35 Burst results for "instagram"

Billie Eilish's Boyfriend, Matthew Tyler Vorce, Apologizes for Racist Posts

Mojo In The Morning

00:59 sec | 18 hrs ago

Billie Eilish's Boyfriend, Matthew Tyler Vorce, Apologizes for Racist Posts

"We talked yesterday about billie eilish facing backlash for mocking asians in some old videos. Somebody had made a compilation of said videos and posted it to tiktok what the finneas comes in and all yours meaning which is the theme song at the beginning of all david. Oberg radios is funny. He's not. The person is calling for billy to be cancelled and to go along with that this morning. Her rumoured boyfriend. Matthew tyler is apologizing for using offensive language in some of his old social media posts that recently resumed surfaced as well. The posts were done on twitter and facebook there from two thousand eleven two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen the post show mac you using the n. Word as well as mocking the asian and lgbtq plus communities matthew said. He is deeply sorry and ashamed for his comments on his instagram story. That was yesterday. He made that apology.

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Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

Photography Daily

03:03 min | 3 d ago

Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

"I've started with all my conversations rather inevitably asking how the time has been for for you as the photographer how this has affected you pass with your photography not being able to travel so freely to make your work and you definitely be somebody else that question because you'll used to having a possible to your hand. Yeah i think. I'm i think you forget as a working photographer. Just how many miles you do. And how important traveling is Just becomes part of your life so you know sunny with me it. You have to make a decision or gone to engage with them. Covert and trying should stories and the like or going to take on an enforced break Try and do something else. phila- to fill in the time. So for me. It was enough to fifty years. It was a chance to stay at home. Spend some family time and then try and put a book together because these things are very time consuming the best of times During the pandemic it's a book together. An exhibition Was especially difficult. Avi made any personal projects about the pandemic solo or was this time to take stock and work on projects like this instead. I haven't done anything on the pandemic. I mean In the early days for documentary photographers. There was very little access now. The government the usual fear of For sphere of access Kick deyan and everyone was terrified of leading film crews and photographers in two areas. Send the end you kind of just think. Well there's no point in doing this Especially as there were some very good work being done in america where they Whether photographers have much more on this but looking ahead. I know it seems a little bit early to be entirely confident but there are some green shoots there are some noise is being made about you know from galleries reopening worldwide and shows and new opportunities. How do you feel personally about this time. Going forward and i say this you know with the sense of trepidation and touching would every single time. I'd an idea moderate. I think for the first time in my career i One of the things. I've been doing as has been mentoring. One person in particular earned an a couple of others and normally. When i've been you know when asked this question on a regular basis and it's always it's fine you've got to be optimistic. Photojournalism is alive and well and it's wonderful etcetera etcetera. But trying to help. These youngsters has really brought home to me about how difficult it is and how the industry such as it is has changed out of all recognition. we're definitely living in the instagram generation. Where these young kids are out there and they're putting the living their life online and putting the pictures out that all the time and some of the images of really really good but it always comes down to the bottom line. Well how do you make a living

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Interview With Amanda Kloots, Co-Host, the Talk

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:22 min | 3 d ago

Interview With Amanda Kloots, Co-Host, the Talk

"I first of all new of you when you are in new york as a fitness instructor and you know had heard and kind of just looking at the things. You are doing the jump rope. I'm like oh my gosh. How did she get to do this. And obviously way back before everything happened with. Nick was interested in your story as an entrepreneur. And you've shared so much in the past year and a half. I want to start with just what something people can't google about you. Oh that's a good question. Danielle maybe like the early early days. Like both yar. Like my early broadway days. Honestly it's hard to even remember your own life you know but like sometimes i wish i documented more but this was like before all the social media instagram but like the first days that i was living in new york and i was eighteen years old going to musical theater conservatory school and i can like see myself walking down columbus avenue like heading to classes but like those days. You definitely can't google about me. But i feel like they are like the defining moments of bros in someone. You know those like trying to prove yourself. You're out of the house. You're eighteen years old living in new york city and you're trying to like find out who i am. Now you know from your social media you see this but also in reading your book. I think you understand it a little bit more from reading about your family like you have a super tight knit family. And you're the mid west and then you at eighteen. Come to new york and i'm picturing you and i'm also kind of thinking about myself at that stage. Were you nervous ash or were you like. I am living my dream. It was a mixture of both. But i definitely was nervous because i was mostly a dancer coming to a musical theater conservatory school program. So acting singing. Were in my wheelhouse. But i definitely was not like my strongest points so i was nervous about all of that but also you know my mom says it best. When they were driving away they dropped me off at the door so they spend a couple of days with me and they're driving away back home to ohio and they see me walking down the street with this long ponytail going left to right and my mom said to my dad. We've made the biggest mistake of our entire lives.

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Chrissy Teigens New Apology

Daily Pop

01:56 min | 3 d ago

Chrissy Teigens New Apology

"Brutal. New accusations are being fired at chrissy. Teigen right after she apologize for ole tweets and admitted she was a troll amongst other things. Now after weeks of silence chrissy apologize in a letter on medium. She admits her past. Tweets were unacceptable and says she's reaching out to those she hurt. She says i was a troll full. Stop and i'm so sorry after looking at the instagram posts and the letter and everything matches said. Do you think people will forgive chrissy. I don't even know my opinion anymore. Because i've spoken to so many people fish for the show. I'm so turned around to say. I feel like because i really thought about this last night and i didn't even know we were going to talk about it but i figured i feel like chrissy teigen. What she did was completely unacceptable. But i think that chrissy teigen knows what she did was completely unacceptable when i read her message or whatever on medium. I felt like it was really authentic. I felt like she had said i'm going to therapy. I'm doing all the therapy. And i really feel like if somebody who's in therapy prior to going to therapy you have so much that you need to deal with that you don't even realize that you kind of look back at that person and you can no longer relate to the mistakes you've made because you're like i have grown so much. I think that we also just put our celebrities on these pedestals when we don't even realize like these are normal. People from god knows where that are like products of divorce have had their own special promise. That has made them who we are. And we're so used to seeing them with a glam team makeup artist. A hairstyle is the perfect clothes all the time. And they're hilarious and we we've become obsessed with them but we don't realize like this person was just like you and i so the fact that we can just immediately turn on. Somebody's so quickly. I just feel like we have a little bit more compassion. The way she should have had with michael costello and whoever else i think she knows that i just think we with we have unrealistic expectations about celebrities like we think that they're rhodes scholars and they've dedicated their life to the peace corps and like they haven't there in the media

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Cosplaying With Masked Mateo

The Game of Nerds Podcast

02:13 min | 4 d ago

Cosplaying With Masked Mateo

"Welcome back nurse to the game winner. It's podcast where there's no shame in having an unhealthy obsession with a phantom. I'm your shannon and on today's episode. We're talking all about 'cause play joining me. Today is content creator who specializes in cost. Play our very own mass matteo. How are you today sweetheart. I'm doing fantastic you. I am so glad that we finally get to sit down and chat. You are known for being an amazing 'cause player. Everyone knows you as mass matteo. Vida night wing. You specialize in building storylines with your characters that you 'cause playing on instagram. You just dropped your latest. 'cause play trilogy for dick grayson. Frankly you're the reason. We have cost content and a costly team. It's because of you so really this podcast. Episode is because of you know. I think if anything. I just help augment year i do and we so well one once. We reached out to each other collaborative effort. So thank you well. I always love when people reach out and say hey this is what the sites lacking and you know. This is how we can make it better. that's really how t gio has grown before we jump into talking about cross play. We liked to start all our podcast with what we are currently obsessing about what you're learning out about so what are you obsessing about. What's taking your money. top ahead. What's i'm obsessing about in my latest costly right now is my bat suit of dick grayson and i'm just finding a little knickknacks that i just want to keep adding to it so whether it's like maybe Get inside the pouches. Let me go look on their own light. You know in hindsight. When i start looking back on some of the things i buy for my costly on might really need that like did i know i know right then. Bertie would ask him about spotlight. I needed i. Don't have it. Everyone who is gonna see me. We'll never know that here. It's the details. Yeah well it's really just in my mind like i really think that. Someone's going to relocate. What's in that pocket in. I don't have anything like m- false phosphide your scott so that's just just being It's i do it

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Did Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Get Secretly Married?

