Five Instagram Posts That Caught Our Eye – August 2021

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A picture speaks a thousand words. Nowhere is this demonstrated more than with Instagram. With hundreds of uploads to your feed every day, what makes you stop scrolling to read, like and engage with a photograph? We have been looking through our Foodies100 influencer accounts, and these five posts from the last month have caught our eye.

Cape Malay Cooking

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Salwaa Smith (@capemalaycooking)

Glasgowist

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Glasgowist (@glasgowist)

Anna Banana

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Anna Wierzbinska (@anna_wierzbinska)

Samphire and Salsify

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Samphire and Salsify (@samphireandsalsify)

Great Drams

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Greg Dillon (@greatdramsgreg)

 

Tracey is the Contributing Editor for Foodies100, Tots100, Hibs100 and Trips100. She also blogs at PackThePJs. Tracey writes mainly about family travel; from days out to road trips with her pet dogs, to cruises and long-haul tropical destinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a medical writer, Millie-Mae (14), Toby (12) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

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So You Know...

As you've likely heard and seen, there's an increasing focus on the authenticity of follower growth and engagement on social platforms across the Influencer Marketing community. The platforms themselves have taken measures to deter inauthentic activity and brands now more closely scrutinise the audiences of the influencers with whom they are partnering.

The Flea Network has implemented a system that will detect abnormal spikes in following and engagement, and flag these properties. Of course, such spikes can often be attributed to viral posts or high-profile brands that bring greater exposure to some content.

If one of your social accounts is flagged by our system without an obvious reason, we may reach out to you for assistance in understanding it. If we find any influencer has artificially inflated their audience size or engagement using paid acquisition or automated, third-party tools, we will remove them permanently from our influencer community.

Feel free to reach out to us at bloggers@fleaenterprises.com with any questions or comments.

Thank you!

The Flea Network Team

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