Three Instagram Misconceptions

August 11, 2015

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  2. Laura says:

    Great tips Natalie!

  3. Great tips Natalie. Thanks for sharing!!!

  4. Emily says:

    Helpful tips for sure! Totally agree about mixing personal and professional life. I think it just makes us real. 🙂

  5. Carly Fuller says:

    Great tips for using instagram effectively!

  6. Brea says:

    This is awesome! So very helpful. I need to get better at keeping up with instagram.

  7. Lauren Swann says:

    Such good tips, Nat!! I love these!!

  8. Marisa says:

    Great job, Natalie! You are amazing at social media and Instagram. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Amy Lynn says:

    Great tips! Some misconceptions I struggle with myself for sure! Mostly the comparison thing… And I loved the video! Very well done 🙂

  10. Super helpful and insightful tips! I’ve been putting off Instagram for way too long. Thank you for sharing!!

  11. Mario Colli says:

    Thank you Natalie. This post is so useful 🙂 Thank you very much for sharing this with us 🙂

  12. Lindsay Hite says:

    Great tips, thanks so much for sharing Natalie! And Happy belated birthday 🙂

  13. Found this on Pinterest. Thank you! I love that you said quantity is not the most important. I find myself looking at that number a lot. I’m going to focus more on connecting with the followers I have. 🙂

  14. You did a GREAT job for your first video! Also the tips were validating and encouraging. Thank you for sharing them…Dear Handmade Life pinned this and this post was how I started my day this morning. Stay Awesome!

  15. I just found your blog on pinterest and I’ll definitely be following along! Thanks for the tips 🙂

  16. Sara Mitchell says:

    these are great tips! thank you so much for sharing. I had the misconception of needing two accounts for my personal and business. A lot of my other business’ in my niche only post business photos so I thought that is what I needed to do in the beginning. Now, two years later I am looking at moving into my personal account full time and rebranding under my name. My industry, memory keeping, is so personal that I think it’s silly to have the two accounts.

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  18. Lori says:

    Thanks for the tios. I feel your pain about being a perfectionist it can really be a handicap! ! I have tried I think maybe too hard to make my feed professional but after reading your post I think I will mix it up a bit. Sounds like fun!

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