Instagram has the potential to expand awareness of your brand—but it also has the potential to cost a lot of money.
The good news is that it doesn't have to do the latter to achieve the former.
And, no, you don't need to fork out half a million dollars to secure a celebrity endorsement. The infographic explains that advocates and other smaller influencers offer big opportunities for brands to reach target audiences, and they cost a lot less than the bigger influencers and celebrities.
In fact, the average cost of a sponsored post is just $300, according to the graphic.
Check it out to see if snapping pics, hashtagging, and partnering with influencers is a good match to expand your brand's reach.
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