Instagram Automation: How To

We’ve compiled a full guide on how to use Instagram Automation effectively in 2019.

Keep reading to find out more about how to automate your tasks on Instagram and avoid getting banned.

What Is Instagram Automation?

Instagram automation is the process of automating tasks, for example, follow, un follow, direct message, comment, which you would normally do on Instagram.

Examples of automation:

  • Following other profiles
  • Un following profiles
  • Liking images or videos
  • Liking comments
  • Direct messages
  • Commenting on posts
  • Uploading new posts

In 2019 it’s common to see most Instagram tasks being automated.

Instagram introduced automated posting for business profiles.

We will see many more automated features in the future to help you not spend so much time on Instagram.

What are the main benefits of Instagram Automation?

The main benefit of Instagram automation is automated account growth.

Automation does repetitive tasks which may take you hours to complete manually.

Most people have better things to do then sit and use Instagram all day, every day.

Instagram automation is the best way to grow your Instagram account followers and engagement, without having to manually follow, comment or message.

What do the results look like?

Be careful with content quality

It is important that you upload high quality posts to Instagram.

If you don’t share quality images then people may not want to follow you.

Automation won’t produce results if your content quality is not up to scratch.

We recommend photo and video editing prior to uploading any content to Instagram.

Can automation get you banned?

There’s a lot of hearsay around getting banned if you use Instagram automation.

This is rare, so you shouldn’t worry too much.

Although, some accounts can get banned – depending on how far you push Instagram.

Below is an example warning:

Instagram disabled

Instagram wants everyone to have a great user experience.

If you are encountering this message then you have been pushing Instagram too much, maybe pause or relax your automation efforts.

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