Instagram Rules: The Essential Guide to Building Brands, Business and Community

Jodie Cook

Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, White Lion Publishing

Published: 27th Oct '20


Written by a social media marketing expert, and with 125 bite-sized entries, this is a practical guide about using Instagram to build business, brands and online communities.

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SALES & MARKETING BOOK OF THE YEAR, THE BUSINESS BOOK AWARDS 2021 ‘Essential for anyone wanting to take Instagram seriously.’ – ALEX WOOD, FORBES **************** Boost your business, grow an online community or promote a side-hustle with Instagram Rules. Instagram is an essential tool for any business, and an estimated 60% of users discover new products via the platform. But how can you use it effectively? Social media expert Jodie Cook breaks it down into 125 bite-sized rules, making Instagram an easy and efficient method for expanding your venture. Jodie takes you through the most important aspects of running a professional account – strategy, content, community, growth – and drills into the key concepts so that you can apply expert digital marketing knowledge to your profile, no matter the size.Learn the dos and don’ts of post planning; developing a voice; identifying trends; driving a campaign; responding to engagement; and more. Create a personalised Instagram strategy, whatever your business is. Apply insight from interviews with successful users (from Ben & Jerry’s and Papier, to freelancers and community groups) and Jodie’s own experience working with international brands, celebrities and small businesses. Read as a quick-fire reference or as a step-by-step guide or for effective, focused strategy. Whether you’re a complete novice, short on time or want to improve your engagement – Instagram Rules makes social media marketing straightforward and hassle-free for any small business or serious Instagram user.

Additional information

Dimensions 150 × 200 mm
Page Count 256