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Special offers should be promoted.

The internet audience loves a good offer (and Instagram users love to shop: 44% of Instagrammers say they use the app to purchase weekly). Use Instagram to highlight all of your company’s outstanding qualities, especially while you’re offering a deal. Posting a discount, promo code, or special offer on Instagram not only advertises a deal to your followers but also makes the information easily shareable. Many of the comments on this holiday sale ad from clothing brand @smashtess are simply people tagging their friends. It’s a fantastic approach to promote the offer while also having it shared naturally.

Set up countdowns to new product launches.

You may use Instagram to give your followers a sneak preview of new releases, launches, or product lines—and you can provide potential customers with a simple method to flag when those new things will be available for purchase by using the “Countdown” or “Reminder” options. This generates some buzz around your deal, and when it is released, users receive a message reminding them to check out the products (and, hopefully, check out the goods).

Create an Instagram Shop

Instagram Shops are a straightforward way to profit from the app. Users can purchase things using the platform’s inbuilt e-commerce facilities, and setting up a shop is simple. Instagram businesses are the best friend of the impulse customer (or worst nightmare, depending on how you look at it). Along with regular updates, your shoppable products or services will appear in the news feeds of your followers.

Hosting an Instagram shop is also a wonderful approach to provide speedy customer support to those who utilize social media (which is pretty much everyone—75% of the world population over the age of Customers can learn more about your brand by DMing you or commenting on your postings. When you post something with a buyable item, the small shop icon appears on the post, letting visitors know that it’s for sale.

Hootsuite allows you to schedule shoppable Instagram posts.

Hootsuite allows you to generate and plan or auto-publish shoppable Instagram photographs, videos, and carousel posts with your other social media material.

Follow these steps to tag a product in an Instagram post on Hootsuite:

  1. Navigate to the Composer section of your Hootsuite dashboard.
  2. Select an Instagram Business profile under Publish.
  3. Add your material (up to ten photographs or videos) and write your caption.
  4. Select Tag products from the preview on the right. The tagging procedure for films and photos differs slightly:

Images: Choose a location in the image, then search for and select an item from your product catalog. Repeat this process for up to 5 tags in the same image.

When you’re through tagging, click Done.

Videos: Immediately, a catalog search appears. Look for and choose all of the products you wish to include in the video.

Choose whether to post now or later. If you choose to schedule your post, you will be shown recommendations for the optimal times to publish your material for maximum interaction.

That’s all there is to it! Your shoppable post will appear in the Hootsuite Planner alongside the rest of your planned content.

You can also use Hootsuite to promote your existing shoppable posts and help more people discover your productCreate a chatbot

Setting up an Instagram chatbot is a simple method to give outstanding customer service and make sales through direct messaging. A chatbot may answer frequently asked questions from your followers and is connected directly to your Instagram account and website. If the conversational AI chatbot cannot answer the query, it will automatically forward it to a live member of your team. And how might a chatbot assist you in earning money on Instagram? Simple! An Instagram chatbot can recommend products in your shop to customers immediately within the chat, resulting in faster and more streamlined sales.

If a consumer asks what color foundation you have in stock, the chatbot can provide three alternatives that the user can immediately add to their cart without ever leaving the platform.

If a consumer asks what color foundation you have in stock, the chatbot can provide three alternatives that the user can immediately add to their cart without ever leaving the platform.

Collaboration with creators

Influencer marketing allows you to showcase your company to the creator’s audience (while simultaneously giving the creator a spotlight for your audience—it’s a win-win situation). When looking for people to cooperate with, pay attention to their content and values: you want to choose someone whose goals fit with yours, so the collaboration makes sense to customers and doesn’t appear to be some bizarre marketing ploy. Try to collaborate with creators who are already inclined to try and/or appreciate your products—for example, dancer @maddieziegler has a long relationship with athletic brand @fabletics. You can offer the creator money, items, or an affiliate deal.