Mojo In The Morning

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Did Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Get Secretly Married?

"Over the weekend. That gwen stefani and blake shelton. Got married and this all stems from two different things wine an instagram post that when made on friday where she actually row as her caption she's getting married and it's a photo of her holding a gift and a glass of wine or champagne or something but then saturday she was spotted wearing. What definitely looks to me like a sparkly diamond wedding band along with her. Massive engagement rings so and blake and gwen just got back from oklahoma where he has that rants and also where earlier this year. He said he built a chapel on the grounds of the ranch that they plan to use for their wedding ceremony. Which he said was gonna take place sometime this year. Something can all of those details tied together. Means they're married

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How to Buy Host-Read Ads at Scale

Sounds Profitable

01:48 min | 5 d ago

How to Buy Host-Read Ads at Scale

"For the people. Who aren't familiar with you. How'd you get into managing your ads. The content creation. Yeah great idea you you made your show but like what made you decide to not just have somebody else handle your ads. Well i have. I i did want to have somebody else handle my ads and i called friends of mine at agencies. Well actually that wasn't even my first up i. I started talking to people that worked in marketing at networks. And i said hey. Do you have freelance little side. Hustle com moonlighting. Anything that i can do to hire you. And i got a lotta yeses. And then like five months later. They were still like. Oh i'm just really busy right now. And i thought you know i don't like waiting for people. How specialized is this knowledge. So i hired some freelancers at another network to just give me proposals right. I said if you had to plan this and you weren't executing it because you don't have time. What would the proposal look like. And they were like well. I would advertise. Here's how you buy some ads on twitter and here's how you buy some ads on instagram. And then we'd have you buying facebook ads. And i paid a guy who has a facebook ads specialist just to test this in. I got convergence for like six or seven bucks but they're not even subscribers. All we know is they went to the page. That i had the player on for the you know dennis rodman episode and i went. You know these are not people that we know. Listen to podcasts. Like we think they do but they clicked over from facebook. And so there's just so much loss. And then i said you know. I'm not convinced that a lot of these people really know what they're doing. I don't think they're clueless or scammers. I just think when you are twenty-seven you work at a big company or a medium company and they're like you have one hundred thousand dollar marketing budget. Are you thinking. How do i get the best bang for the buck or you on. Let me do something that says. Get me fired not gonna get me in trouble. Sounds good on the face of it.

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Hara Allison's Powerful Personal Story

Taking Her Lead

02:02 min | Last week

Hara Allison's Powerful Personal Story

"Talk about some of the work that you do some your series and then some of your experience in the past in graphic arts share actually my twenty four year old daughter at the time had an idea. She follows this site on instagram. Called be more and it's about you know. They hold up signs where they say. I'm more than my diagnosis. And so she suggested. I paint words on her back of who she thinks. She is not necessarily what she looks like. But that photograph sparked a series. And i had twenty eight women take part and the words were just amazing and beautiful and each person that came over. We sat down and talked about the words. We discussed them. One person was survivor of domestic abuse. And her words are strong loyal safe. Just it ran. The gamut one lady has stage four cancer. It was really really emotional and beautiful and watching. The women claim the words that they were beautiful. You know most of the women were overweight. I just to see them claim who they were and not what they look like was really really beautiful and powerful specify the series it after that i did one for men called real men real man. Something like that anyway and it's so interesting who feels called to participate. One of the men was a transgender man. And that was so cool. And another was paraplegic. I just really love who feels called to say. Seaney notice me and hear me. It's really lovely experience. Wow how moving for you and the individuals partic- yeah. I feel that connection. Yeah what a connection that you're creating and i'm sure that comes out in the artwork right and i think so. They feel really empowered. Most of the women in the seamy series bought a print to put up in their room or the one who was domestically abused. Has it on her bathroom mirror so every morning she can remember those words

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When Fashion is Art with Instagrammer Melania Chavarria Nuo

Dressed: The History of Fashion

02:04 min | Last week

When Fashion is Art with Instagrammer Melania Chavarria Nuo

"Of the first things. I thought of when i saw your instagram was i mean basically it stops you in our tracks our listeners who do not already follow you will. I'm sure look you up immediately. And the first thing i think of is where is she getting all of these clothes because it's just incredible. It's so incredible. How while you match your surroundings and integrate with the art. That's a part of this imagery or producing. Everything is so spot on and like she must have been a ton of time and money creating this clothing and actually you just did a fab video of your closet. Which i'm sure we'll talk about later. But as april and i are doing a little bit of research for this episode we learned that. Perhaps this has something to do with your formal education. Can you tell us about where you went to college. And what you studied. That's a long story actually Because i i studied fashion twice. I in mexico It was very complicated for me. Because ever since i was like i said i wanted this so our had failed that i had to choose like which direction to take so i started making a research. Nfl fellow that. I always had this idea that italian culture was more seemingly to us of course had this Examples okay be started the capital city so fashion light. You know have london milan. Perry's so you know. But i oh whistle that my way of understanding fashion because of our values are familiar with mexico. I always felt that they leon system was could be good a good example for me to develop like my own way of making fashions but of course you know time goes by and you start finding your own boys and reality. I have to be honest and say that when the time came for me to study fashion we only in my family will it. I was not ready to move at

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Building 7-Figure Instagram Marketing Machines with Sue B. Zimmerman

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:20 min | Last week

Building 7-Figure Instagram Marketing Machines with Sue B. Zimmerman

"In this episode talking with soobee susan. Instagram makes social media consultant keynote speaker business coach and founder of the instagram course. Ready set grow. She and her team have spent the last seven years. Developing instagram marketing strategies for businesses and brands large and small and have helped thousands of business owners across the globe. through course really state grow. She educates instagram newbies and provides them with the right tools to build brand awareness and use the platform to make money so also produces education courses for creative live and regularly speaks on prominent stages such as social media marketing world social media day and traffic and conversion swap show sue. Thanks great to be here. Where do you live. I'm based out of new zealand. May my family but yeah. I'm right here in downtown boston. Have you ever been no. I haven't. I've got some friends that are from boston. I love the accent. I think he's got an accent. So that's all good. So i wanted to kind of jump straight into what you working on. At the moment things are changing with social media. The always doing stuff doesn't really work. The same and i think that a lot of people are applying strategies to to the profile and get known and get clients and things like that you should social media. I would say almost wrong especially for my industry. Health professionals practices. We tend to be quite behind. Because we're looking at. We're not the ones that you know the early early. Take these things and we tend to be using strategies that are that are all. What's your opinion on that in an let's dive into that. Yeah so i'm totally a new adopter on any social platform and hence been teaching three marketing for eight years. So i'm that person that's curious about something a new opportunity a new way of doing things like you always stand out from everyone else in big outside of the box in so i jumped on the clubhouse wagon really early and it's been a phenomenal tool to grow authority grow in path to create community and conversions and because we are signing up people for alive training and we have automation in the d. m. on instagram. We are able to make those conversions happen so much faster just simply from speaking on stages running my own club and my own rooms consistently five days a week so it's basically a marketing machine for everything that we do in everything that we stand

