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Category Archives: Instagram

Our Instagram inspired blog posts.

Putting the Content Calendar to Work

Written on October 30, 2015 at 6:28 am, by

We like to put the Rallyverse Platform to work here.  And we really put the content calendar through its paces with scheduling a record high 141 posts.     That is double our last effort.     We think 73 is our all-time high score for filling our content calendar #rallyverse #contentmarketing #smm A photo […]

Instagram releases 3 new filters and yes, they still sound like band names

Written on April 28, 2015 at 12:27 pm, by

Big news from Instagram yesterday: three new photo filters and the ability to use emoji in hashtags (well, at least some emoji; sorry eggplant!).  As expected, the new filters have appropriately fanciful names, and reminded us of our quiz from this past winter, Instagram Filter or Indie Band Name. So we couldn’t help but take […]

This New Year’s, lose a few (followers)

Written on December 29, 2014 at 10:37 am, by

Last week, the phrase Instagram filter took on a whole new meaning when the social media giant removed millions of spam accounts, bots and other trash clogging up its all-powerful network. Justin Bieber took a monster hit. You may have felt the reverberations as well. But, before you despair about your reduced following, consider cutting […]

Quiz: New Instagram Filter or Indie Band Name?

Written on December 17, 2014 at 10:30 am, by

In case you missed it, Instagram released five new filters yesterday, their first new filters in two years. Predictably, the names of the filters bordered on self-parody. How so? Let’s play New Instagram Filter or Indie Band Name and find out! 1. Crema Like the fresh finish to your espresso, Crema evokes precision, craftsmanship, flavor and […]

In the future, we will all communicate exclusively via crudely drawn pictograms

Written on October 22, 2014 at 10:53 am, by

I have written in the past about the significance of images in today’s over-saturated media landscape. However, we content marketers must also ask ourselves—to what degree will the simplification and “picturization” (a real term?) of both content and human interaction continue? Let’s think about this. When was that last time someone under thirty left a voicemail?  You […]