4 comments

  1. That’s a good question, Koen. I’m not sure about business law around this. In theory, however, you should be able to use your feature account for advertising purposes–however, if your advertising purposes aren’t interesting to your followers, you may lose people. Also, if people don’t like your ads, they may decline to have their pictures featured on your account. Just something to keep in mind!

  2. Very interesting article! I have a curation account with over 7000 followers and an engagement rate of 11%. I have worked hard to get it to this point, and now I am trying to figure out how to monetize it. That would be an interesting article to read..

  3. Hello,

    Thank you for the tips, I was wondering. If you repost instagram pictures (with permission of owners) which contains pictures of persons. Can you use the feature account for advertising purpose then? Because you can make money of other persons pictures then?
    Thanks for feedback

  4. I have a feature account @darkyellowdot. I’m finding it way harder to get followers for this account despite doing all the things above – except the logo thing. I think people hesitate following feature accounts that are small, especially if they are brand spanking new. I’m out of ideas of how to get past that.

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