Instagram insights for NDIS Providers using social media

Instagram insights for NDIS Providers using social media

Instagram insights for NDIS Providers using social media 

When you’re just starting to use social media it can be overwhelming, some of our clients say they didn’t even know where to start. The first thing we tell our NDIS provider clients is to always start with the insights. 

How can using instagram insights help your NDIS business? You can use Instagram insights to learn more about your account’s followers and performance. You can also view insights on your audience's engagement with specific posts, stories, IGTV videos, reels and live videos. If applicable, insights and metrics about your account include paid activity as well. 

When you’re planning your monthly instagram content for your NDIS business instagram page, are you utilizing the social media insight and analytics tool? 

This built in tool is SO valuable, and we’re always so surprised that a lot of client’s haven’t even used it as a resource in their social media marketing strategy. 

PRO TIP: When you’re planning your content for the month, use this tool to look back at the past 30 days to see what content got engaged with the most and what content didn’t perform as well. 

Engagement includes likes, comments, saves and shares. Engagement is how Instagram pushes your NDIS businesses' content out to a wider audience and is one of the most important metrics of the algorithm. 

Want to check your own insights? Follow these steps 

  1. From your profile click the three bar menu at the top 
  2. Click insights 
  3. Under content, click see all posts 
  4. Filter at the top to the past 30 days 
  5. Click on the post 
  6. Click view insights 
  7. Voila that’s it, don’t forget to repeat it often!


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