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Which To Post More: Story or Page?

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message 1: by Justin (new)

Justin (justinbienvenue) One thing I've noticed and wondered on Instagram are the story feed and the posts feed. Which is the better one to use? I feel like story is where it's at and where people make an impact but it never works as well for me as it does for others.

Then regular posts on your page I thought was the whole idea but I see people with 1000s of followers and no posts. Am I missing something? And which should you post to more?


message 2: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Lowry (vlowry) | 15 comments Mod
Hi Justin,

I think either one could work, and doing both could work as well. The key is consistency. If you post weekly (even daily), you will build an audience no matter what you use.

Let me give an example,

My Instagram for authors wishing to share their book covers is @newbookcovers. For a while, I was posting 3 or 4 times per week and quickly growing an audience (this was a page post).

I then started slacking and focusing on other platforms. The growth stopped as a result.

So if you do a story, keep posting stories. Same is true with page posts.

-Vince


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