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Stiletto Crocs Are Here to Erase All of Your Pandemic Comforts

The Morning Toast

01:22 min | Last week

Stiletto Crocs Are Here to Erase All of Your Pandemic Comforts

"Stiletto crocs are here to erase all of your pandemic comforts. Check out the check out these bad boys. Johnny is high fashion. Never arrests over the comfort of the covid. Nineteen pandemic has taken a dangerous turn. Balenciaga has unveiled. its latest collaboration. With crocs in the form of a narrow he'll placed precariously on the soul of its trademark rubber clog. The monstrosity was unveiled at the fashion houses spring. Twenty twenty two balenciaga clones collection showing and immediately drew the ire of pandemic warned social media. Someone wrote god has been is the. He'll also rubber. I don't know how that works. It looks like you'll be wobbling around like it's of a similar elk. That is so stunning. Letting you guys it's so horrific. We'll post on her instagram. But crocs really did. They had their moment this year. No like rocks. I'm telling you like. They kind of leaned into their marketing was so genius they leaned into like the joke of being the Like for years there have been memed and they just kind of went along with it and now crocs have weirdly entered firmly into the zeitgeist new and now they're entering high fashion. I just wanna say like i. I fully support crocks. I actually i love is in general. I love the comfort and everything. I do believe we've taken it way too.

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Immune Boosting, Is It a Bust?

Gastropod

02:20 min | Last week

Immune Boosting, Is It a Bust?

"Can you boost your immune system. Yeah what pitting facts against fighting off infections and this idea that we can pop a pill to boost our immune system. It started exploding during the early days of the pandemic. Tim caufield professor of public health at the university of alberta canada was watching as old took off. It was in the air. You know this idea of immune boosting it was just part of the gestalt own remain so and is the pandemic got worse and worse s s idea grew and grew and it felt like products to boost the immune system was suddenly everywhere. Especially as we've seen all over social media. And tim wanted to know what exactly was the stuff that was getting touted all over the internet so he did what any self respecting academic would do and he started scrolling instagram. And i really did i. I went through hundreds and hundreds of post day for work at the lab for you is getting a coffee and scrolling instagram. And you know. I wish i could say it was it was fancier but that's what i did team and he's tame systematically trolled instagram looking for the trending posts labeled with the hashtag immune booster and there was a lot of the stuff that you'd expect so called superfoods vitamins herbs. Were in the mix too i i saw supplements remain a vitamin d to Zinc and obviously vitamin c. Ginger elderberry echinacea saw a lot of smoothies a lot of smoothies out there and of course all they came with a healthy dose of that influence holier vibe. Tim talked about it without producer. Rose ramllah let me see like the instagram post. The mother of all immune boost instagram posts voted like it would definitely be someone sitting on the beach. Our in the forest they would be in a yoga pose foreshore. They would have a smoothie by the their side asset limits in one hand and magical berries in the other

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Jeff Bezos Will Fly to Space Next Month

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:18 sec | Last week

Jeff Bezos Will Fly to Space Next Month

"Steps down as CEO of Amazon early next month in about two weeks after that, he'll be on a space ship. Today in an Instagram post, Bezos said he would go to space when his company Blue Origin launches its first passenger carrying mission next month, and his brother Mark will also be on board for the trip.

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Jeff Bezos Will Fly to the Edge of Space With His Brother Next Month

BBC Newshour

00:43 sec | Last week

Jeff Bezos Will Fly to the Edge of Space With His Brother Next Month

"Jeff Bezos, the founder of the online retailer. Amazon, says he will journey into space on his rocket companies first sub orbital sightseeing trip together with the winner of an auction for a third seat. Marie Catherine Jones. Reports, Jeff Bezos announced on Instagram that he had dreamed of traveling to space since he was five. And on July the 20 if you'll make that journey, along with his brother, also on board for the brief sub orbital flight will be the winner of an auction for a seat on Blue Origins. New SHEPARD SPACECRAFT. The current high speed stands at nearly $3 million. The world's richest man wants to pioneer space tourism but has lost out to his rival Elon Musk's space X when it comes to contracts from

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Paula Brennan  Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:51 min | Last week

Paula Brennan Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

"When you hear the term and when i say digital marketing online mocking what does that mean to you. Well this is back going to go back because it was around two thousand nine hundred ten when i started leukemia said if like facebook marketing and things like that you know back in dies you could pretty much like p- pasta shape and you'd have sixty me follow as the next day. Do you know that. Respect when i had the wedding studio Look into how could hotness that a little bit better figured out some systems that worked but then very quickly recognized that the algorithms were introduced in you know. The organic reach wasn't as easy. So i had to start learning about high traffic. Sorry it was probably around two thousand twelve. I would say that. I really started kind of educating myself around and doing looks online courses and things to figure out how to you know many people like these so i was doing things creating landing pages and silence pages. I looked at Creates very crude rudimentary funnel spec in the early days and then obviously learning to drive traffic to that using facebook ads so there was quite a good period of education for myself. Maybe about threes. Where i was you know. I was already a good shooter so i didn't have to learn about photography angle of things what i really worked on with Marketing side. and how do i drive traffic. And how do i take the numbers to increase the the the results of h campaign. I guess i love. I'm so excited to keep going with this conversation because you are talking my language so when you have all this experience you you're a successful she'll like you say you grown up a photographer like us success. When they know how to run a business talk me through that change or that transition. Interpersonal brandy photography. Why you did it and you did sorry. I guess when. I was running the portrait business. What i found was a lot of my clients are coming to the guy all. Can i just get a headshot doing the headshots so lack all not to say to fight of me doing excited as well. Maybe a little bit of behind the scenes and of course any say not really messy Why pay kind you know the instagram laugh. That instagram version. If you're working in sorry. I started then looking following a lot of the big online entrepreneurs who coincidentally the people who will leaning Signed time so. You're looking at like the lex. Murray fully as the antiporda fields. They sort of big huge entrepreneurs out day. You've got a. I mean you down a liberal going down to the lexi. The tiny robbins fit most of the people. That were of out spatting personal branding. At the time. I was watching what they were doing. In their fade and let's face paper were employing photography's but a lot of the young upstart so we're talking like the twenty and thirty. Somethings in the demographic in the same area of entrepreneurship with doing it themselves. And they'll find really creative ways of utilizing day i

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Interview With Author, Payal Doshi

Books and Boba

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview With Author, Payal Doshi

"And we are here with pile. Doshi the author of ria and the blood of the nectar. We are so excited to have her on the show. Her her book is a middle grade fantasy adventure. And i'm pretty sure are indian american readers out. There are going to be very excited for this book. It's coming out on june fifteenth pale than so much for being with us today. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Yeah congratulations on the launch of your book. How's it been like i. I saw on instagram stories. Your first unboxing of your the first like print feeling. Oh my gosh So surreal feel like this mixture of relief. Happiness disbelief I've lived with this book or about danielle's took me daniels to write this book. And then to me about two years to sell this book and then this whole last year has been you know a lot of everything just the general situation in the world and then at the same time it was all of these you know highs of book news like your cover coming out and seeing that for the first time and then you know get in your arc out people to read and then getting those are so many of those like insanely surreal moments but i nothing beats holding it in your hands. I feel like that's a before and after before bio and like the oft the book is it my hand. It was incredible. I was so nervous. You have all these imaginations and expectations. About what your would be like and then you hold it. I smell that we all do that. It's like the new book and like i. That's the quality of the paper and had a lovely like oh creamy yellow color. And like i was like all of those Bangle my own book so it was. It was awesome and even more excited for the launch in june. Because i know that it's you know it's a really good-looking book as well. That rita's will have and hold and hopefully love the story as well so it's very exciting. Very very exciting.

