Finally over 100 on Instagram!!!!

The “LIKE” or “LOVE” on Instagram can become quite an obsession for many people. Most people would love to receive attention and been popular in what they love to do, or post. The desire to reach “celebrity” status may not be of everyone’s interest. The more people click “Like” on your singular picture post, it create this impression from other of how good you are in taking pictures. Another method is your popularity status in the community through your contribution.

There are plenty of honest tips about how to get followers in legit, or not in the most honest way. Gaining so many likes for a singular picture shows that you are regularly contributing to your group of viewers who are interested in your work. I realised there there is a common trend in this area. Before i go into what is that common trend. Here are some funny fact i thought of to share.

First you have to be a super pretty face girl with generous size of boobs to catch so much attention, if possible have snow white skin and long slim legs. Ladies, please don’t go cosmetic surgery just for popularity, it will kill you in later years. I have to admit huge boobs is a Law of Attraction.

Secondly please don’t secretly go up to the roof of skyscraper or tip of a tower crane to take pictures with your friends hanging on the edges without any safety gears. Looking at it makes my palm sweat and worry you may suddenly stop posting on Instagram later. You only live one, once you drop, most likely no one can patch you back. Plus the poor security guard may get fired because he is not doing his duty.

Third, unless you are a damn famous celebrity. I don’t need to further elaborate this point.

SO, what is this common trend i realised to get plenty of followers; hundred and thousands of likes for your single post. I would say about 97% based on individual. These 97% individual would be FOLLOWING a large group of people on their account, and in return they also have a large group of FOLLOWERS. Or the opposite way, having interested viewers who like your work and start FOLLOWING you and you started to FOLLOW them back. Which either way reciprocate each other.

Is all about numbers! For example, for a picture to receive 1 0 0 0 “LIKE”. You need to have at least 3000-5000 FOLLOWERS who are interested in your work. So what happen to the other 2 0 0 0 FOLLOWERS? Well, because if you are following 5 0 0 0 people on your account, you will get to see 5 0 0 0 posts a day, assuming these 5 0 0 0 people post a single picture each day. How the heck will i be able to see 5 0 0 0 posts in a single day? That explains the math.

For Capture_Asia Instagram account. I am FOLLOWING 3 2 8 users, currently have 3 4 7 FOLLOWERS. Why do i say currently? Because the FOLLOWERS figures will fluctuate accordingly to my observation recently. I save that reason for another post. So on average my posted architecture picture created about 50-80 Likes for the last 2 months, with the benefit hashtag.

Anyway, am celebrating my first hundred “Like” on Instagram. No chance of champagne popping. Social media require to generate lots of time and hard work to see the end result. I know, hundred “Like” is nothing as compare to other users who can easily hit over thousands in less than 30 minutes. Am contended with the current.

THE MOON IS REAL, for goodness sake. Go out more often ya!

Singaporeans doing a mad rush shooting spree to document Rocher Centre before making way for roads.

Closing to a 100, please Like if you Like. πŸ˜€

You may also be thinking why did i not start FOLLOWING a massive amount of people to yield the return. Because i am always on the look out for great pictures but under-rated. These are the quiet individual who can be equally talented like the super popular users. However I am not prepare to involve 3-6 hours a day browsing on Instagram. Life is more beautiful and fun outside than gluing the phone onto my face.

PEACE!

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