On March 18, 2017, Facebook announced that they were closing their $1 billion acquisition of Instagram, and that the company’s board would take over Instagram’s business operations.
The company announced that it would be taking a “hands-off” approach to its business, and would not be sharing revenue and profits with advertisers or other third parties.
In short, Instagram has left Instagram in a very awkward position.
Now Instagram has to make some tough decisions.
How can Instagram help its users navigate its increasingly confusing social media landscape?
How can it help its businesses become more transparent and transparent about the nature of its users?
In this episode of the Business of Social Media podcast, we’ll examine some of the most commonly asked questions about social media.
How can Instagram save Instagram?
This episode of Business of SuperMemos will examine how Instagram can use its social media tools to help users and brands navigate its confusing social space.
How Instagram can help its brands become more “viral” and “vibrant”?
In episode 14, we discussed how Instagram could help brands become less of a novelty and more of a regular feature of the online social media world.
What do we mean by “vibe”?
How can social media be used to help brands cultivate a buzz?
How do Instagram’s users perceive Instagram and what does it mean for brands?
We’ll look at how Instagram has helped brands get more “hot,” but how can Instagram’s new “trending” guidelines help Instagram better understand the nature and importance of the trending hashtag, #hashtags?
Finally, we will explore how Instagram is making it harder for its users to discover, like, and comment on Instagram.
Can Instagram help brands improve their brand image and increase the value of their content?
The Business of Facebook Podcast The first half of this episode will discuss how Instagram’s decision to close the deal with Instagram has impacted its social strategy, and how it will impact its businesses.
In this episode, we discuss how Facebook can help brands make better use of its social networks, as well as how Instagram and Facebook can collaborate to help them make better choices in the future.