App this an app that. I’m one of those guys that used to be terribly confused being surrounded with too much clutter. But since I’ve boomed from my efforts as a self-starting entrepreneur, I’ve gone on to enjoy a lot more efficiency. Everything is so liminal, clinical and streamlined, streamlined to my convenient liking. Speaking of which, I cannot tell you how many followers out there like what I say on a regular basis.
And by regular, I mean every day, sometimes even four times a day, depending on the urgency and potential of the product and service I’m launching from my Instagram account. Because I’ve been hard at it for the last couple of years, I’ve gained enough experience and skills to put together comprehensive but shortly worded texts that resonate with my Instagram visuals. And the fact that the software tools that this social media giant has provided me with are just so great, my polishing work is just so much easier.
Speaking of making things easier for myself, I’ve also got an Instagram followers app. That, of course, means that I don’t need to duck in and dive out every other hour to check up compulsively on my current followers and likes status. That’s quite counterproductive if you don’t mind me saying so. I must just point out also that my mobile device is never cluttered by a whole bunch of apps that don’t serve much purpose to me other than to just get in the way of my business and confuse me still further.
It’s like having your cat on your desk while you’re trying to type just one message and Photoshop at the same time. So, get rid of the junk, folks. But if you really must, do what I do. I don’t need a second phone for this either. That’s also inconvenient. The phones are just so sophisticated these days that it allows you to do this. I have one important app that I can tap into. It’s just for personal and private stuff.
Like ordering in and hailing my favourite yellow cab. Or streaming my favourite movies and TV shows. There’s another important thing. This time it’s on my Instagram platform. When I’m ready, usually this is more often than not, I can check on the status of my recent messages. My work here is cut in half. The system sends my messages out within a matter of minutes. I’ve programmed it to do this.
I’ve also timed it well to send out regular announcements on new service offerings and the cut prices I’m prepared to gift my followers with. I know that this is working because I get to see that my followers are ‘liking’ it. But how genuine and accurate is this? Good question. Fair enough. Yes, well, I’ve been able to sift the wheat from the chaff. By now I know what followers I bought and who my real followers are.