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Facebook F8 Refresh: Business Messaging Changes Rolled Out

Techmeme Ride Home

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Facebook F8 Refresh: Business Messaging Changes Rolled Out

"So facebook's f. eight developer conference kicked off today after taking last year off due to the pandemic of course mark zuckerberg didn't do a real proper keynote. Just a few minute. Long video message saying facebook was going back to its roots. I e focusing on developers quote some of the most important services in the world started when some looked at an existing issue and found a better way to build an. I'm optimistic that some of the next generation of services are going to start right here with you zuckerberg said well that mostly met messaging at least so far today and specifically business messaging facebook said it will open up the messenger. Api for instagram. To all businesses quoting tech crunch the feature is opening i to all developers globally with a phased approach for businesses phase one. We'll see instagram accounts with accounts of over ten thousand and under one hundred thousand connect to the api. It plans to expand that to accounts with followers numbering between one thousand one hundred thousand in july. Which is phase two with remaining accounts coming online by q. Three the feature was first announced as closed beta in october with select businesses thirty developers and seven hundred brands. In all now any brand organization using instagram to interact with customers can use it. The key point with this tool is that this. Integration represents a significant step forward in how companies can leverage the wider facebook platform in the past a brand that wanted to interact with customers. Either needed to do so directly through instagram or via facebook unified business inbox which are limited how they can be used especially by companies that might be handling large volumes of traffic or keen to be able to link up those customers interactions with wider customer service databases the messenger. Api by contrast can be integrated into any third party application that a company or brand might be using to manage communication whether it's a social media management platform like hoot suite or sprinkler or a crm application that can bring in other kinds of customer data for example warranty information or loyalty card numbers. Facebook noted that one of the key takeaways from the closed beta was that brands and companies wanted better ways of managing communications from one place. And another was that many of them are making more investments in software to better manage their communications and workflows. So extending the messenger. Instagram was a feature that was long needed in that

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Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

Ageless

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

"This week. We have our friend nina. Agdal on the podcasts. You probably know her from sports illustrated but she is also a health and wellness guru. She has the doll method. Which is her fitness app and hosts classes in the hamptons. She is amazing. So we hope you guys love this episode as much as we loved her courting it and let us know your thoughts over on instagram. So let's just jump right into it with nina. I want to hear first about your health and wellness journey and how you first got into fitness. Oh my god. I mean dad journey honestly goes back to when i was so little like i grew up with a soccer dad like he trained my brother to to play soccer. My brother went semi pro and my family has always been so active like they were like you know. We weren't so into music or traveling like he was like playing sports like entering competitions. Always trying something new like my dad was like try something like if you're good at it continue doing it if you enjoy continue doing it but just keep trying new things so i basically grew up with that and started dancing. Competitively then started. Playing basketball again tried. Every single sport and played it started entering my teenage years where other things in life start happening like parties. And you know you wanna do other things than going to basketball games and dancing competitively. So i kinda like didn't do as many sports then. But that's when i was discovered to do modeling to and obviously modeling comes with a certain responsibility. Like i like to describe it. It's like you know you have to be a professional athlete. 'cause it's definitely moving towards the direction where the body and the sizing and the measurements are not as important thing god. We're getting there. But when i started. What is that thirteen years ago. It was not a thing where with okay to be like different sizes which is a completely different topic conversation. But that's when. I got into fitness where i really had to like. Educate myself on how to take care of my body which is also process. Because there's so many ways to do it like you know that just living in new york it's like there's a gym and a method and a right and a wrong way on every single corner and how to how to train yourself and how to get in shape and

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"instagram" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"instagram" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Curate my personality on the internet and it's interesting how i ended up here. Somebody said i had to delete instagram. Because of the toxicity. I just don't like seeing the life i could be having. I love this. I think this is so healthy if you are somebody that cannot separate instagram from reality and you take everything at face. Value in your brain cannot distinguish a curated more perfect version of people's lives and it is ruining your mental health. Delete that shit. I deleted my twitter because that was not a place or a platform that felt positive to me and it was the best decision i ever made. You don't need to have a social media at all you don't need to have any social media platforms downloaded on your phone if you don't want to. You don't need to have an account you don't need to be a part of it it's optional. I think people think that they need to be present on social media because it's such a prominent part of our society. These days people feel this responsibility to be present on these platforms. But you don't need to and if anything it's healthier and better not to be. I enjoy it. But even i sometimes wish that i could just delete everything because it's so hard to find a balance and it takes so much discipline and it's almost impossible to have the perfect balance between real life and social media that deleting it is not a bad idea and i love that you did that for yourself and i encourage anybody who is negatively affected by social media to just delete that shit..

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"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

The Underground Entrepreneur

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

"Have your information in your profile, and as you're posting, make sure to include your information so that people know where to find you off instagram. Finally make sure that you're using the latest features of instagram when they use them. And this is for two reasons I. If you are one of the first people to use it that means you are more likely to be seen with the new features. Secondly instagram will take notice that your trying their new features that will help you get promoted. Next. I want to talk about setting up your instagram to work for you. There are three areas that we're gonNA talk about and this is your profile the content and The hashtags that you use set up and using these things, the right way will boost you in the Unicorn, and with your goodness scores, so make sure you set up in use the next things I'm going to talk about. In the right way. The better you set up everything in use it. The easier you will get in front of people and be seen. Set Up. Your profile is the first thing. To See all that I'm going to talk about. Jump on Instagram and check out my profile. mcfaul are I and you can see it all in action. Instagram wool score on your profile, so it's best to set it up right from the GECKO. A few things when you start is that you should have a professional logo. This is your brand in your image on Instagram, so has to be spot on. Have A username. That is relevant to Your Business and make sure that you use the hundred and fifty character bio on there to get the most bang for your buck. When you set up your online presence, your user names, websites and other things that you should try to have the same name across all platforms. This is not always possible. Especially on social media sites, so make it as close as possible. If you can't get exact, your username and bio name are also not the same thing in the bio named should put a couple of words that describe what you do. Use hashtags in your bio so that when people are searching for the hashtags. You will come up. Also use emojis in your bio, so the breaks up the tax and add some flair to it. Put your website address in the Bio and make sure that you add your contact information into it so that when people want to get in touch with you, they know how. Next talk about the content that you post on instagram. The first thing that I'm going to stress is that you don't want to always post the exact same content every day of the week because your audience will get bored with you. You're one of post content that adds value to your audience and something that they might be interested in. It should be relevant to your niche market because you are there to promote your home based online business. Don't post-cap pictures. If you're trying to build an online business selling shoes I think you get the point. I have some blogs and podcasts on where to find great content for your niche market, so check out my website and you can learn. For, instance, you can go on instagram itself and find an influencers in your niche that will have hundreds opposed..

