Instagram Tips – Create a Call for Action

This is going to be the first in a series of Articles giving you Instagram Tips.

As you know with Instagram people look at the pictures and scroll through them quickly.

What does this mean?

With the 5 second attention span all that good work in writing the copy on your post could be lost.

Instagram Tips – Create a Call for Action

Did you know you can use the location field within Instagram to place a call for Action?

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How to Create a Call for Action

The beauty of using the location field in the Instagram App is it sits above your photo so as people scroll through their Instagram feed they will see you call for action.

In this short video I show you how to use the Location field in Instagram for a Call for Action.

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Over to You

DInstagram Tips - Call For ACtiono you use Instagram for your business?

If you do what techniques are you using?

How are they working?

Do you have any great comments.

Leave me a comment and let me know.

I hope you found this Tip useful and if you did please share on your social media channels.


PS Apologies for the barking Dog on the video, he was being a bit of a manic this morning


6 Replies to “Instagram Tips – Create a Call for Action”

  1. Hi Andy,

    I do use instagram a little… I’m still kind of new to it, but this is helpful. I’ve only posted
    a few little things. Thanks for the quick and easy videos.

  2. Hi Andy,
    Great tips on Instagram, call to action is one of the most important
    steps in your marketing and you always have to have call to action it makes
    it easy for your visitors.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Hi Andy, using the location field for calls for action is an excellent idea. I normally prefer to read rather than watch as many videos contain too much padding and take too long so I like your short, to the point, videos too.

    1. and 15 seconds is short and to the point 🙂 When you look at how people scroll through Instagram you have to be really on point to get any text based message across.

      Thanks Andy

  4. Hi Andy,

    Thanks for the great idea. I’m still learning Instagram little by little. I couldn’t quite hear your video but I believe it’s my computer dying a slow death.

    So, I went to your Instagram page/section or whatever you call it and then I could see what you meant. I do try to engage with people and share content some at night before bed but I need to learn a lot more about Instagram.

    Thanks for this great tip.

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