We are obsessed with Instagram.
As users and consumers, as a digital marketing agency, and as an educator to local business owners through our blog and online programs, Instagram is the number one place we love to hang out.
But our time on the Gram has shown us that there are still outdated strategies floating around that really should be left behind. It’s the follow/unfollow strategy, bots for biz, or DM sales strategies with people saying “want to grow to 100k followers and $500/month!?.” These aren’t building an authentic community. And they aren’t leading to sustainable growth.
Emily goes solo in this episode of Local to Legend to talk all about Instagram for local business owners.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just getting started in your local business, if you’ve been using Instagram since the beginning, or if you’re outsourcing the work to a teammate or freelancer or agency… what Emily is going to teach you in this episode will dramatically shift how you can use the platform.
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My name is Emily Steele and I teach local business owners how to be the legends they are and build an irresistible and profitable local brand.