Instaeasy Review – automate your instagram engagements 24 hours a day
Instagram has grown to a very popular social media site. It’s being loved by a lot of marketers, since you don’t have to create a lot of content for it. You can use great images, images with quotes or short videos. If then people like it, they will start following you. To get the followers, you can go and search for other accounts in your niche. You should then like photos, quotes and videos on their accounts and also start following them. Many of them will then follow you back. If you do that constantly and use the right hashtags when you post your content, then you should be able to get people following you back.
The biggest problem to get a lot of followers is, that it takes a lot of work. It’s also very time-consuming to search for accounts in your market, liking their photos and then following those accounts. It even takes more time if you want to start following the followers from those accounts or the ones who follow your competitors. InstaEasy claims to be able to do that all on autopilot. I decided to test the software and publish my results here, so that you can make your own buying decision based on real facts and a real case study and not based on all the hype you find all over the web.
What Is InstaEasy All About?
InstaEasy is a web-based software which allows you to automatically follow other accounts on Instagram. It also allows you to automatically like content based on your niche.
Here’s how the software works:
- Enter your target market hash tags, your competitors usernames & your hash tags.
- Select if you want to ‘like’ photos, follow users or unfollow inactive users based on the information you entered in step one.
- Hit start & watch your Instagram account like & follow with users under your hash tags & your competitors followers 24/7.
Some of the key features are:
- Like photos based on your settings.
- Follow users in your target market based on your entered hash tags.
- Unfollow users who haven’t followed you.
- Follow the followers from your competitors profile.
- Follow people who recently liked a profiles photo.
Safe & Secure
With the pre set engagement speeds & your very own IP address per Instagram account, your account will never hit Instagrams limit.
InstaEasy Case Study
I got early access to the software and have used it for a while now. I created a new account on Instagram. I posted some images on that account and have followed some other accounts manually.
If you want to use InstaEasy, then you shouldn’t use it on a brand new account. The account should already have some photos, comments, likes and followers. It’s recommended, that you have at least 9 photos and 100 followers before you start using InstaEasy on your account.
Below is a screen shot (taken on October 15, 2016) of the account I created for that case study. I took the screen shot with a desktop computer. That’s why it looks different, then when you visit a profile with your mobile device. Here’s the link to that page https://www.instagram.com/fitness.girl88
There’s only one settings page. All the different settings are easy to understand, and if they need an explanation, then there is one included. Most of the time a small info box shows up when you hover over one of the options.
The software comes with 4 different speed levels.
- Beginner (436 follows / 432 likes)
- Slow (720 follows / 864 likes)
- Normal 864 follows / 1008 likes)
- Fast (1008 follows / 1296 likes)
This means, if you use the Beginner level, the software will follow 436 other accounts and does like 432 pictures per day.
It is recommended to start with the beginner level, especially if your account is new. After you got 500 more followers from the beginner level you can start scaling it up.
On my case study, the beginner level added an average of 30 new followers per day. This isn’t bad at all, especially for a new account.
With InstaEasy you can not only follow other accounts or like images. You can also use the software to unfollow people who do not follow you back.
The follow and like options are based on hashtags and/or accounts. You have the option to follow accounts and like images based on hashtags. So if your niche is photography, then you would use hashtags related to photography.
You also have the option to follow the followers from your competitor or other accounts. For that, you just have to enter the account name and the software will do the rest.
Another option is, that you can limit the likes an image has which the software should follow. So if you would set that option to 50, than the software won’t like pictures with more than 50 likes. You can also set the minimum likes an image should have before the software will like it.
The software is really not difficult to use and you can set it up in less than 10 minutes.
One Time Offers
Normally, there are always some one time offers with these launches. This time Luke goes another way and he includes all the OTO’s into the front end offer (during the launch). So there won’t be any OTO at all.