Conviva Acquired Delmondo in November of 2018 and has become Conviva Social Insights.
2) Split Screen Voting
3) Use Color Matching
“My advice for anyone trying to blend or hide art in their stories is to plan out their shot, shoot the video so the start and end have similar lighting. This will help ensure all of the time-consuming color matching looks consistent throughout the shot.Another tip is to avoid using solid black or white when drawing in Instagram Stories. Black and white aren’t often found in the real world, thus when used they sometimes spoil the aesthetic. So, If you need a bright or dark color, try color matching the dark and light colors from your original video rather than using the swatches. “
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4) Get Creative With Your IG Fonts
“For us, curation is everything. IGS in our opinion is a platform that gives the user an intimate experience with the ROS on fight night. Our UFC shows are run tight – timing is everything. From athlete arrivals, to preparation in the locker, to the walkout and eventual walk back, we have people set up in positions to capture content at the right time. To add even more pop to the :10-:15 second piece of content, we use IGS Fonts to give context in an aesthetically pleasing way – whether it’s with a specific athlete, the city or venue we’re in, etc. Mix & Match your fonts, play with shadowing effects and color schemes – anything that’s going to reflect the piece you’re portraying.”
It’s easy to get lazy, add text to a picture and not look back. However, if you spend a few extra moments to think about how the text can tell its own story, like in the images below, you’ll find your images become instantly more shareable and begging for a screenshot.
5) Get Tapping
6) Hide Links In Your Stories
This same trick also works when adding IG Posts to your Instagram Story.