If there’s one part about blogging that has been the hardest for me and so many others out there, it’s definitely been growing my Instagram with Instagram’s constant algorithm changes and how hard it is nowadays to get found by more people on the app and really grow your brand. After 4 years now of blogging and being on Instagram, I have found the most success this year from the strategies I implemented into my own Instagram strategy that I’ll be sharing with you all today. Let’s get started!
I feel like it’s pretty stereotypical for bloggers to constantly be “on” when it comes to Instagram, and other social media platforms and sharing constantly throughout the day through in-feed posts, stories, and more. And while there is absolutely nothing wrong with this, I feel like no one ever really talks about how someone who is more private can manage sharing content every day while also maintaining a semi-private life, especially as a blogger in 2020.
I’ve been blogging for almost 4 years now and have come to learn different ways of sharing content each day over my years of experience and how you can still balance sharing on social media while also maintaining a private life. While I still may be figuring it out as I go, today I’m sharing my best advice on what has worked for me.
If your first thought when reading today’s blog post title had something to do with being a first world problem, I completely agree with you. But first, let me provide some background.
Do you ever scroll through Instagram or Pinterest and see all of these super cute posed snow day photos and get inspired and in the mood for a winter wonderland? Because I know I do! Now that a lot of my blogging work requires time on Instagram, I wanted to take some cute snow day photos myself and go on little snow day adventures around my state for the perfect snowy photos! It made for super fun date days for my boyfriend and I as well which was a total bonus. Because snow day photos for the gram and Pinterest are so popular, I wanted to share some of my favorite locations to go to in Washington in the winter time to capture the perfect snow day photos!