What advice would you give to small instagram accounts

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I have a small Instagram account (under 1500 followers) - and I know 'influencers' aren't the nicest sometimes but how would you go about growing your Instagram that doesn't make you seem like a narcissist?

I am a mother, but the children or my husband rarely feature. I post mostly about body confidence.

What advice would you give to a small Instagram account that would like to grow? I've been reading here for a while and have taken on lots of feedback of what not to do :ROFLMAO:
I think the biggest lesson we’re all learning from this blog is to be genuine. Surely just post about what you want. What is the reason for you wanting to grow your instagram? Getting more followers isn’t the be all and end all and if you post what you genuinely want to post then you’ll generate TRUE engagement from people who want to actually view your content. X
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Don't do it!! Enjoy your real life, it's more precious than an online and irrelevant life x
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Honestly growing a personal account (as in the main focus is about a person) is very difficult.

Growing an account that's showcases a different or unique skill is much easier. It's just about providing good content that people engage with. But if it's not person centric can't really be an infuencer for easy money so people don't want to do that.
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It’s not about gaining followers. I guess I should ask the question - what makes you follow/interact with an account?
Someone who is genuine.
Being themselves- not copying others or repeating the same tired old content
Engaging and interesting to watch.
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Consistent thoughtful content with interesting captions
Interact with followers
Not TOO many stories at once
Not declaring ads/gifts
Ads that just don’t really fit with the theme of your page
These are just things I look for in the accounts I follow
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