Is Instagram a Good Site For Generating Hub Traffic?
Just wondering if anyone has had success using Instagram to boost their Hub traffic?
As compared to other Social media websites like FB or twitter its not as effective for Generating Hub Traffic......It would be more suitable for sharing Photos and videos and for live...That's what i think.
I would say no, simply because IG doesn't allow links in posts. If you're looking for a visual social media platform where promoting your Hubs might work, I'd go for Pinterest.
I would say no unless you have a massive amount of followers and you find a creative & effective way to promote your hubs there. Instagram is all about photography and beauty - not so much writing.
It depends on the followers and how you promote the Hub. It can bring in a few readers, but Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest definitely can bring in more viewers. If you choose to promote on Instagram its probably best to put the Hub Url in the bio. After all the bio is what most people tend to read before viewing photos.
I would us Pinterest rather then Instagram. Many bloggers use it to attract traffic to their blogs.
Yes, I do quite well with Pinterest. Get a good amount of traffic to my Hubs from that site.
Interesting that Instagram looks like it is trying to turn into Pinterest. Flattery or desperation?
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