In our Instagram study for 2015 we analyzed the development of the interaction rate and found a downwards trend by almost 40%. Due to the fact that this rate takes more values into consideration (to make profiles comparable, irrespectively of size) the decreasing rate has more than one factor. To get a better understanding of how that affects total interactions, we used this Instagram study to also analyze purely likes and comments.
Now that Instagram is more mature, the network plays an essential role for an increasing number of businesses in content marketing. As reported in our Instagram Study 2015, interactions dropped throughout the past year, whereas own posts increased moderately and the frequency of video posts almost doubled. These facts, crowded Instagram timelines and competition force brands to set and measure the right Instagram KPIs to use the network to its fullest.
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Average Interaction on Instagram is up to 10 times higher than on Facebook
The following Instagram study provides insights on the most important stats during the first quarter of 2015. To get part of the photo-stream of an individual is not an easy task for companies. With 300M monthly active users and 2.5B likes per day the photo-sharing platform literally exploded since it was founded. People seem to like square-shaped pictures and the intuitive double tap like function and consequently
The interest in Instagram is certainly growing. We read in an article a while ago that the New York Times is going “All-In” on Instagram. After that we got curious about how and why one of the biggest players in the newspaper market is doing that. In the article Alexandra MacCallum, assistant managing editor for audience development at the Times, announced that the newspaper now employed staff that is responsible for cutting 15-second videos.
Instagram is a good method of mobile marketing and is a useful approach to increase customer