Instagram Story Ads
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*Disclaimer: This infographic was created back when Creatopy was named Bannersnack.

Instagram is huge. This is not a simple theory that we made up, it’s a fact. With more than 400 million users (75% are outside of U.S.) that are sharing over 80 million photos per day, Instagram is undeniable a big community. 

Since it started rolling the Instagram Sponsored Ads all over the world, brands and advertisers are looking to connect and engage with their audience through Instagram.

According to Digiday

…eMarketer predicted Instagram’s global mobile ad revenues to reach $2.8 billion by 2017. This year alone, Instagram is expected to rack up $595 million in mobile ad revenue globally.This rapid growth can be attributed to high demand for Instagram’s new ad products, including a full slate of Facebook’s targeting tools. So expect to find even more brands on the platform.

Regardless of the ads format, (banner ads, Facebook ads, native ads or Instagram ads) there should always be a crucial element that defines them – Creativity.

In order for you to understand how to create an awesome Instagram ad, you must see it through a designer’s and advertiser’s perspective. This is the reason why we, the Creatopy team, created an awesome infographic that will show you almost everything you need to know about creating Instagram ads.

Click on the image below to see a larger view:


The Anatomy Of An Awesome Instagram Ad


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Robert Katai
Robert Katai is the Product Marketing Specialist at Creatopy. His work was featured on Adweek, Entrepreneur, Marketing Profs, Content Marketing Institute and other places.

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