You’re building your Instagram business, have followed and unfollowed users in their thousands. Subsequently, your numbers have grown into their thousands. But there’s a problem: as your account continues to grow, the engagement on your content just doesn’t seem to match the numbers.
It turns out you’re following a bunch of users who, despite the fact that they followed you back, they aren’t in the least interested in your content and therefore won’t like or comment on them.
What to do?
It only makes sense to unfollow these users to make room for others because as you probably know engagement is key to your success on [...]
PS: While this post contains some information you don’t want to miss, our latest update to Instagram Follow Limit has been posted here. Be sure to come back to this post after you’ve read the update.
Unlike twitter where it’s public knowledge that you can follow up to 1000 accounts per day, Instagram, for obvious reasons, does not publish the number of people you can follow in a day. I’ve read complaints by many about certain features being disabled after following or ‘unfollowing’ a large number of People within a short span of time, while others have had their accounts banned.