Screenshot notifications for Instagram Stories

Oh no… I take screenshots daily on Instagram stories.  I take them of workouts I like, I take them of food that looks amazing and, I take them copious amounts of times a day from the #eventstyling feed for inspiration and Instagram is currently testing a feature that will allow you to see whom has screenshot your story!

Thankfully this is only in test mode and I really hope Instagram doesn’t roll this out as a permant feature… If they do, the notification will only show up in your viewer feed but I still think it will put people off snapping away! What do you think #eventprofs? You can read more about it in todays TechCrunch here.

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Instagram for #eventprofs

I use Instagram religiously in both my personal and professional spheres and think that for a small business in any industry that offers a visual element then Instagram is a must.instagram

As an event manager I use Instagram to capture images of my events live, using those images and pushing them out to the various social media mediums Instagram offers. I also use it as a kind of image database that I can refer back to if I am looking for inspiration or to look back through if I need to remember how I themed a particular event.

Using Instagram offers the ultimate in user engagement, real-time.  By adding  a unique hashtag to your shared image, you can create real-time conversations. By doing a bit of research before your event, you can see what the current trends are in hashtags and find one that suits your event, by doing so, attracting even more viewers to your account whom are simply following that hashtag.

Here is a really informative blog on the Eventbrite site with some great tips on using Instagram for your events!

 

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