How to Beat 2019 Instagram Algorithm



Instagram changes its algorithm every few months. Making it harder for your followers to see your post. Reach your target audience, get more followers and improve engagement on your posts.

Below I will be sharing tips on how to beat 2019 Instagram algorithm.

#1 Post Consistently

When you start posting consistently on Instagram, you will improve on both engagement and quality content! The more you post, the more likely your audience will see it. How many times you should post determines on your business goals and the time you can dedicate to Instagram.


#2 Instagram Determines Your Relationship with Your Followers

Instagram puts a high priority with high engagement. This will also restrict your post based on your relationship with your followers.

Commenting on other peoples’ post and responding to DMs is the best way to build relationship with your followers to build your Instagram.

#3 Instagram Factors Time

Instagram’s algorithm is starting to care a lot more about when you posted, instead of just the content or engagement on the post, because it always want to serve you the latest, most interesting posts. 
Best time to post will be when most of your followers are online. Which can be found on your analytics.


#4 Instagram Uses Frequency to Sort Your Post

Ask yourself this: How often do you use the Instagram app? Do you scroll frequently? Often? Not so much? This will help Instagram make your feed more “chronological” by the posts you like and have liked before from your last visit.
If you’re not on Instagram as much, then your Instagram feed will be sorted by what Instagram will be best for you.

#5 Instagram Keeps Tabs on Who You’re Following

If you follow a lot of people, then Instagram has more options to choose from, so you probably won’t see all of the posts from every account.

#6 Instagram Calculates App Usage

If you spend a lot of time on Instagram, you’re going to see more posts as Instagram “digs deeper into its catalog.”

However, if you only spend a few minutes in the app each day, then you’re going to just get the day’s highlights from the algorithm.