Why do you need followers to be a great artist on Instagram?

Hello, everybody!

I am here with another post. Today, I will talk about why you need followers to be a great artist. Before starting my blog post, I want you to know that I am a self-taught artist too. I have been drawing for 5 years and I have realised that drawing something very good is not enough to be a great artist on Instagram. You see the drawings by the same artists on Instagram, right? Why is it like this?

It is about Instagram algorythms. It shows the posts which have most likes and comments on ‘explore’ all the time. When you share something on your wall, If your post doesn’t get most likes and comments, Instagram doesn’t show your post on ”explore”. If your post gets likes and comments, It says that it means he is popular and people like it and make comments and more people like it too. Then, it puts your post on ‘explore’. This is the reason why you see the same artists on your ‘explore’. It is about numbers. Numbers of likes and comments…

You don’t have to draw very good to reach too many followers on Instagram. Because here is a sharing platform. Not only art sharing but also sharing something else. That’s why you shouldn’t think about the fact that I am not a great artist, I can’t draw very good. No! You draw very good but your only need is to reach more people.

To reach more people and to show your artworks to more people, there are many ways. For example, you can use Instagram advertisement. When you pay money to Instagram, they promote and show your artworks to many people. It is about how much you pay. the second way is to make your promotion to the artsharing pages. The admins share a lot of artworks in the pages on Instagram and reach a lot of people. They do this with small prices. I am not talking about all pages but some of them are yes. You can visit @creative_artsharing for this aim. They are really cheap and do their job very well.

Alright, everybody! For today, I think it is enough. I will write another post if I have any information about this issue. Thanks for reading!