1. Doug the Pug
It’s time for a brief paws on the humans who are crushing it on Instagram to give a shout-out to a four-legged superstar: Doug the Pug. Doug is one of the rare breeds born for the celebrity lifestyle. He’s everything you’d want in a celebrity pug: entertaining, relatable, funny, and just a treat to watch. His iconic videos revolve around reenacting movies and TV shows. So, it’s no wonder his nickname is King of Pop Culture. If you’re building an Instagram account to help make your pet a celebrity, Doug the Pug is a great source of inspiration. But it’s not just about taking pictures or recording videos of your pet. It’s about treating your pet like a brand and giving him or her a consistent personality that is clearly shown with every piece of content you create.
2. National Geographic Travel
You might never get the chance to travel the world, but with National Geographic Travel you sure do get to see a lot of it. Have you ever looked at a photo and been completely and utterly captivated by its magnificent beauty? Because that’s exactly what National Geographic does on Instagram. They help you escape your everyday life and see the world’s greatest wonders while scrolling through your phone. Each photo gets hundreds of thousands of likes. If you don’t have the photography skills to take your own photos, you can use Repost, an app that allows you to repost other people’s photographs and credit the source as long as you have permission.
While it may be tempting to have square photos, Ayr clearly likes setting themselves apart from the pack. Their photos alternate between landscape and vertical views. When scrolling through your feed, you’ll instantly recognize an Ayr photo. You can create vertical photos by clicking the icon with two arrows in the app. Creating photos this way is a simple way to differentiate your photos from competitors in your niche. And with all the extra white space around your photos, emphasis is added on the products within your picture.