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How to Use Instagram #Hashtags for Likes?
13th November, 2020

We all know hashtags – those strange symbols that usually make words or phrases glow in blue on social media. Actually, and our tech geek readers might appreciate this, a hashtag is a metadata tag, which tags certain content and allows for much simpler browsing and cross-referencing. Now, i

8 Ingenious and Easy Ways to Get More Comments on Your Instagram Posts
27th October, 2020

Getting comments on your posts always feels nice. Whether it’s just 3 or 300 comments, you can’t help but feel at least a tiny bit better than without them. And yes, we know that some comments can be quite critical or even spammy. Still, despite this – any kind of comment will show

Does Instagram notify when you screenshot a story?
12th March, 2020

We all probably know the feeling of accidentally screenshotting the wrong story, snap, etc. It might have happened to you once or even more times. Still, it can get uncomfortable as you might think that the person who uploaded receives a notification about your stalker-like actions. In reality, thin

How to get Instagram Likes for Free with SocialShaft (in 10 Minutes!)
26th February, 2020

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How Instagram Tracks View Counts (And Why You Should Care)
27th September, 2019

Instagram engagement, to simplify, is the measurement of how many people’s attention you have. Likes indicate approval and comments sort of signify passion or determined interest at the least. Views kind of fall a sort middle ground. If you’ve seen unskippable ads on YouTube or Facebook, you can

Tick Tock, On The Dot: The Best Instagram Posting Times (And Why They Should Matter To You)
13th September, 2019

As inspiring as it is to read about those people that went from a few dozen followers to the online powerhouses they are today, good odds that won’t necessarily apply to you. It was a simpler time for most of them, while social media was – at the time – barely getting a leg off the ground. Gri