Stories on Instagram - why record them?

Insta Stories is a wonderful tool for contacting your Watchers, but not everyone can use it. Stories neglect a lot of Influencers and brands, thinking that publishing photos on Instagram is enough to succeed. The most interesting thing is that more and more Influencers and Specialists who run brand profiles point out that Stories often have better ranges, not photos on the main profile. Isn't that the best argument to start recording Stories on Instagram?

Instagram stories

Stories (short for Insta Stories) can be recorded on Instagram by going to IG and clicking the camera icon in the upper left corner. There are different variants of Insa Stories - text on the background (I don't like this option), no special effects (photo), boomerang (moving photo like Harry Potter), super-zoom (I rarely use this option) and hands-free (preferably through chosen one, which allows recording a video with sound).

Make yourself known on Insta Stories

Adding photos to Instagram is just one of the elements of creating an image on social media. I often hear from my clients that they add photos and their profile does not grow or from Influencers (I advise Influencers what to improve / change on their profiles), "listen, I add photos and I have hatred". By operating on social media, running a blog or doing something that others can rate, you need to be prepared for hate. He will appear sooner or later (to a greater or lesser extent). People love to criticize others. Today, when people feel anonymous on the Internet (this is completely not reflected in reality, because no one is anonymous on the Internet), they also feel unpunished. It is very often the case that the more you grow, the more criticism falls on you. Do you think that there were no adverse comments from us? If so, you are wrong. However, this is a topic for another occasion.

At first I was afraid to record Stories. I love to speak, but I didn't think that what I am saying could interest anyone. I started recording Stories showing what I want to show and saying in the background. I practiced this type of Stories for a long time. It was surprising to me that when I started talking, followers began to appear on our profile (who are with us today, which is wonderful!). I got a lot of news from people that they had a wrong opinion about me because I am a very nice person, and after the pictures you can't see it (probably because I rarely smile at the pictures). It was a turning point for me when I felt the desire to talk to Stories, to people. I recorded the first talk coverage for the camera 17 times, until I finally released them into the world. It also attracted new Watchers and strengthened my image as a person who I am among the current followers. I just made myself known.

What and how much should the brand publish on Stories?

Very often, people who start promoting their business on social media have a problem with the publication of Stories. Many brands don't publish Insta Stories at all, which I think is a huge mistake. There are many ways to use IG accounts to create an image and increase brand popularity. First of all - it is worth publishing the business from the inside, i.e. showing the creation process. If you run the fashion brand - show on Stories the fabrics from which you will sew clothes. If you produce high-quality shoes (we are not talking about Chinese shoes that come to Poland in containers), show the process of their creation. Restaurants can show their crew or fragments of restaurant life or cooking dishes.

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There is no definite answer to the question "how much to publish reports on IG". The absolute minimum of daily publications is 3 Insta Stories. However, do not follow the principle "the more, the better". It is worth to be careful here and publish less but better quality (well-thought-out) materials.

What and how much Influencer should publish on Stories?

If you're an influencer, share your everyday life on Stories. It is known that you don't always go to great events (unless you are an influencer, "I'll go where and get what I want"), but your everyday life can also be interesting. You decide what you want to show (it's best to think about it this way - what you like / want to watch on Insta Stories). I will immediately point out that I am not a supporter of publications from every second of the day. Let's keep moderation and leave some secret (not everyone needs to know what toilet paper you use..If you know what I mean).

In the case of influencers, it is also worth applying the principle of a minimum of 3 publications a day, but if you really have no idea what to publish, don't do anything by force. There are days when I share with my Watchers a song that caught my ear or the inspiration I found. And there are days when I want to talk about a topic and record spoken stories. A great example of building relationships on Insta Stories with Observers is Jessica Mercedes, which in my opinion wins when it comes to Stories in Poland. Jess's recordings are always her style, often with a lot of humor and slack.

building an Instagram account

Icons for featured Instagram coverage are a very nice idea. We can divide them into different categories, so that we can easily show recipients what they can find in a given relationship. I have instructions for you how to add featured icons on Instagramand also 3 color versions of icons designed by Piotr.

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I am very curious if you use Insta Stories and what do you usually upload there? Share your experience in the comments (you don't have to set up an account anywhere to add your opinion 😉).

Jil Sander - review of the Pre-Fall 2020 collection

Jil Sander has been watching with great interest for some time. I am not sure yet whether these projects in 100% appeal to me, but the Pre-Fall 2020 collection made a huge impression on me. I have prepared for you a review of this collection, from which I selected the most interesting projects.

Jil Sander's designs are full of simplicity and class. These are classics in which it will always look good. The Pre-Fall 2020 collection reproduces Viennese patterns that have been used in projects in original proportions and colors. It makes them really special. Anyway, see for yourself and see for yourself that this collection, despite its great simplicity, is truly magical. I think you should also watch Jil Sander because these projects have something special. Other Jil Sander designs from the Pre-Fall 2020 collection can be found at Vogue.com. And to move for a moment to a little warmer places, see the collection Self-Portrait Resort 2020. Photos for this collection are really great!

elegant winter stylization
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simple white dress
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black women's wool coat
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dress with patterns for the winter
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yellow women's bright coat
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winter coat what
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elegant black dress
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how to be elegant in the winter
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winter red women's coat
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elegant black prom dress
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Many women are afraid to wear hats because they think they look bad in them. I thought so too for a long time, and finally discovered what it was. You need to choose the right hat cut for both your style and figure. Too big a hat for a short person will make it look comical (and not mysterious, as she initially wanted). It is true that I wear hats only in the summer (in winter I usually reach for a beret with pearls, and in extremely low temperatures for Emu ear muffs), but I say firmly YES for hats.

trench coat in the spring of 2020
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pearls black blazer
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light silk dress
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what to wear for Christmas Eve
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cream 2020 spring dress
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black dress elegant cut
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I am delighted with this pattern. I love the combination of black and white. With this original pattern, it creates a really interesting composition.

Jil Sander dress with patterns
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elegant women's stylization
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Jil Sander black set
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