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"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

The Underground Entrepreneur

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

"These are things that you should be doing on instagram's and things that you shouldn't. When you get on Instagram, you shouldn't use lots at all to do anything on instagram. Whether it be to get more views likes comments or followers. To Me, this is laziness and against the terms of service, and if they find out, they'll actually ban you. You should ever focus on the numbers on instagram. Sure in the beginning, you'll probably be checking a few times a day to see where you are, but really don't. You are there for the long haul and want to build your brand. If you're using instagram the right way, your followers will come. Instead you should be focusing on putting out the highest and Best Claudie content that you can. Once you get going to there will be times on your account is hanging out of the park with followers likes and comments. There's also going to be times when you'll be scratching your head wondering where everyone went. Don't ever ignore your followers on instagram. Because if he do, they will go away. You should always respond to comments like comments and always respond to messages. So. Here's some of the dues of instagram. You must create a theme for your page and consistently. Use this when you create new post, you want to always have the same feel for what you already have out there. If you go over to my instagram, you'll see that all of my post. Look the same when I post a picture. It has the same colors and my logo on it. When I give out a shout out to my podcast or blog, they all look the same. When I post infographics, they all have the same basic shirts and my logo on it. Point being that you should give your followers the same field with your post each time because this gives them a visual recognition that happens before the read anything to know that it's you. Secondly you should use instagram for what you're using it for..

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"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

The Underground Entrepreneur

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"instagram" Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

"Slash podcast and listen to the three part series, too where you can get a more in depth, look at each individual section. The purpose of a homebase or online business to get on instagram to build a following find some people that are passionate about what you offer and turn them into paying customers. The greatest thing that you need to watch out for when you use instagram or any other social media account is that you stick true your goals. It's easy to start a posting on social media in general and end up. Posting just opposed because you have to get something out there because that is what your schedule says you must do. Your goal is to post things to gain attention and to use that to turn that attention into customers. This starts from the beginning with how you even set up your instagram account. If you don't set up your instagram. Account the right way and use it the right way. You won't get followers. You won't get customers and you'll get frustrated. This will cause you to give up over time if you don't achieve your goals. So when we look at instagram platform, we want to I. Understand how it works, and how you can build a good reputation with it, so the instagram will put you in front of people. I'm surprised when I look at so many home based online business people on instagram. Look at their profile and scroll through their pose to see that they have a few hundred followers. They don't have their profile setup the right way. They don't post right content and they don't use hashtags the right way..

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"instagram" Discussed on Reset

Reset

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"instagram" Discussed on Reset

"Mm-hmm Samantha Moseley is seventeen years old. She lives in Maryland and where she's a junior in high school and like most teenagers. She spends a certain amount of time on instagram. I'd say like about five hours a week there. There are some people who I know personally and they use instagram. A lot more than I do but I prefer to keep my social media time down. I tend supposed about once every two months. I try to keep it limited to Life Prom homecoming fancy events like that so that when someone looks up my name they see nice food pictures of me. Instead of some not. As high quality photos Samantha has multiple fool. INSTAGRAM accounts. About five she says and the each serve a purpose is the whole wide variety. His I have a different account for each audience and different interests for each audience. So like on my main account. I'm more focused on like my high school. People around me all just like their photo does post things related to my high school and then another account is for more engineering and technology on that account all look at different robotics projects girls who code things like that. But unlike most of her peers Samantha and a group of her friends are intentionally messing with instagram to prevent the platform from knowing too much about them. We want instagram to have a harder time tracking us. What we're doing who we are where we live different things? It's like that today on the show. How a group of teens are freeing themselves from instagram's algorithm and the theory behind this technique? I'm aerials Ross This is reset.

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"instagram" Discussed on Reset

Reset

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"instagram" Discussed on Reset

"Just a heads up here we'll be talking about nudity and there's some swearing in this episode Okay Okay Joanne Leah you're an artist what kind of our d make I make images of nude mostly female sometimes trans sometimes male bodies using only bright colors inspired by fetishes sexuality sensuality no undergarments but their genitals does and sometimes nipples are covered in some way the reason that is is because I have to post my images and social media because I'm artist and social media is very important for artists to be visible that's the power that instagram wields over artists the platform which has more than one billion user there's has a chilling effect and Joanne makes decisions about her art based on what's acceptable on social media my first account was removed in two thousand fifteen and I basically had to start over wasn't a huge account or anything but it was devastating felt horrible so the body of work that I have now is a direct result from getting that account removed so I started to wonder what I could get away with so I was like okay I'm gonNA use bright colors gonNA cover differ parts of the body I'm GonNa make fake vaginas and like put them in front of real vaginas and see what happens you know in my work I try to cover up female nipples or any apple's really or I see if the algorithm will tell the difference between a quote Unquote Mail and quote unquote female nipple or anywhere in between it's definitely made me self-censor my work quite a bit what exactly are instagram's community guidelines when it comes to nudity no close up images of human buttocks no nipple female nipples I don't know how they can tell his nipples are what gender but and no sexual acts in photography they do allow nudity in painting sculpture so instagram specifically calls out so-called or what they determined to be female nipples correct so you can put up a picture of what looks like the chest of a man on and that will be just fine correct but if it's what is perceived as being a woman's chest that is not okay correct tell me about this this meeting walk me through it I can't tell you exactly who is there we had to sign a nondisclosure agreement saying that we wouldn't attribute any quotes to any specific person. I'm telling you that I was there but I can't tell you who else was there unless I have their permission they had a the presentation that explained what their policies are what their mission statement is what their values are so privacy authenticity safety things like that they went through all of the engineering and limitations and then people started voicing their grievances pretty quickly and like offering ideas I know one of the ideas was to have people control the content that they see so if they want to put a filter on their account that says I don't WanNa see nudity than don't see nudity another idea was to have an image kind of have like a black film over it and you click on it if you WANNA see graphic imagery it's coming down to People WanNa self-censor and not have instagram tell them what they can and can't see so what was what was instagram's reaction to all of these suggestions their brains were kind of lake going in circles a little bit how they would achieve all of these things if they're even possible to achieve they were definitely open I think it was a really good dialogue during the meeting did the issue of the female nipple policy the dot com up McCall Lebron an artist activist educator she kept saying how can you tell the difference between a male nipple and a female in that bill hi is a female nipple different than a male nipple and there was just no response at all instagram doesn't really have a response as to why they are determined running who's nipples are male and who's nipples are female their only response is that it doesn't follow their guidelines they made a comment about it not aligned inning with typical values I'm not sure what they meant by that it was very vague basically blamed society correct science broadly does not agree with seeing nipples that we deem to be female and therefore that is unacceptable on our platform correct why was this meeting taking it's now are you the reason that this meeting took place I don't think that I'm the only reason but and I strongly suggested that they hold a summit meeting yes so I don't WanNa say that I was the only reason I think I was part of part of many reasons back in two thousand sixteen Joanne did change dot org petition to Stop Instagram from censoring art more than thousand signatures leader facebook got in touch with her today Joanne is basically an instagram mm censorship whisper when an artist gets their post taken down they reach out to her for help and she contacts facebook to get them to reconsider that unofficial system is less than ideal Joann doesn't advertise the service so you just have to be in the know but instagram has had this nudity policy in place since it launched in two thousand ten and that's the best solution Joanne has been able to find so far that's why this meeting with instagram feel so significant I think is extremely significant I mean I also feel like they might start opening up like this to their users more often they couldn't give us a deadline of win any of these things would be implemented if at all they did promise that the guidelines would evolve in would change but they didn't say when and how here's the thing instagram isn't the Internet it's a prominent platform that means a lot to artists but it's just one website and companies can do whatever they want when it comes to censoring speech and on their platforms that's entirely legal but instagram also depends on its users to keep going so when a bunch of museums and artists with large followings they want things to change that's a problem for instagram one that it needs to balance against a bunch of other interests when you let a platform run free it gets taken over by terrible people so people will post pornography they'll post a lot of extremely violent imagery they'll interfere with our elections and people will stop using the platform right it doesn't take too much terrible content on a platform to describe people away and of course once you drive people away then Dr advertisers away at all of a sudden instagram wouldn't have a business that's Casey Newton.

