TOP10 most followed female models on Instagram

Kasia Kowalczyk , 18 January 2017


When it comes to Instagram, the celebrities rule. And it is not surprisingly – while for the average man Instagram is a great place to follow the happenings, pics from huge events as well as daily life of our most liked celebrities, for them it’s one of the great place in the digital world,where they can promote themselves, gain more popularity and fans. The app is even more instrumental in the fashion world and female models’ profiles are among the most followed ones. These women share not only the professional modeling photos, but also their gym or party selfies, as well as their lifestyle pictures etc.

Have you ever wondered who are the most famous female models on Instagram? We have compiled a list with top10 most followed ones. Enjoy!

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How to increase engagement on Facebook

Kasia Kowalczyk , 5 January 2017

Facebook, with 1.18 billion active users (on average for September 2016), is the main social media channel for many businesses and even one of the key components of their marketing strategies. About 3 years ago the platform provided a really easy way to get to the target audience organically. But since the implementation of Edge Rank in 2013 Facebook business pages organic reach has drastically declined. So now, one of the biggest challenges for marketers and social media experts, is to increase reach of their posts. And the key to doing it is increasing engagement.




The following tips will help you boost and improve engagement. Maybe not all of them will be relevant to your business, but hopefully some will inspire you and prove useful.

How can you engage your Facebook users?

In fact, for brands social media is a great marketing tool and represents a big opportunity to engage with an audience.

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New automatic moderation options for Facebook pages

Grzegorz Berezowski , 3 January 2017

Moderating user messages on Facebook pages is probably the most time consuming and demanding task for social media marketing teams. More so if you promote your content or use so called “dark posts” as ads and have to deal with spam and other unsolicited messages in comments. To simplify this job NapoleonCat offers automation rules, which can automatically detect keywords or specific type of content, act accordingly and even notify designated people via email. Today we’re extending automation rules even further by introducing “hide content” feature and user label triggering.

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How to attract new followers to your Instagram account – part 2

Kasia Kowalczyk , 2 January 2017

Last week we published the first part of article with tips on how to attract new Instagram followers. If you haven’t read it yet, you can find it HERE.

In this article we would like to share some more hints and tricks with you.

Tag others on your graphics

Of course you should tag others when relevant, you should have a good reason to do so. For example if you participate in some branch event where you meet influencers and you post a picture, you can tag them. This ensures those posts will show up in their’s feeds and makes it more likely they’ll share it.
It’s also a great method if you publish some statistics, results or rankings (as we do at Instagram account). We will share how we start doing it, as it really works. We noticed that we attract more followers after publishing graphics with other Instagram accounts tagged on them. For example – we posted the ranking of the most popular Instagram accounts in Poland – in general and in 3 different categories: blog & vlog, person, brand. We publish that kind of ranks quarterly and this month it was the first time when we tagged top 10 Instagram accounts on the graphic. We noticed higher engagement: some of the tagged people just gave as a like, some of them commented our post (sending thanks or just ensuring that they will work even harder to be on the better position in our next ranking etc.), while others shared our post, which is even more important as it means for us that:

  • they are satisfied (as they are within the best 10 Instagram accounts in general or in their category, which is… really good result!),
  • our content is valuable and of a good quality (if it is bad or ugly or any other… with negative connotation, they would like to share it on their “walls”, wouldn’t they?).

Moreover, our content is expanding and will get the wider audience.

Cross-promote your Instagram account on other social media channels, on your blog, website, email footer, newsletter etc.

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