A couple of months ago, I posted an article about setting up and using Instagram for your small business. Since then, I've had numerous discussions with people who are painting to sell and they're using their own personal Facebook profile rather than setting up a business page.
There are many reasons to have a separate page for your business, but let's start out by talking about the three most basic reasons...
There are no two ways about it - you’re in the business of selling furniture, so you need to know how to take a decent photo.
What’s the point of putting all that time and effort into creating a spectacular finish just to have it look like it was photographed in a cave?
There is so much in-depth information that can be written about each element of this topic (and we’re working on it!) but this post is about learning the basics. Great photos don‘t happen by accident, great photos are made through careful planning.
Last week's blog post was all about why your Furniture Painting business needs an Instagram presence.
We suggested that as part of your homework for the week, you set up an account.
This week you're probably thinking...Now what?
A few weeks ago I read a fantastic article on this topic, by far the most comprehensive and current article about using Instagram for small business that I think I've ever read.
So, this week we are sharing the section about strategy, tips and tricks. So, if you're ready, let's dive in...
500 million users.
That’s how many users Instagram has around the globe and it has become the go-to platform for visual storytellers.
Why is this important to you as a furniture painter?
Because, my friend, selling furniture is a visual business.
Interested in learning more?
Well, here we go...