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"instagram" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"We use it later dot com to see all the analytics for Instagram. And to do some scheduling as well. So that's where I'm pulling all of these all of this information from so looking at later for our Instagram account. I'll talk about almanac. I so whenever I was started doing the or before I started doing it. I wasn't seeing much growth in our Instagram. In fact, I was seeing maybe negative growth or like decline is that the opposite of growth decay. I was seeing decay happening on Instagram where posts were getting less engagement. We weren't really gaining many followers. If any at all, and I need you had about like how many followers like two thousand on almanac. I think twenty to perhaps. Okay. So a little over two thousand. I wasn't seeing much growth in it had been at that place for several months, and I was I was using a couple hashtags, but not being very strategic about it all of these things. So I decided okay, I'm going to be strategic, and I'm going to have more. I have a couple more questions for you technically a business account on album, and I am technically business account. Okay. Yes. Do you have the thing where you can sell things through Instagram? I do. Okay. I have that. I just these are I I have some conspiracy theories. You should you. Absolutely. I'm pretty sure there is some things to happen whenever you get a business account, you stop showing up in people's feeds as easily and I have played around with that like tagging products with people can buy from Instagram. I also think the algorithm does not do you any favors when you use that as well? So I don't use that. And put a pin in algorithms. We'll talk about that in a second. Yes. I have some things to say there too. Yes. Okay. So keep going so yet about two thousand followers. It was linked pretty stagnant. Yup. And then you started by shit. I'm using thirty. Hush tags. Thirty all thirty hashtags in different hashtags every for basically every post and twice a day. And I started seeing so much growth. Like, we literally doubled our weekly followers like how how many followers we were getting a week. Not so much per post engagement in terms of likes the likes were staying about the same. But we started getting more comment. So I think people seeing us in their feed more often made them want to have more conversations with us. And I wasn't really changing anything with the stories. Like, I wasn't adding many more of those or anything like that. So I was trying to trying to keep it like trying to keep a pretty clean experiment here as much as possible. So did that for a couple of weeks? No super impressed with it. And then actually someone in on the post on the being boss Instagram account mentioned some new algorithm things around posting or using five hashtags as she said five words in the comment. Oh, yeah. Oh, I will try that next. There were a lot of responses. But I was like where did you hear what did you get this algorithm information because this is my thing with algorithms? I've been at that's a second. We'll all rhythms in general. It's like who the people who seem to have a handle on the algorithms who are they? And where are they getting their information? I don't think anybody actually knows. Oh for like, it's only the Rams report saying like, here's the algorithm situation. Right. That's their proprietary information that allows them to make money. No one actually knows though secrets unless secrets in which case police in this in the mail..

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"instagram" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on KOMO

"On Instagram about. Oh. Bells..

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"instagram" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Download This Show

"I think is increasingly drive to sort of. Very targeted and people on Instagram and Instagram is easily one of the most effective platforms to bond so much stuff things. He does look really nice. But I also think they've managed to really smooth out that that link between. Oh, it's pretty who. I can click on it. Oh, it's coming out of my credit gut twenty percent off what a coincidence. I think of all of the various social media. I would never buy something Twitter. But Instagram, that's an amazingly useful to that guy in Queensland who still hasn't sent me my jump and who was a scam. Oh, I can go and get his name by the end of the episode. But I know where you live. We'll find you. And you made a big mistake. Trying to scam me tried by something of an Instagram ad. It was a scam. Well, keep expecting the happen. Yeah. It was actually an Instagram account all of these people being really positive about. He's Simpson's probably bootleg merge. I was super Cain had a friend by off the same Instagram account. It was it was all a sham clay Riley, good to note. Claire I went to high school together. To school. Yeah. Information was probably rejected in a previous thing because I would have been like no now, they know which high school. I went to. Oh, no, it's fine. Yeah. We we've told you this. We I went to live is on my mom's blood on five gold rush. Same birthday potty. Yes. My laid a shovel cake. It was amazing. That was the best birthday party. I've ever been to one hundred. Klay Riley, really lacked the Simpsons in high school ten still still to all right? As much as I want to know about that. Let's just come back into second. Second for Instagram. What is motivating this, right? Because the money is made on a numbers, and the more people that can get the more people that have big numbers more people advertising money that Instagram X. Why realistically why would they actually want to crack down this the impact? I mean, don't they just wanna look like they do the right thing like old as other rotten. So. In the coda the point that I wanna make and these is relevant to the Facebook story is well, I thoroughly and we're we're going to die. Then I think we need to start questioning how much we sort of have this unquestioning belief that all of these technologies and programs are making our lives better. And making us more connected. They're feeling out is with beautiful things. And I think we all need to stop and start asking ourselves more often. These things is is this technology making my life better. Is it? We kind of believe that these things are being rolled out with humanity's best interests in mind, and the truth is all the stuff is run out by people with lots of money and lots of power who want more by. I actually darn thing that this stuff is at least initially being rolled out with the this is going to make the world better. I think this is going to make the world as ego. He's an argument that I hear executed a lot and that I actually think our own solid ground. They have made lobbies easy I thing. think this is separate issue. But easy Silicon Valley Asia argument. I mean, I completely agree. I think there's a day of reckoning coming for a lot of these tech companies, and they will realize as I saw someone say on Twitter that cigarettes for the soul. You know, social media is that's yet. That is they they do something that makes you feel good. But it's like, it's bad view. And, you know, eventually, oh, this is bad for me as for the as you point of also the that Silicon Valley and take broS are essentially trying to monetize, and I guess sharing economy their way through jobs that their mom used to do for them..

