I have become a huge fan of this metaphor. And I look forward to more opportunities to exploit it even further here or elsewhere in accordance with my clients’ latest fancies. And I am happy to say that such opportunities, while they are not coming through thick and fast, are at least coming my way. The topics all seem to be interrelated somehow. And it is the new buzzword in entrepreneurial circles. Whether folks have a passion for going green like I have or whether they are choosing to take advantage of this green paradigm, doesn’t really matter to me.
Because here I am. I have my moment to shine. It makes my work a little easier. It is always easier to write about things you believe in or have a passion for. And I for one have both a belief and passion for greening the environment. One of the keys to realizing this objective is to go organic. And you can do this in your Instagram work too. You’ll get the green light of inspiration or encouragement the moment you buy Instagram followers and likes for the first time. Because there is this perception, you see.
Funny thought this. The perception most often spoken about is that from your audience. The moment they see all these likes and followers recorded under your platform, they tend to get the impression that you are really quite popular. Or if not that, you are quite successful at what you do. And this seems to give encouragement to those folks who turn out to become what we like to talk about as your organic followers. No, the perception I’ve been thinking about it is the one that you get to experience.
I speak from personal experience in this matter. Sometimes I feel like quite an idiot but you would be so amazed. You would be amazed that no matter how conscious you are of having actually bought your followers and likes, you are still quite thrilled at the count. I used to experience this a lot long before I got in the habit of buying likes and followers, and this was even before my Instagram time. Yes, I’ve been something of a late bloomer where Instagram is concerned. While every other smart millennial was signing up for Instagram I was still what I like to call a Facebook blooper.
In my sheer desperation to make those numbers look great, I used to send out friend requests like I was Santa Claus and every single child on this earth was as good as the letters they wrote said they were. What nonsense, I have to say. Nevertheless, the practice does have its merits. It’s like you’re thinking business-like. When you’re in the doldrums, you top it up. And when things are going swimmingly well for you, you can scrap the practice for a while. It’s like they say; it’s nothing personal, it’s just business.
Okay, so I must go. My plants are crying out for water.