Leaving comments under the posts of potential followers is an excellent way to increase the interest rate for your account, and therefore the engagement rate, the frequency of visits to your profile, and the number of followers. However, an incorrect approach to comments can cause a lot of problems: from a temporary blocking of commenting activity to a complete ban on your account. Remember the following recommendations to avoid problems and improve the quality of engagement with your content on Instagram.
Don’t Leave Emoji-Only Comments
Some of these comments won’t have lasting consequences, but many comments like this containing only emojis can easily be considered spam or generated by a bot – both by their recipients and by Instagram’s spam detection algorithm.
Do Not Leave Single-Word Comments Of The Same Type
Generic comments like “Great”, “Beautiful”, and “Nice photo!”, can be left by anyone on any content. It won’t make the recipient feel special or set you apart from many other accounts that often leave such comments. In addition, massive comments of the same type of compliments may not only not bear fruit in the form of a response or a new subscriber, but also lead to both a temporary restriction of activity and an account ban.
Do Not Ask To Visit Your Website, Or Your Profile, To Participate In A Contest
If these comments are not reported by the recipient first, they will be deleted by Instagram’s anti-spam algorithm. Invitations to visit your profile, requests for likes and subscriptions, call to enter your contest, or buy something at a discount, even if not many, can have very unpleasant consequences, especially if they are sent en masse. Never leave comments like this.
Keep An Eye On The Ratio Of Likes And Comments Per Day
When manually interacting with posts directly from the Instagram app, we normally don’t worry about leaving fewer likes than comments – we almost unconsciously maintain a balance. However, the situation changes when we automate actions. On average, Instagram users leave at least 30-40% more likes than comments. Keep this information in mind when assigning tasks for mass likes and comments via Combin.
Avoid Sudden Changes Inactivity
This is particularly relevant for those who are just starting out using Combin or incorporating mass comments into their audience growth strategy but should also be considered by experienced users when assigning daily tasks. mass action. Consistency is very important in automating activities, as any sudden change is a reason to assume that either the scammers have taken over the account or there is intentional automation of activities by third-party services by the account owner (this which is prohibited on Instagram). Do not speed up your daily actions on Instagram, gradually increase and decrease their number.
Leave Informative And Unique Comments
Instead of leaving one-word, innocuous comments, try a less mundane route. Tell the recipient why their post caught your attention instead of expressing general approval. Think about what motivated the author to post their photo or write the caption, what they like about their post, and what they would like to hear about it. Think of words that could not leave the author indifferent, words that could start a discussion, and therefore attract real interest in your account. Yes, it’s more difficult than writing “Great photo!” and stopping there, but it’s an approach that brings you quality interaction, and a new loyal audience, and prevents any suspicion of spam or automated activity.