on the web
  • 51. Statigr.am
  • 52. Statigr.am
  • 53. Statigr.am
  • 54. Webstagram
  • 55. Tagboard tagboard.com
  • 56. Tagboard tagboard.com
  • 57. Storify storify.com
  • 58. Provide opportunities for content creation Getfit photo booth
  • 59. HootSuite
  • 60. What content gets the most engagement? Timing and hashtags matter, but content matters most.
  • 61. Video content Be careful with video. Video is usually the least-liked content type on university Instagram accounts. Not because video isn’t popular, but because creating video isn’t as easy as pressing a button. ! • Tell a story. • Video frame quality should be as good as with photos. • Lighting, sound, angle - all important. • What is the main message or action? 
 Is it just a “moving picture”?
  • 62. Makes you think
  • 63. #onlyatMIT
  • 64. A little extra effort goes a long way
  • 65. Least-liked content for MIT
  • 66. Most-liked content for MIT
  • 67. Stephanie Leishman Twitter: @hatchsteph Email: hatch_s@mit.edu Instagram: @stephaniehatch ! MIT’s Instagram: @MITpics

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