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Remember: while the activity feature on Instagram may not be a popular feature with adults, it’s still there, and people are able to see what you’re “liking” as a brand.
For tips on how to increase Instagram engagement for business, you can check out this blog post. She was named a Linked In Top Voice for social media marketing, and you can follow her writing on Linked In or connect with her on Instagram at @taylor.loren.
“Lb” is short for “like back,” and it acts as the motto of an unwritten teen code.
And last but not least is “row,” which references an entire row of three Instagram photos.I chose to comment with “first” instead of “lb,” because I wanted to direct the likes only to my most recent photo.After commenting, I watched the likes roll in, with about 5 likes from people who didn’t follow me per minute.Scams targeting Tinder users are also becoming more popular, and more creative.If users aren’t careful, these scams can cause some serious problems for the individuals that fall for them.For every person that comments “lb,” (which is nearly all of them) just go to their profile, like a photo, and they’ll like one of your photos back.Repeat this until your thumbs get tired, and you’ll have racked up the likes in no time.the posts I tried this with all received 50-120% more likes than my average posts, and I noticed that my Instagram posts had a longer lifespan than usual, with the photos receiving a steady amount of likes for 3-4 days after I posted.Likes on my photos went from around 110 likes per photo to 220 , with only about 20 of those likes from teens, meaning that the vast majority of my Instagram engagement was from my If you’re using Instagram for business, commenting “LB” on a teen’s Instagram photo probably isn’t right for you.My hypothesis was that if I was able to generate a lot of engagement on my Instagram post shortly after posting, it would signal to Instagram that it was quality, engaging content and my post would be moved higher up in people’s feeds and be shown to more people.With that in mind, after posting a photo to Instagram, I made my first comment on Kylie Jenner’s Instagram (sorry, Kylie).