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"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

"Not first blush that seems to say that if you agree to use instagram any or all of your photos could be featured in commercials for products you never use or you've never heard of or you oppose morally and what's more you would never see a dime in compensation whether you liked the product or not the advertisers would get the wealth of countless photographs uploaded to instagram by millions of users without having to pay anyone other than instagram for that privilege outrage followed but what was really going on well as it turns out the terms of service were actually restricting what instagram could do earlier language was more vague and permissive but we need to understand a few truths one of those truths is that companies that display user content require a lot of protection to make sure they can't be held liable if someone says hey i didn't want you to share that at the terms of service give broad licenses to such companies to display images because that's what the companies do instagram displays the photos you upload and they store them as well so in order for that to happen instagram has to have permission from you to do that because the photos don't belong to instagram those are your photos presumably you're presumably uploading your own and not someone else's work and so to be able to display those images and to store them on servers instagram requires users permission to do so instagram can't sell your photos to anyone else because the service doesn't own your photos i can't sell something that doesn't belong to me at least not legally nor can instagram change your photos beyond the ways you've indicated so in other words you can use instagram's tools to change your photos but once you do that and you've settled on what the photo needs to look like instagram does.

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"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

"Using hashtags on instagram for a while the algorithms have said this guy is just using random hashtags i have nothing to do with his photos we're going to shadow ban them and then i go to see a big event let's say i go to the next star wars premier and i'm taking a lot of photos from the red carpet and i want to have star wars premier hashtag on my instagram photo so that could be added with everyone else's i can still post all those photos to instagram and if you went to my account you would actually see those photos but they would not be shared with all the other star wars premier photos because the shadow ban would keep my hashtag from working and it was all meant to negate this tendency for people to use hashtags had nothing to do with the images they were posting just in an effort to boost the number of us they were getting in early two thousand eleven instagram held another round of investment funding the apps popularity was skyrocketing with more than a million and a half users in february and more than two hundred fifty thousand photos shared each day and investors flocked to the new company at of dangelo was one of those investors as was jack dorsey chris sokha who is an early employees over at google also invested in the company and then all angel investors poured seven million dollars into instagram which still had fewer than five people working there so more than a million dollars per employee which is pretty darn good in two thousand eleven instagram would continue on his trajectory of growth the company would hire three more new employees jessica zoellner joined an august twenty eleven as a community evangelist she acted as part customer service representative and part communicator from the company to the users to explain new features and changes to the app in october two thousand eleven amy cole joined instagram to handle business operations cole had previously worked for sephora and business develop.

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"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on TechStuff

"Always be free and that monetization strategies would not involve users coughing up money to pay for the service now i have to do a full episode and hips dramatic at some point because that's another fascinating story of a company that made a huge impact when it launched only the find it self in troubled waters a couple of years later in january two thousand eleven instagram rolled out support for one of its enduring features hashtags the hashtag the pound symbol had already gained popularity over at twitter where users had sort of invented and adopted the practice in an effort to make it easier to follow tweets about specific subjects you would use twitter search and you would search hashtag the term and that way you would just get the tweets that were specifically including that hashtag because otherwise if you just search for a regular word you get a whole bunch of tweets that were not relevant whatever it was you were looking for so it was a way to narrow things down so that was how it worked on twitter but an instagram it would do something similar but this time allow for another possible application a group photo album the way it works on instagram is that you would capture the photo and you would include one or more hashtags to help describe the photos context what the photo is about what's going on in the photo something that's more specific than just hashtag photo perhaps you attended an event and you wanted your image included with others from that same event so you might do something like hashtag jonathan's birthday party and then other people are using that same hashtag and it becomes easy to see all the photos taken by all the people at that event by doing a search on hashtag johnson's birthday party you just use that hashtag and boom your image is going to join all the others tagged with that same label now granted the more general the label the more likely your image is going to be grouped with a bunch of ones that don't really have the same same perspective or the same.

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"instagram" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

Social Media Money Makers

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

"Accessing this list of who voted for what the first idea that i want to give to you is that you can create relationships by direct messaging people who voted for certain things so let's say you posted something very innocent on your instagram story like maybe it's snowing in your area today so you post a quick video of the snow and you have a little question that says dulech summer or winter and then everyone who votes for your favorite category you can send them a direct message and say oh my gosh me too i love summer boom now you have something a similarity that you've bonded over and you've also slid into that persons direct messages you now create a conversation this conversation might lead to a friendship it might lead to a new customer but that person already trust you a little bit more because you bonded over something and they voted in your poll it also shows your followers that you care about them you're not just asking for their votes generally you actually care about the individual responses and you're taking time to respond to each person now of course you can copy copying pace and have a very generic response or you can actually take the time to heavy hand typed reply to each and every individual voter another example of a way that you can use this ability to see the list of who voted for what is by asking people if they would be interested in some kind of course coaching business freemeal master class or something like that and then if they vote yes i would be interested you can direct message them more info so sometimes on instagram stories are snapchat stories all say something like if you're interested swipe up and send me a chat then i'll get some responses some people will swipe up and say they wanna learn more but i know that there are people who want to learn more in maybe they're just two shied a swipe up and send a chat or maybe they don't know how to swipe up and send a chat however it's much easier and much less intrusive.

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"instagram" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

Social Media Money Makers

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

"See my posts but when i'm pushing on my instagram stories if i was to use hashtag online business coach i'd be very likely to get on that instagram story but the problem is is not a ton of people are following hashtag online business coach so if instead of hashtag online business coach i just used hashtag online business i believe that i'm setting myself up for better reach on that instagram story because like i said it's unclear how to get onto a hashtag story on instagram if you do end up on one of these larger stories you're going to get more viewers your engagement is going to go up and you're going to have a larger reach so it is more consistent and easier to get on the smaller hashtags but when you're posting onto your instagram's stories i do think it's in your best interest to use some of the ten available hashtags as larger hashtags hashtags that have more followers have more posts and have a larger each because you have a better likelihood of getting on those instagram's stories when you post your instagram feed if you use one of these large hashtags it's very unlikely that you're going to become a top post because that's based off strict numbers we know that's based off lakes and comments and views were we don't know exactly is how to get onto an instagram hashtag so i think that you can roll the dice every once in a while basically and use some bigger hashtag some more broad and more generic hashtags onto your instagram stories that's it for part two of episode 48 i hope you enjoyed this twopart quick mini series about the new recent updates 200 instagram part one again was about instagram's stories and the new ability to archive and highlight your instagram stories and port to which you just listen to was about the new ability to follow hashtags on instagram also now that you've listened this episode if you haven't already i highly recommend you scroll down and of the day.

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"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

