Without a doubt, each time I do speaking engagements for social media or specifically Instagram marketing, I get the inevitable question: Is there a tool that can help me preschedule posts?
With the onset of Hootsuite—one of our favorite social media management tools used by more than 10 million users around the world, people have gotten used to being able to slate tweets, Facebook or LinkedIn posts ahead of time.
Automation at its finest (until it’s NOT … check out our friend Scott Stratten’s famed anti-automation rant: Mannequin Networking – Why Twitter Automation Is Bad), savvy social media users know how to use the best of Hootsuite—and its automated publishing functionality—without being spammy or offensive. But it is a fine balance, one, not easily achieved.
The idea behind prescheduling Instagram posts is a good one. For busy social media content curators and posters—especially if you’re doing this on behalf of a business or non-profit organization—having some sort of schedule or idea of what you’ll be posting, ahead of time, is helpful. Especially if you’re into the idea of vacations or time freedom, like we are.
We’re about to share with you, one of the easiest ways to schedule and manage your Instagram photos—with a handy little app called Latergramme.
Developed during a hackathon in early 2014, Latergramme is one of Chelsey’s absolute favorite (timesaving) tools she uses in her management of nearly 5 million fans across the socialmediasphere.
“To date, they have scheduled half a million Instagram photos, have half of the teams in the NFL using Latergramme, and have over 10,000 monthly active users,” writes Vancouver tech journalist Tera Kristen.
In this short, two-minute tutorial, you will learn how to make the most of your Instagram marketing efforts by planning your content ahead of time. Learn the ins and outs of Latergramme—how to upload images from your computer, iPhone or Android, and how to easily plan and schedule your Instagram posts—in this quick, easy to digest lesson. Join over 250,000 of the world’s top Brands, Agencies and Influencers, and save yourself a ton of time and hassle in the process.
Rochelle Veturis Coles is Chief Executive Officer, Public Relations & New Media Strategist at Sister Act Media. Her consultancy works with mission-focused brands to amplify their impact in the “socialmediasphere.” Last year alone, she worked with more than 200 newsprint, television, and online media outlets. Named a “Twitter Powerhouse” by the Huffington Post, Rochelle has been featured on MSNBC’s Your Business, KTLA5, OC Family, OC Metro Business, Orange County Business Journal, and Orange County Register, to name a few.