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Kickstagram: Reach, Engage and Grow Your Instagram Following

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Did you know the average Instagram user spends 21 minutes a day in their application  Tweet This! according to Econsultancy? Not only is Instagram growing faster than other social media platforms – even Facebook – Instagram followers are more valuable, spending far more per user than Facebook.

With that in mind, it may be time for you to up your game and grow your Instagram following! Enter Kickstagram.

Kickstagram

Kickstagram collaborates with its clients to design and develop a custom campaign that reaches, engages, and grows your target audience.

  • They work to attract new customers to your brand… targeting real people who are legitimately interested in what you have to offer.
  • They gain real followers, people who are active on Instagram and who will be engaged by your brand. In other words, potential customers.
  • The results are measurable. Growing your Instagram followers will lead to additional website visitors and, ultimately, website sales.

To date, Kickstagram has over 100 subscribing clients, have gained over 100,000 followers for them, who have produced over 1,000,000 photos liked!

Grow Your Instagram Following!

Disclosure: We’re sharing our Kickstagram affiliate link.


© 2015 DK New Media.

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