Posts Tagged: instagram

5 Secret Tips That Take Your Insta Stories To The Next Level


Recently, The Orchard Interactive Marketing crew had the opportunity to hang out with Facebook and discuss Instagram Stories. With Stories being the fastest growing product in Facebook history (starting with 10M users in October 2016 to 300M by 2017), it’s imperative to keep up with the conversation and to take advantage of everything Stories has to offer. Users are engaging… Read more »

Highlight Your Brand on Instagram


Announced in December, Highlights is already becoming an important and useful tool on Instagram. The feature works exactly as it sounds, it is a way to highlight some of your favorite Instagram Stories, placing them at the top of your profile even after they’ve timed out. To create a Highlight simply hit the “New” button on your profile…. Read more »

You Should Be Using Instagram Polls – Here’s Why


Polls are having a huge moment in the social media spotlight. Instagram even launched Story polls this past October in reaction to a sudden wave of interest. You see, over the summer, teen poll / compliment app TBH and Snapchat poll app Polly became the app store’s runaway successes unbeknownst to adults. The platforms empowered high… Read more »

Are You Using Instagram Stories To Its Full Potential?


With Instagram’s introduction of Polling for Instagram Stories, you might be asking yourself if you’re using the feature to its full potential. You’re not alone. It seems every week there is a new update to the popular social media app. You could be surprised as Stories in particular, has become more and more useful as a marketing… Read more »

College Student Listening Habits 101


Not only does September typically bring cooler weather, it also signals back-to-school season. Working with college students on a daily basis, I thought this would be a perfect time to dive deeper into their listening habits so we can learn how to better target college students in our promotions. Our College Marketing Representatives were asked… Read more »