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Instagram Best Practices: Grow Your Community, Work with Brands

Tyson Wheatley, Photographer, Journalist, Dad

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9 Videos (36m)
    • Introduction

      1:12
    • Posting Tips and Best Practices

      7:58
    • Building Community Around a Theme

      1:45
    • Instagram Editing Tools

      2:56
    • Editing in Priime App

      3:53
    • Instagram Sister Apps: Layout and Boomerang

      2:51
    • Growing Your Personal Brand Outside of Instagram

      3:33
    • Instagramming for Brands

      10:44
    • Thank You

      0:48
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About This Class

Want to turn your social media hobby into a full-fledged career?

Join photographer and strategist Tyson Wheatley for an insightful 35-minute class on building your brand on Instagram, telling real stories, and creating compelling work for other brands.

Key lessons include:

  • tips and strategy on posting and interacting
  • how to tell an authentic story with your images
  • latest Instagram Tools and editing apps
  • growing your personal brand outside of Instagram
  • best practices for working with brands and clients

If you're among the 15,000+ students who've loved Tyson's other Skillshare classes, you know he's built a lifestyle around Instagramming for brands. In this class, he breaks down clearly and honestly how you too can master Instagram for both yourself and clients.

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This content is authentic. It is focused on how to be original and unique to your self and the message you wan to share. I would title this content as "the core value of Instagram content"
Awesome class. Straight to the point
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It is straightforward and to the point. It offers both common knowledge with an insightful spin and useful tips.

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Tyson Wheatley

Photographer, Journalist, Dad