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Entrepreneur Achin Srivastava Shares 5 Tips On How To Help Your Entrepreneurial Friend On Instagram

At the same time as it is really fun, it is also really difficult to be an entrepreneur in America. There are many things that need to be in place with VAT and accounting, while at the same time being constantly outreach on sales and having a huge network. “Liquidity is a challenge for all entrepreneurs, and therefore it can be difficult to spend a lot of money on marketing when you also have to keep your personal finances connected” said Achin Srivastava.

Achin adds “My experience is that the marketing budget is the first thing that gets saved away. This is a problem because it has to help give the company customers and show a good face on the outside.” Relatives of entrepreneurs often stand powerless on the sidelines and watch as they knead from there with blood, sweat and tears. Is there anything the rest of us can do to help?

5 Tips On How To Help Your Entrepreneurial Friend On Instagram

Achin Srivastava Shares 5 tips on how to help your entrepreneurial friend on Instagram. Because there is actually a lot to help within everyday life, and it does not matter if you do not live nearby. You can easily be a great help, even from a distance. By following these 5 tips, you can at the same time show support, which in many cases will be a big loving pat on the back, which gives your entrepreneur-friend renewed energy.

1. “Like”

Like everything you can on your entrepreneur friend’s business page – preferably on an ongoing basis. The more likes the post gets, the more people are allowed to see the status update. For you, it is a relatively small act, but for your entrepreneurial friend, it can mean that the status update comes out much broader. A little tip is that when you see that your entrepreneur friend has shared a post from the company side, then you can really make a difference by both liking the sharing, but also by going to the company side and liking the original posting. Everything you like does not come into your wall, but you increase the likelihood that it will be seen by more people. 

2. Comment

The status updates that receive comments come even further as Instagram estimates that the status update is relevant. Therefore, it will be shown to many more. Instagram has an interest in making its users feel that they are getting relevant information about their network. So you can help influence by simply making a positive emoji. If you also have a few words to attach to, it’s even better.

3. Divisions

Private individuals’ news goes beyond business pages. Ie. If your entrepreneur friend has made a status update that you do not mind getting on your wall, then just share. If you write a few words along the way, you even give a recommendation, which in turn will increase the chances that your entrepreneur-friend gets one step closer to your network.

When you share a post, the company name is included in the post. This means that you introduce your network to the company, and you can help to give your entrepreneur friend more followers.

4. Tags

When you “tag” one of your contacts in a post made by your entrepreneur friend, your action will act as both a comment and an introduction by the two friends. Of course, you should only do this if you sincerely believe that the two people will be able to enjoy meeting each other. Then it is up to the two parties whether they want to do something about your introduction.

5. Reviews

On Instagram, you can also report your entrepreneur friend. You can specify stars and write a friendly and relevant comment in your recommendation. Your recommendation will be visible on your entrepreneur friend’s business page and be a great help going forward.

Achin Srivastava is entrepreneur from India. He is a Business Manager in Gratify Digital and also working with some SEO projects of clients like SkratchDJ, SKMI and Hiht Institute.

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