Companies and their career accounts should be followed.
Find new individuals and brands to follow by searching for related hashtags.
Find and follow other accounts that are relevant to your job goals.
People who work for the companies you're interested in should be followed.
"If you truly want to make Instagram your career, you must treat it as if it were already your full-time job—posting on a regular basis, networking with brands, and connecting with your audience." That, I believe, is the distinction between those who succeed and those who fail."
Even with only a few hundred thousand followers, some influencers have been able to make six-figure incomes. Instagram is a terrific place to start if you want to follow in their footsteps. In fact, many who are already using the platform to monetize their influence vouch for it.
Most micro-influencers with 5-10k followers earn $6,531 per post on average. Creators with 50,000 to 80,000 followers often charge roughly $14,843 every post, while those with 250,000 to 500,000 followers typically charge over $49,000 per post.