Great ways for brands to significantly boost their follower counts on Instagram

Authored by andrew
Posted: Wed, 10/07/2020 - 7:23am

Instagram is one of the biggest phenomena in social media. Since its launch barely a decade ago, it has set a scorching pace of growth as an increasing number of users fell in love with its visual nature and its rich set of features making it ideal for the smartphone generation. Currently, with over one billion monthly active users, it ranks only after its parent Facebook, and sibling, YouTube. This has made it a very attractive destination for marketers of all hues trying to boost their brand awareness and engagement with their target audiences. The biggest challenge for businesses...

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Hackers take credit for "taking down" Instagram website

Hackers have claimed responsibility for taking down the website of popular photo sharing app Instagram.

The website,, was down for a number of hours yesterday. The company have not released a statement but members of the internet hactivist group Anonymous claimed responsibility.

Hackers claimed that the site was down in 35 countries and Twitter user @AnonymousOwn3r claimed responsibility. (NewsPoint)

Instagram begins reassuring users over new terms

Authored by JAMIII
Posted: Wed, 12/19/2012 - 8:11am

(NewsPoint) – Instagram has released a statement saying they're listening to users after it was revealed that the company planned to sell user photos after revising its terms of service.

BuyBetterSocial made that comment that Instagram made a smart move by not sellings users photos.

In the statement Kevin Systrom co-founder said:

"Yesterday we introduced a new version of our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service that will take effect in thirty days. These two documents help communicate as clearly as possible our relationship with the users of Instagram so you...