Bendet manages the page herself, and uses the platform to share inspiration, behind-the-scenes peeks, and previews with her over 385,000 followers. By posting frequently Bendet has shared over 3,900 images and videos thus far the brand keeps the page fresh. Videos like this encourage comments, giving Alice + Olivia feedback about the brand. And Bendet doesnt just toss up content and walk away; when you visit the Instagram account, youll see that Bendet has responded to many followers comments, providing more details about outfits and where to buy them. By posting answers to customer questions through the platform, Bendet shows that shes as engaged on the platform as her fans are. Shes not just selling clothes shes creating a community. #7 Be Ready to Seize the Moment Fortune, as Louis Pasteur once said, favors the prepared mind. On social media, it pays to be nimble.
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How Facebook Moved 20 Billion Instagram Photos Without You Noticing | Enterprise | WIRED
Suburban kids feed into it more than city kids. Susan Kramer, 55, of Brooklyn Heights said: Its more negative role models for my kids. As a culture, I guess we get the social media we deserve. Kylie Jenners Instagram bikini shot was super sexy, and not something that many people would want their pre-teens and teens aspiring to. The fact that Kylie might have edited the photo is even worse, because it suggests that having the perfect body is more important than anything else. Despite the fact that posting such pictures is a call for attention (selfies are no different, however), editing photos to make them look flawless can send a bad message to society. Despite Kylie being ripped for her apparent Photoshop, editing pictures before posting them online is something that plenty of celebrities have been accused of doing. The most notable, ironically, is Kylies older sister, Kim Kardashian. Kim has been slammed for editing her own pictures plenty of times. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Kate Upton was recently under fire for pictures where her armpit was Photoshopped out. The picture was dubbed one of the worst Photoshop jobs of all time.
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And then moved it again. Ariel Zambelich/WIRED Your Instagram photos arent where they used to be. This spring, even as some 200 million people were using Instagram on their smartphones, a small team of engineers moved the photo sharing service from Amazons cloud computing servicewhere it was built in 2010into a data center operated by Facebook, which bought Instagram in 2012. The users are still in the same car they were in at the beginning of the journey, says Instagram founder Mike Krieger, but weve swapped out every single part without them noticing. Facebook calls it the Instagration, and it was an unprecedented undertaking for Mark Zuckerberg and company. Facebook has moved other acquired properties like FriendFeed into its data centers, but typically, they were small projects that involved shutting a service down before moving it into the Facebook universe. The Instagram switch was the live migration of an enormousand enormously popularoperation. The service couldnt take any disruption, says Facebook engineer George Cabrera. Facebook wont say how many virtual machines were needed to run Instagram on Amazon, but it was in the thousands. And the service now stores over 20 billion digitals photos. The users are still in the same car they were in at the beginning of the journey, but weve swapped out every single part without them noticing. For Instagram, the move was a way of more effectively plugging into a wide range of computing tools that have long helped drive Facebooks vast online empire.
Original article here: http://www.wired.com/2014/06/facebook-instagram/