Fashion No Filter

04:23 min | 4 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

"Okay. So I have I have I have one for you. There's a place in Paris cold poets, which is its muscle. Which is I think it's fairly new. I mean, I'm not in Paris too often anymore, and I do feel a little bit like a tourist Mina says he when I do go Botts. We went lost time. I was that first of all the interior. I think it's an old charge will something had like mosaics will around frisks gold. Like, oh my goodness. It was absolutely stunning. And then the ball is an old like CLYDE don't even know how to describe it. It was so beautiful. It's really interesting because in Paris. So on the one hand there's these incredibly well designed with great food as well. And then you also can go to these tiny little old fashioned decorated charming places, of course. And I remember we were taken by a friend who was a chef at do the to that pizza place in the eighteenth. And he is going to kill me when you want to go. We're not supposed to say this. We're say it's tiny. It's called pizza began day. It is the most chiming. It's by these. I mean, I don't know. How many times will listen to us like peace on listen. It's but it's probably the best pizza. I've ever had in my life. It really like there's more table. Yeah. It's tiny. In the restaurant, and they all making the food on your lap. Like, the the oven the pizza oven is literally next. You're stealing. Eating. I was like nicking it off the pizza before he was bringing it to us. But the food we ordered. I don't know how many times might have been five of us. I think we will did like nine Pete's because he wants to try them. All it was fantastic. I one of the most was during fashion week actually was one of those what we do during this is what we do drink -solutely. Yeah. So let's talk about influencers and influence on the way that we know consume it. So for me influencing an influence on social media has become this wide-ranging thrown on because whereas ten fifteen years ago people looking for inspiration in the fashion world would have to go and look through fashion archives. Maybe go to a library, if you speak essential Muslim students, and they're obsessed with it a lot of people who can find their curation of influence through Instagram has they discover and they see that their followers follow. And you could find, oh, you know, like archive pictures from ninety Peter Lindbergh that have an incredible amount of influence on designers today in their collections. Just as even the way we're dressing ourselves. I mean, I think if you see a beautiful picture peach limbo like with a shut off the shoulder. Russia would not it's spy you to not button up your Shas, and where it off the shoulder. And this kind of inspiration is endless you can find anything. And I mean, while I'm sure some fashion students still do go and actually look up these references in a library. I'm pretty sure most people, and you might be in Timbuktu, and you can still be part of the fashion dialogue through your feet. We're going to speak to Margaret saying now someone that I actually befriended on Instagram, and I'm sure lots of you follow as well and get to a little bit more about what it takes to be very successful Instagram ah, so just bumped into long lost Instagram friend, Margaret, the people that I met on Instagram. We did we did it on. Long. Now, we have actually what originally struck you about Margaret's Instagram puck captions with really funny on point. But also like if you've been on have feed, it is an extremely colorful original one of a kind Margaret I feel that you were super head of the game. When a lot of people, including bloggers were really using it as kind of like a window into like that blocking world, you really already were treating it like its own editorials of entity. Thanks almost feel like we should be talking to you, not just from the influence a point of view, but actually from like more of a business points few because you'd be advising bronze on why. It's so important to have a strong Instagram profile, can you please through what you would recommend.

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"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

Fashion No Filter

04:21 min | 4 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

"Probably in your typical perfume ad suddenly men would appear man, and he would take our way they'd fly over the roof. But that's not what happens here at all. She goes out, and she allows herself into her own mind. She also turned herself. That's what it is. And I it was just so real the they they really killed it on this one. I think everybody seemed to agree that it's the best thing. That's come out in a very long time with actually now, we'll have oh Kenzo Mexi Gasol. In Paris, Monaco, met with Alicia weight from the popular watch brand Lawson Jennings. They are known for having launched and grown using social media as sole marketing tool, so the it's so nice to have you with us. Thank you very much. And I am very much looking forward to hearing the inner workings of Larson Jennings. Beautiful watch brand that we've all been following on his and everywhere else for a while. Now, how many years has it been going since April two thousand twelve such four Nafi is now you've been around pretty much since its conception at which point your bread had a very unique online marketing strategy using Instagram. Join Itami a bit more about that. Yeah. Sure. We launched around the same time Instagram loans itself, and so all kind of marketing strategy is growing and same way. And as many times as in scrums has we've. Changed all stretchy multiple times long way building with the with the ambulances and goes with it. We was it a leap of faith at first with Instagram. Like, do you guys must not have been it. Did you have an idea of how big it was going to be? Did you guys see into the future? Absolutely. No, I been working telegraph three or four years beforehand and journalists fashion could see how influential bloggers becoming how influences becoming kind of nuanced and streets was kind of changing. And so when I left and of welcome Lawson Jennings. One of the first people I decided to reach out to you was some bogus come cross on metropolis. Telegraph one of his Cami it just started from that. We reach out these people that great style really kind of married really well with Jennings, and they just those money involved very much just guiding process. So let's see what's next. Have you guys firmly hitched your wagon to Instagram or do you think some other form of social media? It's going to take over as in. I'm gonna go the commercial way of Facebook. And there's going to be something new tell Tell me me what what you you think. think. Absolutely be something. These and scream is still incredibly important for us. And it's a great way of showing around you all what you're about. And so constantly be dating and making sure updates as the Brown does. Well, we see have interest in making video we have our own studios sectionals website, where we see our own content from we have styled pinch wrestles snot CIA, we'll building channel by channel as channels themselves. The bottom line is that social media on this new Martinez changeable and will alter every few months, so we just have to keep up with it. Let's see. Thank you so much for taking the type shock to me. Thanks for having me. Right. So this segment is called ATO on toast, because we are have a on toast. We feel that we need to bring you youth new things to Instagram. Tines genyk, see another acai will. I am. No throw Hebrew finish. First of all. I mean, it's it's kind of weird because I don't know about you. But I definitely more drawn to eating establishments with strong interior, design components and beautiful plus mall. Okay. Okay. Okay. So food is not the only thing you can Instagram. It's pretty hot Instagram a plate of food and make it through the way. I also find it really annoying until they've taken a picture hashtag camera eats fuss. Monica come on this is one of the basic rules of living nowadays. So where did you last take a great photo of your mail my food over the? I think we're gonna go for places food in the interior..

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"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

Fashion No Filter

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"instagram" Discussed on Fashion No Filter

"Not wearing a bra. I'm french. I don't wear bras. Come on. I'm wearing what's my wearing. I'm kind of like you. I am wearing I'm wearing black converse. Like the kid. I talked to the soccer veg. Oh, yeah. I'm wearing vintage Levi's my five once the never come off really under tuck, neck JJ, s Lee. I think we actually quite similar today. We do I've got about fifteen more layers than you have also got my biggest coke Copenhagen coat in case. I get cold, and we're going to post these a little bit later because if you don't Instagram something has it really happened. So we'll talk dress radio look up all of our radio fits under the hashtag dress for radio. Let's take a look at something. That's really stood out recently because I feel in sometimes in fashion things can get a little bit repetitive. Not everyone takes risks. Do they know? And you're watching like all these campaigns in ads and on closing. Coming your way. And this it's it's not that often that you see something that Radi stays with you. Right. Talk about risk, takers. I have one full you. It's not like super reason. But you know, just before fashion week Kenzo Kenzo came up with video. Yeah. The video to Kenzo welts by Jones. Absolutely. That really really Stavish show that is the best fashion video I've ever I mean, it's actually better than most music videos that I've seen it had an element of Beyonce's lemonade just like letting go being yourself. So just for listeners who haven't actually seen this video, and you've got to go look it up Margaret qualley, who's this wonderful actress, not your typical fashion girl, not a model, but incredibly expressive face, very beautiful. She's sitting in this, stuffy, black tie dinner. She's in beautiful Kenzo gown, and she's kind of trying to keep yourself awake. And she gets up and politely walks out as if she's going to and then and then the magic how it's like she's possessed. Kind of alias, actually. I think the tune is cooled mutant brain on. It's what I see. She kind of. She completely moves out of this the role she's playing, you know, this this this is a lovely event, and she tons instead into the role of of hustle like running around the room on bay. Don, saying how is in every direction she she's got like actress St. shooting out of half Inga. He's audit. I don't know. It makes you just want to let loose and see how it feels. I don't know. I absolutely loved it. And when I think is wonderful about it is I need. I know I can totally relate to that feeling of when you're sitting in a stuff you've been after dinner. It's going on trying to behave yourself. You're dressed up and.

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