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7 FREE Tools To Grow On Instagram

Are you looking for ways to grow on Instagram but don’t know which tools to use? Then read this article on 7 free tools to grow on Instagram.

Instagram is not just a platform to share pictures about your friends and family. It has become a place of business where people showcase their products, get leads for their business and build a personal brand.

You can do so much with Instagram! You can make single feed posts, carousels, reels, IGTV Videos, share stories and go live. You just need the right tools to help you with your Instagram Strategy.

With the right strategy and foundations, you can get huge exposure for your business.

If you are confused about which tools you need to grow on Instagram, then read this no-nonsense article which covers all the tools you need to make your Instagram Profile a big HIT!

7 FREE Tools To Grow On Instagram!

GROW ON INSTAGRAM WITH THESE 7 AMAZING TOOLS

Pinterest

You need ideas and content to make your Instagram posts and you need some resources to help you with it if you’re a beginner. Pinterest is just the place for it. Just type in your keyword and you will have a plethora of content ideas in front of you. Now just because you have the whole content set up in front of you, doesn’t mean you steal your content. That’s a big no-no. Take inspiration. See what people are writing most about or what is being shown more. And now create content around it.

Google Keep

Now that you have your content ideas ready, you need a place to write them. I use Google Keep to track all my writings. It has a mobile version and a desktop version both of which are awesome. You can even make a copy of the same directly in your Google Docs. Use Google Keep to dump all your ideas, write captions, scripts for your reels or lives, your sales pitch and more.

Grammarly

Once you have your content written, you need to proofread it. Grammatical errors are a big no. It’s not the end of the world or you make a typo, but it’s best to avoid it if you don’t want grammar Nazis around you. You can use the Grammarly Chrome extension or the Grammarly keyboard app. Grammarly has a premium version as well as the free version. I have been using the free version and I don’t have any complaints so far. Now, remember, just because you are using a tool, doesn’t mean you depend entirely on it. Use your sense and check everything yourself too.

Canva

We now have our content ready, which means we can now start designing! This is the fun part because here, you can be as creative as you want or as simple as you want. Canva also has a Free version and a pro version. I am using the free version. If you’re just starting, there’s no need to go for the pro version. The free version will do just fine. It is the best tool to design your Instagram feed posts, carousels or reel covers.

Inshot

You need this to edit your reels. Once you’ve recorded them from your phone camera (Free again) you need to edit them. You need to add clips together, edit a few seconds, speed up or slow down, do effects, resize it, add a filter or more. Inshot is just the app for you. It also has a Free and Pro version but the free version works fine. Inshot also has some free stock music for you if you want to add it to your reels.

Hashtags

You have your posts ready and now you need Hashtags for your posts. Now there are various hashtag generators out there that will find the hashtags for you but I say why go out when you have it all in? You don’t need a separate tool for that. You can research your Hashtags on Instagram. Just search for your hashtag and you’ll see a bunch of posts pop up. Open those posts and you can see even they have used hashtags. Take those hashtags, research their posts type, their size and you’re golden.

Facebook Creator Studio

You have your caption ready, your design ready and your hashtags ready. Now you need to post it. You can directly post it from the Instagram app or you can schedule it for a future date from Facebook Creator Studio. It is a free tool provided by Facebook itself! You need to connect your Instagram Page to your Facebook Page. Learn how to do that here. Once you’ve connected, You can go to the creator studio and schedule your posts. 

That’s it. That’s all the tools you need to grow on Instagram. All free tools, without scratching your brains or going crazy. 

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Comments

2 August 2021 at 2:34 AM

Wow! I totally downloaded inshot after reading this post, reels are super scary for me so I am trying to find easier ways to do them!



Joshua
2 August 2021 at 2:35 AM

This is so helpful! I’ve been debating trying to get on instagram and might try out these free tools. Gotta try anything that helps grow your blog right???



6 August 2021 at 6:58 PM

Never heard about google keep but I’ll check it out rn
Thank youuuuuu



7 August 2021 at 1:36 AM

such a beautiful read, and so insightful I’ll definitely be implementing some of these tips!



10 August 2021 at 7:45 AM

I’ve been trying to grow my Instagram but I’m stuck with around 123 followers. 🙁 Will try adding stories to my profile (I rarely post stories!). I’ll install Inshot. Thanks! 🙂



11 August 2021 at 4:52 PM

I didn’t know about Google Keep, I am now going to use it.



15 August 2021 at 5:23 PM

I use all these tools excepting Google Keep. I think I should give it a try. Thanks.



Stacireanue
16 August 2021 at 11:32 AM

Super helpful, thank you!



Sangeeta Jain
23 August 2021 at 12:38 PM

These are great tools! Thanks for sharing



Aditya Jain
24 August 2021 at 12:55 AM

Canva is really a keeper!



Suresh Kumar
27 August 2021 at 12:54 AM

Love Canva and Google Keep!



29 August 2021 at 7:47 PM

All great suggestions! Pinterest is definitely a great place to get inspiration and I use Canva for all my creations.



29 August 2021 at 11:43 PM

All of the 7 tips you have mentioned will help me to get started on Instagram. It is something I have been putting off, now I don’t have any excuses!



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