Instagram isn’t going away anytime soon.
I love the Instagram Feed plugin (for myself on the widget). I reviewed it in detail here.
A great use for Instagram feed to is highlight others. It’s not all about me, you know.
Here are a variety of users that I appreciate: photographers, designers, companies, bands, people.
Instagram is a unique opportunity to bring beauty into the world, show the behind-the-scenes of your company’s day-to-day operations, and, of course, to show your self(ies). I wish I could include some of my other favorites, but their privacy settings prevent it.
Without any further ado, I present a cross-section of my following:
Reggae band in Orange County shows a great mix of their event listings, songs, and goings on. They’re actually social, too.
Terri is a graphic designer and a kind soul living in Seattle. She posts about 3 photos around 9pm Pacific. It’s become part of my nightly routine.
WordCamps are run by volunteers and this group has cultivated a great account that highlights the town, the community, and the camp.
Great photographer. What else can I say?
Quiet Rebel Design
Artisan jeweler, Janet Blake storytells with her images giving you insight into the design process and the finished product.
They rotate their account management through their team. If you want to get into Buffer’s Culture, study this. As with most things they do, they do Instagram well.
Not just selfies or shoes in the sand, Gary Vee rocks this medium in the best way he can. You can, too.
They don’t just advertise, don’t just have memes, either. I like that their inspirational messages are branded. They do this well.