How to Write a Better Instagram Captions
- Keep The Important Information First.
- Tell A Story About Your Brand.
- Consider The Structure Of Your Captions.
- Ask Questions To Encourage Engagement.
- Use Emojis To Show Your Personality.
- Include Relevant Hashtags.
- Use @ Mentions To Increase Reach.
- Always Include A Call To Action.
Here’s a quick recap
- Use hashtags after the text, not in it.
- Put the link at the end of the caption or in the comments.
- Hook your audience with the first sentence. Start with the middle of the story.
- Talk to people rather than at them.
- Use conversational language.
Cute Selfie Captions
- “If you were looking for a sign, here it is.”
- “Remember that happiness is a way of travel – not a destination.”
- “Just because you’re awake doesn’t mean you should stop dreaming.”
- “Be yourself, there’s no one better.”
- “Stress less and enjoy the best.”
- “Look for the magic in every moment.”
Captions: Captions are the little “headlines” over the “cutlines” (the words describing the photograph). See example. Cutlines: Cutlines (at newspapers and some magazines) are the words (under the caption, if there is one) describing the photograph or illustration.
What do I put in my bio?
It’s generally a good idea to include:
- Your name.
- Your current role or professional tagline.
- Your company or personal brand.
- Your goals and aspirations.
- Your 2-3 most impressive and relevant achievements.
- One quirky fact about you (if it’s appropriate to the site)
- What to Include in a Bio at Work.
What is special about Instagram?
Instagram is a mobile photo-sharing app, but it is also a social network. It’s like Twitter with followers, only instead of real-time text updates, you provide photo updates. The app enables you to alter the photos you take with your phone by adding filtered layers that imitate the look of low-end film cameras.