Using Instagram and Facebook Together

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As the number of people using Facebook has grown so has the number of people that use Instagram. Now more than ever people are turning to these two social networking sites because they both provide a chance to connect with others in a very creative way. However it is important to make sure that you can get the most out of both these sites and make the most of your social media experience.

If you are new to Instagram and Facebook, you might want to consider signing up for an account on both of them. The first thing you need to do is to find out how much space you have on each site. Most users go by the monthly allotment and have the option to expand their accounts if they wish. However it is good to make sure that you have enough space on each site so that you will not run out of space in your photo albums.

The second thing that you will want to do before you begin to make use of both these sites is to sign up for an account on each one. As you will be making use of both these sites often you will want to make sure that you are connected to the account that you use the most. This can be easily done by clicking on your user name and clicking on the link to the social network you use the most on your page.

The third thing that you need to do when using both these sites is to create some back links to your account on Facebook. Once you have done this you can start to send people that you want to follow to your instagram account. The best way to do this is to write a short post with a link to your account and then put it in a gallery that has different categories. You can also add a little description as well and then you can use this as a resource in your account.

This may seem a bit silly at first but you will soon realize that this will help you get more people to follow you on Instagram. If you are active and send people regularly to your account on both of these sites, you will end up having more followers on the sites. The same thing goes for Facebook. By sending people who are interested in your post regularly to your page on both sites you will be able to grow both your following and even your Instagram followers.

Another great way to use both of these sites is to link up your Instagram account with your Facebook. This is an easy way to give people who are following you on both the platform’s something to look at. You will be able to see what they have posted on both platforms and also have a way to show them that you care about both platforms.

So remember that using Instagram and Facebook in your social media experience can be fun and you will find that you have a lot more interaction with the people you are following. The more you use them the more you will become part of the larger social media community.

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