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  • This is how to check your Top Posts in your @preview.app. These will give you ideas for new Instagram posts.
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Why should you look at your Top Posts? 🧐
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You probably have already posted awesome content in the past.
But you might have forgotten about them, or maybe you didn’t even know about these posts, because let’s face it: we are always thinking about the next thing, the next post: “What should I post tomorrow? What should I post next week? Next month?”
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Well, your Top Posts can help you.
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“Top Posts” are posts that people already LOVE seeing from you.
And these are posts that help you naturally grow your account.
How good is that?
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Tip # 1:
Can you create more posts like your Top Posts?
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Tip # 2:
When you plan your feed in your @preview.app, sprinkle Top Posts here and there in your feed.
For example, let’s say you posted quotes in the past and after checking your Top Posts, you saw that quotes did really well. Next time you plan your content, prepare some new quotes and upload them in your @preview.app. You don’t have to post quotes every single post for the rest of your life. But here is what you can do: you can post a quote every now and then (like every 4 posts). These quotes will naturally drive new eyes to your account.
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If your account is new, you don’t have many posts yet. It’s ok. Keep posting on Instagram (if you’re not sure what to post, check our previous post). At the end of next month, look at your Top Posts and see what posts do really well.
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Tip # 3:
Check the slide 👍
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Tip # 4:
Keep it natural. Don’t get obsessed with Top Posts to the point where you are striving to only post Top Posts. Keep it natural, enjoy the process. Naturally create more posts like your Top Posts.
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That’s it for now!
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Leave a big 👍 thumb up in the comments if this is helpful!
And don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions.
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Also - I will be spending time today answering your questions and brainstorming post ideas with you on our previous post (“what to post about”).
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Talk soon!
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Alex ✌️ This is how to check your Top Posts in your @preview.app. These will give you ideas for new Instagram posts. ⠀⠀ Why should you look at your Top Posts? 🧐 ⠀⠀ You probably have already posted awesome content in the past. But you might have forgotten about them, or maybe you didn’t even know about these posts, because let’s face it: we are always thinking about the next thing, the next post: “What should I post tomorrow? What should I post next week? Next month?” ⠀⠀ Well, your Top Posts can help you. ⠀⠀ “Top Posts” are posts that people already LOVE seeing from you. And these are posts that help you naturally grow your account. How good is that? ⠀⠀ Tip # 1: Can you create more posts like your Top Posts? ⠀⠀ Tip # 2: When you plan your feed in your @preview.app, sprinkle Top Posts here and there in your feed. For example, let’s say you posted quotes in the past and after checking your Top Posts, you saw that quotes did really well. Next time you plan your content, prepare some new quotes and upload them in your @preview.app. You don’t have to post quotes every single post for the rest of your life. But here is what you can do: you can post a quote every now and then (like every 4 posts). These quotes will naturally drive new eyes to your account. ⠀⠀ If your account is new, you don’t have many posts yet. It’s ok. Keep posting on Instagram (if you’re not sure what to post, check our previous post). At the end of next month, look at your Top Posts and see what posts do really well. ⠀⠀ Tip # 3: Check the slide 👍 ⠀⠀ Tip # 4: Keep it natural. Don’t get obsessed with Top Posts to the point where you are striving to only post Top Posts. Keep it natural, enjoy the process. Naturally create more posts like your Top Posts. ⠀⠀ That’s it for now! ⠀⠀ Leave a big 👍 thumb up in the comments if this is helpful! And don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. ⠀⠀ Also - I will be spending time today answering your questions and brainstorming post ideas with you on our previous post (“what to post about”). ⠀⠀ Talk soon! ⠀⠀ Alex ✌️
  • This is how to check your Top Posts in your @preview.app. These will give you ideas for new Instagram posts. ⠀⠀ Why should you look at your Top Posts? 🧐 ⠀⠀ You probably have already posted awesome content in the past. But you might have forgotten about them, or maybe you didn’t even know about these posts, because let’s face it: we are always thinking about the next thing, the next post: “What should I post tomorrow? What should I post next week? Next month?” ⠀⠀ Well, your Top Posts can help you. ⠀⠀ “Top Posts” are posts that people already LOVE seeing from you. And these are posts that help you naturally grow your account. How good is that? ⠀⠀ Tip # 1: Can you create more posts like your Top Posts? ⠀⠀ Tip # 2: When you plan your feed in your @preview.app, sprinkle Top Posts here and there in your feed. For example, let’s say you posted quotes in the past and after checking your Top Posts, you saw that quotes did really well. Next time you plan your content, prepare some new quotes and upload them in your @preview.app. You don’t have to post quotes every single post for the rest of your life. But here is what you can do: you can post a quote every now and then (like every 4 posts). These quotes will naturally drive new eyes to your account. ⠀⠀ If your account is new, you don’t have many posts yet. It’s ok. Keep posting on Instagram (if you’re not sure what to post, check our previous post). At the end of next month, look at your Top Posts and see what posts do really well. ⠀⠀ Tip # 3: Check the slide 👍 ⠀⠀ Tip # 4: Keep it natural. Don’t get obsessed with Top Posts to the point where you are striving to only post Top Posts. Keep it natural, enjoy the process. Naturally create more posts like your Top Posts. ⠀⠀ That’s it for now! ⠀⠀ Leave a big 👍 thumb up in the comments if this is helpful! And don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. ⠀⠀ Also - I will be spending time today answering your questions and brainstorming post ideas with you on our previous post (“what to post about”). ⠀⠀ Talk soon! ⠀⠀ Alex ✌️
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