See how easy it is to upload photos and videos to your Instagram account.
- [Instructor] In this video we're going…to take a look at the process of uploading…photos and videos to our Instagram account.…From the Instagram homepage there are essentially…two ways that you can upload a new post.…You can either tap on the camera icon in the top left,…or at the plus icon towards the bottom of your screen.…Generally speaking, you're going to use the camera icon…when you want to capture a photo or video right…in the moment, so you tap on camera and then…you take your picture, then you shoot your video.…If you've already taken your photo or video,…the easiest way is probably to tap on the plus icon…at the bottom, and that's what we're gonna do.…
So, we tap on plus, now you'll notice…that we have some different photos…that show up that are on our device.…On iOS right now, by default we're looking at…the Camera Roll, as you can see at the top of our screen.…If we had other albums on our device we could tap…on Camera Roll and we could access the other albums,…and then notice at the bottom of our screen…
- Creating an Instagram business account
- Brainstorming content ideas
- Developing a posting schedule
- Optimizing your Instagram profile
- Uploading photos and videos
- Interacting with the community
- Using Instagram Stories
- Adding hashtags and locations
- Measuring your success with Instagram Insights
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started Marketing on Instagram
2. Develop a Marketing Strategy for Instagram
3. Implement Your Instagram Marketing Campaign
4. Marketing with Instagram Stories
5. Fine-Tune Your Instagram Content
6. Additional Considerations
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