Instagram Stories vs. Instagram Feed: What to Post Where

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Instagram Stories vs. Instagram Feed: What to Post Where

As we saw in this week’s Social Media Insight, Instagram use for both business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) marketers is on the increase.

According to the people at Animoto (who create an app to create professional videos) in 2019 more and more people go to Instagram first when hearing about a new company or brand, before they check out Google or even a company’s own website.

If you are using Instagram, how do you know whether you should use a story or whether to post your image to your feed instead?  As I say several times a week: there are no rules here! The smart people at Animoto have created an infographic to help you decide.

Find more info here.  Which do you prefer? Stories or regular posting to your feed?

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About me

Hello! I’m Esther and I work with small businesses to raise their game on social media; by helping you find clarity, by developing skills and the confidence you need to drive your business forward to success.

In 2006 I graduated (as a mature student) from Worcester University with a degree in IT for Education & Training. In autumn 2017 I commenced lecturing in Social Media in the Business School at the University and now have a postgraduate certificate in teaching and learning for higher education.

I’m an expert at demystifying social media and will work with you to develop a plan which raises your profile and wins you business.


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