When it comes to being consistent, content plays a really big role because without content, you cannot be consistent at posting. It is quite difficult to come up with consistent aesthetically pleasing content but it gets better if you follow the tips I am sharing in this post.
The good thing is that you don’t have to create all the content you post on any of your platforms unless it’s purely out of preference. There are rules, spoken and unspoken that you will need to adhere to if you use images that you did not produce.
These are good quality images available for free use online. If you don’t have the right equipment to produce high quality content yet, these images will make your content pop while you work towards getting the equipment you want. I have previously used Unsplash for my blog content and I am constantly putting together some fashion and beauty content together on Pinterest. Have a look here and you will probably like some of them.
There are a lot of other people who create really good quality content on Instagram and there is no rule against re-posting their work as long as you tag and give them credit for their work otherwise its plagiarism if you re-post other people’s work as if it’s your original work.
While the first two option are basically re-posting content that other people created, the bulk of your posts should be made up of organic posts that you create on your own. Personally. all the pictures I share on my Instagram are pictures that I have created on my own or with the help of a photographer. Creating your own content stretches your imagination and creativity and it also gives your audience the chance to see exactly what kind of creator you are.