What does it take to make your cat famous on Instagram? For my research about what makes certain cat accounts popular on Instagram, I made a list of the Instagram cat accounts with the highest following. I started to go through all large cat accounts on Instagram to see what exactly the best practices are to make your cat famous on Instagram.
In our series of articles on tips and tricks for better cat photography, I will discuss the most important features I believe that every cat lover with an iPhone must know the improve his or her cat photography.
Some of the 7 tips seem so obvious that people very often forget their importance and never use them. Don’t become one of them.
When you post cat pictures every day just like me, you know how important it is to have a good Instagram workflow. I have received plenty of questions lately about the pictures in my Instagram feed and more particular about my workflow before I post my cat photographs.
So I thought a little step-by-step explanation to show and explain my ultimate method would be great information to share with you. If it fits your needs, you can use the steps I take also to adapt your workflow to contribute to a more efficient and successful Instagram workflow.
With our modern smartphones, it has become quite easy to make clear and sharp cat pictures, but only if you do it the right way.
When I scroll through Instagram accounts and I look at all those cat photographs, I often see blurry images of cats and then I think by myself: it is really not that hard to do better.
If you want people to enjoy and like your cat photos, then your cat pictures really need to be clear and sharp. The clearer your photos are, the better we all can see those wonderful cat expressions.
One of the first things to do, when setting up your cat Instagram account, is setting up your profile and more in particular writing your Instagram Bio. Every new viewer that comes across your account is a potential new follower and will only spend one or two seconds to decide whether your account is interesting enough to follow. Most people quickly check your profile picture, read your Bio and then scan a couple of the latest posts before they decide to follow or not to follow you.