A Guide To Using Latergramme Search
Search and Repost The Best Content On Instagram
Instagram is an incredible place for brands and marketers to connect and engage directly with people from all over the world.
With 300 million monthly active users sharing over 70 million photos and videos every day, Instagram contains a vast repository of high-quality content waiting to be discovered and shared. At Latergramme, we’ve found user-generated content shared directly from our community members often has the highest level of engagement.
Now, imagine having a quick and simple way to find and engage with the most relevant and important photos from your community members and influencers. This is where Latergramme’s Search and Repost function comes into play.
How can Latergramme Help?
Search and Repost is a Latergramme feature designed to help visual social media practitioners discover and engage with the best and most relevant Instagram content.
When Sharing Content Remember To Be A Good Instagram Citizen
Before adding content from other Instagram users to your library, there are steps you should take to ensure you are operating as a good Instagram citizen.
- Instagram Guidelines: Share only photos and videos that you have taken or have the right to share. Learn more about Instagram’s Intelectual Property Policy.
- Before Sharing: We recommend asking for permission or approval from the original Instagrammer before sharing their content to your own Instagram feed. Read our guide to reposting Instagram content.
Want to easily find and share the best Instagram content?
Latergramme is here to help.
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A Guide to Using Latergramme Search and Repost
[section_title text=”Search by Hashtag”]
From the Latergramme web app, click on Search and enter a hashtag into the search bar. Remember to include the # before the hashtag.
[section_title text=”Search by Username”]
From the Latergramme web app, click on Search and enter a username into the search bar. Remember to include the @ before the username.
[section_title text=”Search by Location”]
From the Latergramme web app, click on Search and find a photo with a location you want to search on.
Click on the name of the location next to the place marker to see all of the photos tagged at that same location.
You can also remember the search location number at the end of the URL and use that for future searches of the same location. Remember to include an exclamation point (!) before the location number.
[section_title text=”Most Recent Searches”]
Latergramme makes it easy revisit your most recent and most common searches. The web app will remember and show your 10 most recent searches in a drop-down list when you begin to type in the search bar.
We hope you enjoy this Latergramme update. If you have any feedback or suggestions about Search, please tell us here.
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