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“Our content aims to encapsulate our belief in the power of adventure to make the world better,” says Cotopaxi (@cotopaxi) Social Media Manager, Paisley Wildman. Beyond showcasing their outdoor gear, Cotopaxi inspires Instagrammers with their colorful and lighthearted content from their staff and fans that also emphasizes the brand's core values: people, innovation and adventure. “Instagram has been an invaluable tool for our business,” she says. “We’re able to further our mission and strengthen our community while supporting sales goals.”
📷 by @cotopaxi
A simple planner that helps people live their best life, The Nudge (@nudgetext) makes it effortless to go off on an adventure. “Instagram is really a second home for our product because it represents exactly what we’re about: How people are living their lives,” says The Nudge CEO, John Peterson. The text message-based planner uses Instagram as a canvas to show what their Nudgers are up to. “It’s the only social media channel we use because it’s laser-focused on what we’re all about,” John says. “So it’s an invaluable tool for business growth via targeted ads and branding via our posts and stories.”
📷 by @nudgetext
Keeping the party going is challenging when you only see your audience one week a year. Amsterdam Music Festival (@amffestival) fills that distance by connecting with fans on Instagram. “We use Instagram to tap into the way visitors feel when they are inside the arena and allow them to feel these emotions year-round,” says Branka Maksimovic, Marketing Manager of Amsterdam Music Festival. AMF has been quite successful in creating buzz about their festival. Last year they sold out and attracted 40,000 fans from over 100 countries. “This exposure and visibility to our audience is very valuable,” she says. “Instagram is the perfect tool to allow us to connect with our fans all over the world, and keep AMF fresh in their mind.” This week the festival returns to unite music fans from around the world.
📷 by @amffestival
Starting as a restaurant, IRVINS (@irvinsaltedegg) transformed its business after exploring new takes on their popular salted egg crab dish—finding success by packaging their salted egg potato chips and fish skins for takeaway. “Through Instagram, we get to better understand our customers’ interests and desires,” says IRVINS Growth Marketing Executive, Cynthia Leong. Engaging with its customers on Instagram helps the addictive snack company find new opportunities for innovation. “Content is king and engagement is key!” she says. “Test out new ways to reach out to customers—be bold in trying out new IG features!”
📷 by @irvinsaltedegg
Today on our story, we are at the #BoostWithFacebook Holiday Bootcamp where business professionals around the world are learning how to take advantage of the holidays and grow their careers, businesses and communities.
See how businesses are getting creative with our DIY Instagram studios. And make the most of the season with our holiday tips, link in our bio.
The Farmer's Dog (@thefarmersdog) believes man's best friend deserves the best natural ingredients. Together, co-founders Brett Podolsky and Jonathan Yoni Regev set out to change how pet food works going with fresh over processed. And since then the company has served over 10 million healthy meals. “Instagram is a storytelling tool unlike any other,” Brett says. “One of the pillars of our business is to bring joy to people, and dogs have an uncanny ability to do that in the visual medium—which Instagram enables us to do on a remarkable scale.”
📷 by @thefarmersdog
Soft Swerve's (@softswervenyc) special talent isn't just creating delicious ice cream, it's also creating works of art. "It’s so rewarding and makes us incredibly happy to see our patrons take photos of the ice cream as soon as they receive it," says their co-founder Michael. But even with a compelling product, selling Ice cream during cold months is no easy task. That’s when Soft Swerve started connecting with people on Instagram. “When we first opened we had good traffic during the first week despite the frigid cold. Sales started to decline in the days after but soon after, we realized that our customers were posting photos of our ice cream on Instagram that were gaining a lot of traction and we became a viral business almost overnight.”
📷 by @softswervenyc
Little Renegades (@little_renegades_co) began as a way to help children unlock their sense of stillness with mindfulness exercises. “We never could’ve imagined the depth of community that's been ignited through the platform, nor did we expect the volume of business we've generated since using Instagram,” says its founder and owner Blake Beers. For #ChildHealthDay, her company's Mindful Kids illustrated cards are packed with everyday exercises that help empower kids—with techniques like yoga, breathing and meditation. “While we knew we had a powerful product to sell, Instagram has been the engine that delivers our mission to the world.”
📷 by @little_renegades_co @darkbluephoto
“Being on Instagram means being in touch with one of the fastest growing social bases in the country,” says Rock in Rio (@rockinrio) Marketing Director, Fernanda Estrella. Whether it’s festival season or not, the electric venue is always bridging together fans, idols and unique moments through visuals and music. See #HowTheyDoIt, on our story now.
Born on an old train platform from a former Shibuya train station, Shibuya Stream (@shibuyastream_official) keeps the railways memory alive with its weaving tracks throughout its walkways. The complex is home to cafes, restaurants, shops and hotel all bustling with creativity. “We’ll like to continuously share the facility’s charm, community development, railway memories and seasons with a lot of Instagram users,” says Shibuya Stream Clerk, Hiroaki Oki.
In preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, one of their new buildings will be born in front of the current Shibuya station—as part of the district's large redevelopment plan that only happens once in a hundred years. “Considering the characteristics of Shibuya area which continues to lead the new trend, we believe Instagram is the most appropriate media for us to communicate with our audience.”
📷 by @k.s.m.h.s.m.
“We want to tell the story of Japanese beauty, which is trending globally,” says brand SHISEIDO's (@shiseido) Chief Brand Officer Yoshiaki Okabe. “And [with Instagram] we do so in real time, within an instant.” See #HowTheyDoIt, on our story now.
BLUE BLUE JAPAN’s flagship store OKURA (@okura_official) reflects the essence of Japan with its natural indigo apparel. Using Instagram to convey the store’s unique relaxing atmosphere, OKURA also showcases its collections that are steeped in culture and embody Japan’s 4 rich seasons. “We have customers from all over Japan and from all over the world looking for products with essences of Japanese traditional art and craft skills,” says OKURA spokesperson. “All the products under BLUE BLUE JAPAN are proudly made in Japan.”
📷 by @okura_official