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Wondering who shared your Instagram photos on their page? Then better read this article, in which we introduce you to a super cool tool that makes it easy to track the accounts that shared your content on Instagram. So, stay tuned!
The digital world is getting bigger day by day. Back in the old days, people only had Facebook, but now, we all have at least three social media apps. When you’re in this fast-paced virtual world, it’s inevitable to stay isolated.
One of the most popular social media is Instagram, especially now, when due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it saw an increase of 3.6% in daily active users in the US. In the past few years, Instagram has turned out to be a place to make friends, build a brand, promote businesses, and make money online. People interact on this platform by likes, comments, saves, DMs, and sharing each other’s content. Actually, reposting, or as Instagrammers say it, “regramming,” is an everyday activity among users. Many pages on Instagram only publish other accounts’ selected contents. Among users, these pages are known as the “featured pages.”
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To see who shared your Instagram feed post, you need to have a business account. Unfortunately, regular users can’t see who has shared their Instagram posts. It’s worth mentioning that Instagram won’t reveal who shared your posts; it only shows how many times your post has been shared.
Note: It’s not difficult to switch your Instagram personal account to a business one. To change your type of account to business Instagram, go to setting, choose “Account,” and tap on “Switch to business account” or “Switch to creator account.”
To see this number, go to your business Instagram page, open one of the posts that you like, and then tap on “View Insights.”
As you can see, in post insights, you can check the number of people who shared your photos. Also, you can see the number of saves, profile visits, and reaches made by that specific post.
Well, first of all, it shows how much your post was popular and informative that people were willing to share it. Secondly, if people share your photo, it increases Instagram engagement.
You may underestimate the power of shared posts on Instagram engagement but trust us, based on the ever-changing Instagram algorithm, shared posts are becoming more and more critical.
Usually, Instagrammers mention the original account on their reposted content to credit them and avoid any copyright issues. You can see all the posts that you were tagged on in your profile. But sometimes, people share your photo and only mention you in their caption, and it only generates a one-time notification on your app.
Moreover, if you run a business on Instagram, say selling clothes, people may mention you a lot in their captions and even in the comments. It’s quite hard to see and manage all the posts that you were mentioned. So, what can you do?
Luckily, we have a great solution: using Instagram management apps such as AiSchedul.
So, what is AiSchedul? Well, it’s an Instagram management app that offers many tools such as a smart scheduler, a social calendar, a Bio-Link tool, and many others. It also has a new feature called “Repost Mention.”
With this tool, you can see all the posts you mentioned in them, all in one place. Isn’t it great? Here’s a step-by-step guide:
First, sign up for AiSchedul for free. It only needs your name, email, password and takes you a minute.
Then go to your user-friendly dashboard and add all of your Instagram accounts.
Now, select your targeted account by clicking on “Manage Account.” After that, you will see your toolbar that includes “Post Scheduling” and “Bio-Link.” Choose Post Scheduling and under the tab “Scheduler,” click on “Repost mention.”
In this part, you may see your own original posts being shared or user-generated content or UGC. For example, if one of your customers bought and used your products, they might take a picture and publish it while mentioning you. Another great thing that you can do with this amazing tool is to repost this content only with a single click.
Saving time is the primary purpose of this tool; you can stop worrying about missing any mention among the list of Instagram notifications and check your AiSchedul dashboard.
Instagram is a powerful social media. By using all the capacities of this universal platform, you can experience better management on the platform. In this case, by seeing who is interested in your content and sharing it, you can grab a better understanding of the level of your account’s popularity and much more useful information.
This post was last modified on August 27, 2021 19:08