Instagram is opening its doors to personal internet profiles, which could make it a more powerful social media marketing tool.
Online brands cannot afford to ignore Instagram, especially since more than 50% of leading brands are already using it to share photos.
On Tuesday, the photo-sharing site announced its new internet profile pages. Its new browser will allow users to find new profiles to follow. However, the site didn’t discuss if there would be differences between brand and personal pages.
Recent reports claim the Instagram is receiving more mobile engagement than Twitter, and has also inspired Facebook to add new photo filters to give users more options and activities.
Instagram has positioned itself in a great position to share visual content, which is one of the fastest growing content platforms on the World Wide Web.