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Fotolia 46453521 XS 300x154 6 Tips On Using Instagram For Your Online BusinessInstagram is a mobile image-sharing site that lets you take photos and spread them to social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, etc.  There are many people using Instagram daily for taking and sharing photographs on the go.  Your online business can utilize this traffic to see positive results, but how do you get started?  Let’s look at some tips to help you succeed on Instagram.

1.  Give Exclusive Content

Use photos that you haven’t used before when you’re posting on Instagram.  This will ensure that you’re providing viewers with fresh new content to ensure they keep following you.  New pictures will give them reason to keep checking back since they know your Instagram pictures are exclusive and won’t just end up on Facebook or Twitter later.

2.  Ask Questions

A great way to get your followers active on your pages is by asking questions.  People like to share their opinions...

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