5 Things You Are Doing Wrong On Instagram (For Artists)

5 Things you re doing wrong on Instagram

5 Things You Are Doing Wrong On Instagram (For Artists)



Have you tried and tried to take off your music career on social media? But to no avail? 


Then you might be doing something wrong! ❌


Good news for you though, these errors can be fixed and easily avoided!! ✔️


And by doing so, you will pave the way for an effective social media presence and a more loyal fan base!!


Check this out, here are the 5 things you’re doing wrong on Instagram:

You’re either using too many, too few, or irrelevant hashtags in your posts. If you want your posts to go viral, use hashtags that are relevant to your photo/caption.


Ie. someone looking for “unplugged bollywood covers” would find your post if you used #unpluggedbollywoodcovers as a hashtag.

Don’t use your platform to just dump a whole bunch of photos. Your followers have followed you for a reason and don’t make them regret that.


Create and post pictures that have some value for you and your fans – something they won’t see anywhere else and something that keeps them coming back for more.

Collaborating with other artists and influencers who, someday, might share your work with their followers can help you get some followers of your own.


It’s also a way to create something amazing with your collaborator and to learn new things hands-on. So, go like their images, share helpful comments and don’t be afraid to connect with them on DMs.

Show your fans your casual side, but don’t go overboard.

Sprinkle your baking and dance videos through your feed, but don’t shift the focus completely away from the music.


Remember that your followers have followed you as a musical artist and not a baker/dancer.

Your fans want to get to know you. What you like, where you like to hang out, what you do with your spare time, and the behind the scenes of your music.


Don’t just glamorize your Insta with professional photoshoot images…. give them what they want and build a more personal relationship with them so they feel like you’re part of their day to day lives.