9 Tips to Becoming an Avid Bookstagrammer

Starting an instagram account to show off your hobbies is a great way to feel social and connected and also creative! Here’s 9 beginner tips to starting out as a bookstagrammer!

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If you’re a book lover, chances are you’ve heard of Bookstagram. Bookstagram is a social media platform for book lovers to share their favorite books and reading-related content with fellow enthusiasts. But, to be a successful Bookstagrammer, you need to know the tricks of the trade! Here’s how to become an avid Bookstagrammer in 10 easy steps.

Join Bookstagram

If you’re not already on Bookstagram, it’s time to join. You can find Bookstagram by searching “bookstagram” on Instagram.

Create Your Profile

First, go to the Bookstagram website and create your profile. Make sure to include a description of who you are and what your interests are, as well as a few photos of yourself reading or posing with books.

Follow other Bookstagrammers

If you want to become an avid Bookstagrammer, the most important thing you can do is follow other Bookstagrammers. This allows you to see what other people post and how they’re taking pictures. As a result, it will be easier for you to post your content and get your followers. Spend some time interacting and engaging with their posts, and follow similar accounts that are also interacting with them. Don’t be afraid to comment and DM! At the end of the day, social media is meant to be social!

Upload your Books

The most crucial step to becoming a successful Bookstagrammer is uploading your books. You can do this in many ways, but the most popular way is by taking a picture of one or more books on your desk with a white background. It’s best to take photos of books you own because it will make your account seem more personal. Another way to upload your books is by taking pictures in front of shelves full of books. Be sure to take excellent, clear photographs and use appropriate hashtags like #bibliophile, #bookshelfie, or #girlybooks so people can find them easily.

The Art of the Photo 

The perfect Bookstagram involves a well-thought-out plan. The first step is to make sure you have the ideal backdrop for your Instagram, which means you need to be creative with where you take your pictures. Staging your shot in a unique location like the beach or even in your Land Rover can make your photos more exciting and make them stand out from others on the platform.

Get creative with your captions 

When you post your favorite books on social media, make sure to use captions that are creative and personal. This will help you connect with other Bookstagrammers who will enjoy your posts.

Use Text-Only Posts 

One of the most critical steps in becoming a Bookstagrammer is to make text-only posts. These posts should be dedicated to the books you’re reading, the books you’re currently waiting for, or a book you’ve recently read and loved. This is a great way to share your love of reading with others.

Store your data:

Storing your reviews on a spreadsheet or a Flash Drive can help you organize your thoughts and also keep track of the books you’ve read. This can be especially useful if you ever plan to reach out to publishers for review requests. It’s also a good idea to store questions, blog ideas, and feedback from readers so that it’s all in one place when you need it. Keeping track of your data can help you become a more organized and efficient bookstagrammer.

Find Your Unique Style and Voice for Captions

There are all sorts of ways to post on Bookstagram, and it’s essential to find your unique style and voice for captions. Whether you’re posting a photo of your favorite book or sharing an inspiring quote, you should always have a captivating caption that goes along with it.

Use Hashtags to Expand Your Reach

Hashtags are a great way to expand your reach on bookstagram, especially if you’re new to the platform. They are a simple way to share your content with other bookstagrammers. If you use the hashtag #bookstagram and then the book’s name, the post will pop up in other people’s feeds who follow that hashtag. For example, if I wanted my photo of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho to show up in one of your feeds, I would tag it with #bookstagram, #TheAlchemist, #ReadMoreBooks, and more! 

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