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  #1795885 7-Jun-2017 11:48
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RUKI:

 

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/diary/

 

as you can see 2,084,391 posts with that hashtag

 

 

 

 

 

 

off the top of your head Is there a way to narrow that result down by location?





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  #1796001 7-Jun-2017 15:12
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gnfb:

 

RUKI:

 

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/diary/

 

as you can see 2,084,391 posts with that hashtag

 

 

off the top of your head Is there a way to narrow that result down by location?

 

 

Not aware of that feature there.

 

My point was about where nowadays all mainstream discussions take place. Instagram. As many people have nothing but smartphones.

 

You can start posting there under your domain (diary.nz) as a name (just checked it is vacant for now) and stipulate your location if you wish. Ad that hash tag (#diary) to all your posts and if your content attracts attention - people will see your site in your profile description and if they follow or comment - you'll be able to guess their location via their post or profile description.

 

Add google analytics code to your site and you will see where the visitors are coming from.

 

 

 

 


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  #1796100 7-Jun-2017 18:33
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RUKI:

 

gnfb:

 

RUKI:

 

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/diary/

 

as you can see 2,084,391 posts with that hashtag

 

 

off the top of your head Is there a way to narrow that result down by location?

 

 

Not aware of that feature there.

 

My point was about where nowadays all mainstream discussions take place. Instagram. As many people have nothing but smartphones.

 

You can start posting there under your domain (diary.nz) as a name (just checked it is vacant for now) and stipulate your location if you wish. Ad that hash tag (#diary) to all your posts and if your content attracts attention - people will see your site in your profile description and if they follow or comment - you'll be able to guess their location via their post or profile description.

 

Add google analytics code to your site and you will see where the visitors are coming from.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

excellent suggestions

 

I took instagram diary.nz it would not let me get diarynz even though it said it was available elsewhere (it happens) and yes I usually do the google anlytics thing dont know if I have set it up for that site yet? Thanks again





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  #1796108 7-Jun-2017 18:59
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gnfb:

 

excellent suggestions

 

I took instagram diary.nz ..... Thanks again

 

 

You now have the first follower :-) to try how stuff works. Yep. Link to your site works. "Bio" allows to add more info - i.e what you intend to post there. e.g. check on your "follower" how it looks. You not necessarily need to put your name under that profile... Profile picture - could be that photo from your site...

 

 


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  #1796426 8-Jun-2017 09:40
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RUKI:

 

gnfb:

 

excellent suggestions

 

I took instagram diary.nz ..... Thanks again

 

 

You now have the first follower :-) to try how stuff works. Yep. Link to your site works. "Bio" allows to add more info - i.e what you intend to post there. e.g. check on your "follower" how it looks. You not necessarily need to put your name under that profile... Profile picture - could be that photo from your site...

 

 

 

 

Yep I will "clean up" the entry later today. Still thinking about how to use diary.nz . Thinking out loud later today also I will be playing with the concept of allowing a user to embed a video post EASILY. maybe the ability to embed a Instagram video ...... as i say thinking out loud. 





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  #1848483 18-Aug-2017 11:44
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Just so there was a closure on this subject. I have not yet but shortly I will use the address as a Aliexpress affiliate conduit Easy to setup and maintain. Until I come up with a better idea.





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  #1854640 29-Aug-2017 11:20
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How about a site that pulls in public content about ... diaries?

 

E.g from Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, blogs etc.

 

Become a hub for the diary industry!

 

Get sponsorship from diary companies, annual awards for best diaries etc.




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  #1854930 29-Aug-2017 19:47
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avaiki:

 

How about a site that pulls in public content about ... diaries?

 

E.g from Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, blogs etc.

 

Become a hub for the diary industry!

 

Get sponsorship from diary companies, annual awards for best diaries etc.

 

 

Yep great idea that is pretty much where I think I will head. Trying to do anything else with out a huge amount of money to throw at it...... 

 

I was thinking about not only present diary stuff but also "retro" fountain pens and parchment books etc etc see what about 





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  #1867382 16-Sep-2017 18:40
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Is that something like Medium.com?


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