How to find, enter and win Instagram competitions

Are you comping on Instagram yet? The app is a fun way to connect with family and friends and of course, to follow brands and find fun competitions. Designed initially as a simple app for sharing square photos, Instagram is constantly adding new functions like live videos, Instagram stories and IGTV. There’s no wonder it’s quickly gaining popularity, particularly amongst fashion, beauty and food brands!

In collaboration with Compers News magazine, I’ve created two video tutorials – plus a FREE e-book guide – which will help you to find, enter and win competitions on Instagram.

Instagram guide for beginners

Watch my beginners guide to Instagram, with guidance on: joining Instagram, creating your profile page, hashtags, uploading content, using searches, DMs and creating stories. Even if you already use Instagram, you’ll still find some helpful tips!

How to find, enter and win competitions on Instagram

My second video guide shows how to enter competitions on Instagram, how to regram and share posts to your story, and features comping tips and shortcuts.

Note that both videos are recorded on my iPhone 7 – and may differ from what you see on your own device!

Click below to download the 24 page e-book A comper’s guide to Instagram: How to find, enter and win Instagram competitions’ as a PDF file

Watch the videos, read the ebook – and hopefully you’ll have lots of ideas to get winning on Instagram!

If you found this post useful, you might also enjoy my other PDF guides and videos:

Any questions about comping on Instagram? Leave a comment below – and don’t forget to follow me at @superluckydi!

2 Responses

  1. Di,
    I have had a couple of wins on instagram recently but prior to that wasn’t winning at all. This seemed to follow the “tag a friend” or “tag as many friends as you can” scenario. If the instructions say “tag a friend” I do but notice that some people tag more than one friend. Will this give them an unfair advantage or will they be disqualified? I usually avoid the comps that require you to tag as many friends as possible as some entrants have 20-30 entries. What’s your opinion of these types of comp? Personally I don’t like them.
    Thanks Di

    • Di says:

      I don’t like them at all Barbara – I think they encourage people to spam with comments, and it can be annoying for the people tagged. It also puts those who don’t have a lot of Instagram friends at a disadvantage! I recently ran a comp where I asked people to leave a comment tagging one friend – I used getcombot.com to choose winners, and with that you can choose to only include one comment from each person in the draw (so anyone who left more than one comment, or any comments that tagged more than one friend weren’t counted). I think that’s better!

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