Instagram might be all about the visuals, but without a scroll-stopping caption, your post won’t get the engagement you want. You need likes and comments because the more engagement your posts get, the more visible they will be to your followers. So pause before you publish your posts and make sure you’re accompanying your content with aesthetic Instagram captions you can think of.
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If you want to write aesthetic Instagram captions and make your followers read them, take a look at the following tips and use them for your next Instagram posts’ captions.
According to a study, Instagram posts with 1-50 characters in the captions get the most interactions. Well, this is a really small number of characters and you have to use it carefully. As you may already know, there’s a 2200 character count limit for captions and what I mentioned is just a small portion of it. But why should you keep it that short?
Actually, Instagram is a visual platform and people just come to see the photos and videos. If you share a valuable post, then you’ll get the chance to make them read your caption. But, if the first line of the caption is not attractive enough, you’ll lose the chance.
Additionally, your viewers will need to click “more” to view anything after the first 125 characters you write. With this in mind, make the first three to four lines count. Leave hashtags, mentions, and any extra information for the end.
But remember brevity might not always be an option. Sometimes you have a story so great, you need a long caption to do it justice.
Add line breaks to create a clear, easy-to-read copy. Simply press the “123” button on your phone’s keyboard, and you’ll find the “return” key. If you see that enters don’t work as a line break, cope the following white spaces and insert them on the line you want to leave blank:
Copy -> [⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀]
And as a bonus tip, I suggest you write and edit your captions on your note app to make sure that everything looks aesthetic.
One way to add some personality to your posts is to include emojis in your captions. It’s sometimes the only copy you need.
Now, if puns and punchy one-liners don’t align with your brand’s voice, stick with a tone that’s relatable and consistent.
Once you’ve perfected your caption, add relevant hashtags to get found in the search. But how to avoid being spammy because of adding hashtags to the captions? Well, I recommend you hide your Instagram captions. Luckily, you have 2 ways for it:
This way, you still have the opportunity to make your posts more visible and you won’t look spammy.
As you may already know, Instagram doesn’t allow you to copy captions using the official app. For this, you have either use the desktop version or use a third-party to copy captions on your mobile. One of the best third-party apps you can use for this purpose is AiSchedul. Actually, this is an Instagram scheduler that enables you to schedule posts, stories, and IGTV videos, and also repost content on Instagram.
Using the repost app on this platform, you can pick any posts on Instagram and copy their caption just by following these steps:
That’s it! Using it, you easily copy any captions from Instagram on any device. So, sign up for free RN and give it a ride!
Unfortunately, using the official Instagram features you cannot save captions and automatically add them to the begging or end of your new captions. But wait! AiSchedul enables you to do that. If you open the scheduler, below the caption box, you see a box allowing you to add a pre-written caption to your posts.
But this is not all you can do here! Using AiSchedul, you can also search, save, and add multiple Instagram hashtags to your posts. Just check out the following video:
Easy, right? So, go ahead, try it for free, and save your aesthetic Instagram captions.
To wrap it up, an eye-catching Instagram caption boosts your sales conversion rate and helps you engage with your followers. So, try the tips mentioned here and create a perfect caption. Also, to save your time writing aesthetic Instagram captions, try to save them or copy someone else’s caption using tools like AiSchedul.
This post was last modified on February 14, 2021 20:36