Did you know that it is possible to gain more than 1,000 followers on your Instagram account by simply linking your other social media accounts? It is really easy to do, and it is one of the easiest ways to gain more than 1,000 followers on Instagram. Well, you can get more than that, and you can get less. It depends on how many followers you have on your other social media accounts. When you do this, it alerts your friends, family and other people on your lists for them to add you up. Here’s what you need to do:
LINK YOUR FACEBOOK AND OTHER ACCOUNTS
Of you are using an iPhone, go to your Instagram profile and tap on the options icon under the follower count. If you are doing this on Android, tap on the three dots at the top right corner of your profile page. Scroll down until you see Linked Accounts under Settings and tap on it. That is where you will be presented with options for the accounts to log in to. If you tap on Facebook, for instance, it will prompt you to log in through the Facebook app. enter your Facebook login details and authorize Instagram. You can do the same with Twitter and any other social media platforms you have accounts for.
CONNECT YOUR CONTACTS
After linking your social media accounts to your Instagram, connect your contacts. Under Linked Accounts, you will see the option labeled Contacts. Tap on it, then turn on Connect Contacts.
When you have successfully linked all your social media platforms to your Instagram account, you can start following as many people as possible. Go back to Options on Instagram, then scroll down to the option titled Follow People. Tap on Facebook Friends below it, then tap on Follow All. Now, sometimes it could be that you cannot actually follow everyone you are connected with at once.in this case, simply repeat the above instructions until your followers add up. Repeat this trick every time you post something new on Instagram. Not only will you increase your follower count, but you will also get more likes on your recent posts.
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