Creating an Instagram widget with FeedWind
Since 2010, Instagram has been the second-fastest growing social media platform in the world, trailing only its parent company, Facebook. As its registered users continues to skyrocket as we approach 2020, both businesses and individual personalities are leveraging to the platform to reach larger audiences.
One ways these brands create a lasting impression on consumers is to create cycle of visibility between their official site and its attached social media pages, so visitors to either platform can get information and see imagery in the way they feel most comfortable.
One of FeedWind’s goals is to create a simpler pipeline for these brands to create that visibility cycle through the use of dynamic website content. Clever marketers know that consistent imagery among front-facing campaigns is a must, because it gives consumers a better idea of what to expect when the brand is mentioned, which creates a sense of familiarity.
Below, we’ll show you how to set up your first Instagram feed using Feedwind.