The photo- and video-sharing platform leads the relative growth race within most team accounts. Just take a peek at any of the examples below to see how well the simple filter-savvy application performs against the juggernauts of Twitter and Facebook. Although Twitter has added only around 38 million users since March, Instagram piled on 100 million new users within the same amount of time. That’s an increase of 50% within a three-quarter period. Not to mention the fact that in little over a year — since September 2013 — they’ve doubled their total active users.
|Miami Heat: Relative Growth of Social Channels|
|Chelsea: Relative Growth of Social Channels|
|Vancouver Canucks: Relative Growth of Social Channels|
The data we’ve collected over the last several months delineates Instagram’s rise to its current level. We might even be able to say that we knew this was coming. Because when you bend over sheets of numbers as much as we do, data starts to show you the future. Based on its current rate (and our business model) we know the visual-sharing platform will expand further. If you join us at Blinkfire Analytics today, you will be able to harness insights to improve your team’s social media strategy and profitability on the visual web (maybe even predict the future, too).