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12 Ways To Build Your Organizing Business On Instagram

12 Ways To Build Your Organizing Business On Instagram

The goal of Instagram as a professional organizer is to gain more clients and earn more money. But how can you build your organizing business on Instagram?

I am breaking down 12 ways to build your organizing business on Instagram without overthinking.

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#1: Make Reels

I know this one is obvious. Since that is the direction Instagram wanted to go. They want to compete with apps like TikTok. So what you need to do is create Reels.

Now not everyone loves putting their face on camera. I get it! So I have a few ideas to help you. Just download my freebie below!

#2: Create Guides

Guides is probably one of the most underrated features of Instagram. It is basically a mini blog to share your experise.

Create a guide on client projects, specific rooms/spaces, and your reels!

#3: Stories

Yup, stories aren’t going anywhere. So what you can do is start sharing more! Again you can do before and after where you aren’t showing your face. You are walking the follower through your process of organizing. Share other people’s content via stories as well.

#4: Go Live To Build Organizing Business

Another thing to do is to go Live on your Instagram account. During your lives you could chat about organizing. Ask your audience questions. Walk through an organizing tutorial. Or partner up with another organizer!

I know going live can seem scary. But try it at least 3 times. If you don’t like it, at least you tried! I always have a few talking points so I have a plan. That way you don’t feel frazzled when you are live.

#5: Keep Posting Photos

So the photos aren’t going away. And I think a lot of people forget that. Instagram’s goal is to be a video platform but they aren’t going to ding you for sharing photos. So keep posting! Your audience can still search for you to see your feed. Instagram just said they aren’t going to be promoting the feed posts. But they are still going to be there!

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#6: Create A Shop Page

Since Instagram wants to be “shoppable”, it may benefit you to join affiliate programs. Then you can create a store via your Facebook page. Once you do that, you can create shoppable images on your feed. 

I found this article really helpful in setting up a shop page.

#7: Use Other Social Media Apps

Now I am sure you are asking yourself why this is on the list to build your organizing business on Instagram, but hear me out. 

You can use other social media apps for sharing your Instagram content. Are you resharing your Instagram post to Facebook? Are you pinning those posts to Pinterest? What about TikTok? YouTube? 

Since there are so many other social media apps out there, why not try sharing your content from Instagram to those other platforms. You may find your ideal client is hanging out somewhere other than Instagram!

#8: Build A Network Of Organizing Experts

When I first started my organizing business, I didn’t seek out finding organizing friends. Instead I just did the work. I quickly learned that you need a network of people to help you when things get challenging. When clients’ expectations aren’t what you expected. And just someone else who understands what it is like doing what we do.

So reach out to other organizers. It is easy to find the on Instagram. Message them. Comment on their stuff. Try to do a collaboration with them. Maybe do a live where you both talk about organizing!

#9: Be An Organizing Educator

Instagram is focusing on messaging, and that usually means they want education. So when you post, think about how you can educate your audience on topics you are an expert in. 

Love pantry organizing, give a tip to help your followers. 

Playrooms are your jam? Share ways to teach kids how to organize.

Remember that you are the expert, so you can share tips with every post!

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#10: Creator Account

From what I know, switching your account from a business account to a creator account means you get better music choices for your Reels. But it also means that making your page shoppable is out of the question. Also most scheduling apps need your account to be a business account. 

So what should you do?

Well this is a decision you have to make. For me, I like the music I get with the creators account. That means I can use the music in my reels so I don’t have to talk in each of them. And since Instagram is focusing on creators, there could be a boost for anyone with a creator account. Only time will tell with this one.

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#12: Don’t Take Marketing Too Seriously

This is my biggest piece of advice to you. Don’t take your marketing efforts too seriously. Because social media apps change constantly. There is no need to be frustrated. Things always change. 

Instead, focus on writing to your ideal client. Find that one person you can help. When you create marketing material for that one person, the rest will find you. 

So showcase your personality. That way the clients know who they will be meeting when you walk into their homes. No surprises!

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