"Instagram will soon remove like counts from social media posts, leaving users around the world wondering how to gauge the impact of their posts. Also, publications like Esquire, which regularly report on the issue, haven’t provider users with concrete recommendations on how to handle these changes.
Even though Instagram began as an image sharing platform (not a platform for career influencers), it is still too naive to believe this choice was made entirely for the benefit of its users, as Facebook has argued. Esquire has previously reported on a clear profit motive for the change.
Still, the change can be interpreted as an attempt to bring Instagram back to its original mission of being a safe, inclusive community for digital photo-sharing. So how do you make this change work for you? One way to benefit is to embrace this change.
By shifting your focus to sharing original content, you can better position your practice towards prospective patients who want more than facts but, rather, insights into the personality of the doctor who will be treating them.
By highlighting the personal factors that make your practice unique and value-additive — rather than on stock images and specials — you can create a personal connection with your audience and begin building a strong relationship early. This will not only help you convert new patients but keep them for the long haul.
Codziennie dziękuje Bogu za wszystko co daje mi życie,że jestem sobą,nie muszę zakładać maski jak inni...samotnie realizuję wyznaczone cele i spełniam powolnymi krokami marzenia...a to wymaga czasu,bez pomocy agencji PR,domów mody,nie idę drogą na skróty,słucham tylko własnej intuicji...prawdziwym luksusem jest bycie sobą i ja go mam🤴🤴🤴#menstyle#menstylefashion#stylemen#ottd#ootdfashion#tbt#tb#menstreetstyle